In 2023, ACORE set organizational records and welcomed Ray Long to the helm.
ACORE submitted comments in response to proposed regulations for the Clean Hydrogen Production Credit under section 45V of the Internal Revenue Code.
ACORE submitted a statement of support for the DOE to designate as a NIETC the geographic areas encompassing ISO-NE, NYISO, PJM, and the Carolinas.
Treasury and the IRS issued a highly anticipated notice of proposed rulemaking on the Section 45V Clean Hydrogen Production Tax Credit.
The Treasury Department’s continued issuance of timely guidance on the Section 48 ITC is fundamental to maximizing the IRA’s success.
ACORE submitted comments on the DOE’s proposed amendments to its NEPA implementing procedures.
Renewable energy certificates (RECs) are a fundamental component underlying the operation of the U.S. clean energy market.
The U.S. energy storage market is prepared to skyrocket, with cumulative capacity projected to increase by more than tenfold by the end of 2030.
This ACORE fact sheet details relevant areas of the guidance, which the Treasury Department will seek to finalize by fall 2024.
What should the Commission’s top reliability priorities be for the next one to three years? Learn more in ACORE’s comments to FERC.