How the Commerce Inquiry and Other Headwinds Have Undermined High Expectations for Renewable Energy Finance

June 7, 2022 How the Commerce Inquiry and Other Headwinds Have Undermined High Expectations for Renewable Energy Finance ACORE Releases New Survey of Leading Financial Institutions and Developers and $1T 2030 Campaign Progress Report NEW YORK, NY – Despite growing momentum for the energy transition, several headwinds have emerged that could impede the rate of…

ACORE Calls on Commerce to End Circumvention Inquiry Based on Misinterpreted Research

May 18, 2022 ACORE Calls on Commerce to End Circumvention Inquiry Based on Misinterpreted Research WASHINGTON, D.C. – In light of recent revelations that prove the Auxin Solar petition that began the Commerce Department’s tariff inquiry was predicated on a misinterpretation of data from BloombergNEF, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is calling on…

ACORE to Sec. Raimondo: Conclude the Inquiry Promptly With a Final Negative Determination

May 5, 2022 ACORE to Sec. Raimondo: Conclude the Inquiry Promptly With a Final Negative Determination WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) formally submitted comments today expressing multiple concerns with the Department of Commerce’s initiation of a circumvention inquiry on solar imports. “As a result of the immense cost uncertainty unleashed…

Letter from 20+ Senators Urging President Biden Make an Expedited Preliminary Determination in Commerce Inquiry

May 2, 2022 Letter from 20+ Senators Urging President Biden Make an Expedited Preliminary Determination in Commerce Inquiry Statement from Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE): “We applaud the 22 senators on this letter for speaking out on behalf of the American solar industry and everyone impacted by…

Anonymous Solar Tariff Petitioners Fail to Reveal Identities by Department of Commerce Deadline

November 13, 2021 Anonymous Solar Tariff Petitioners Fail to Reveal Identities by Department of Commerce Deadline Statement From Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy: “Secretary Raimondo gave the petitioning solar manufacturers an additional two days to reveal their identities this week and they tellingly declined, justifying the Department of…