ACORE submitted comments in response to proposed regulations for the Clean Hydrogen Production Credit under section 45V of the Internal Revenue Code.
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.
Renewable energy certificates (RECs) are a fundamental component underlying the operation of the U.S. clean energy market.
ACORE’s comments on the proposed Regulatory Capital Rule: Large Banking Organizations and Banking Organizations With Significant Trading Activity.
Tax equity is a critical financing source for clean energy projects. Many forecasters estimate that it will need to increase to over $50 billion.
Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) are market accounting mechanisms used to substantiate claims of renewable electricity use.
On behalf of the undersigned organizations, we are writing to express our profound concerns about proposed bank regulatory capital requirements that threaten to derail the clean energy transition.
Celebrating the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)’s anniversary, we reflect on the law’s transformative benefits and ACORE’s role in its enactment.
ACORE’s comments to the Treasury and IRS on the proposed regulations for the IRA’s direct pay and transferability provisions.