The growing industry looks to the future on policies to unlock market expansion, aid in grid integration and continue to lower carbon emissions, via collaboration with Congress and the federal government
For Immediate Release – March 21, 2015
Washington, D.C. – The renewable energy industry came together last week to discuss energy, tax and climate policies at the annual National Renewable Energy Policy Forum, hosted by the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE). In the wake of a historic tax policy update in 2015, speakers and participants at the Forum predicted a bright future of economic growth, job creation and dramatically increasing renewable power generation.
“It was a hugely productive meeting that included comments from many of our most important champions. Throughout the history of this country, energy policy has always played a critical role in keeping America competitive and driving economic growth – and today is no different,” said Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of ACORE. “The transition to a low carbon economy will be accompanied by new jobs and tremendous economic opportunity.