ACORE stands ready to support the Commission in its issuance of a strong final rule on regional transmission planning and cost allocation.
As the CEOs of the National Urban League (NUL) and the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), we are writing to express our appreciation for your commitment to an equitable energy transition and to a 21st-century grid that is reliable, aﬀordable, and sustainable.
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.
As leading renewable energy organizations, we are writing to voice our support for meaningful transmission permitting and siting reforms.
The Texas legislature is currently considering legislation that, if implemented, would create impediments to energy infrastructure development.
In this joint letter, we express our opposition to Senate Joint Resolution 15, which would overturn the Biden Administration’s solar tariff moratorium.
This multi-sector coalition letter was sent to Congress urging robust funding for high-capacity transmission deployment and research through DOE.
ACORE signed a joint letter calling on members of Congress to oppose H. J. Res. 39/S. J. Res. 15, which would impose retroactive solar tariffs.
ACORE and other organizations supported FERC’s transmission NOPR.
ACORE wrote a letter to U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on rescinding a solar circumvention inquiry.