The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is a reconciliation bill that unlocks $370 billion in climate and energy investment in the United States, supporting a diversity of technologies and solutions.
It is a historical win for mature clean energy technologies like solar PV, wind, and battery energy storage, but also for emerging technologies like carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen.
The IRA dramatically improves clean technology project economics and reduces uncertainty around projects pre-2030, triggering a major upward review of the installation outlook across various industries.
In this webinar, S&P Global Commodity Insights experts will discuss IRA implications on clean energy outlook scenarios and the acceleration on the installation forecast for the decade. This webinar will also discuss the new and long-awaited manufacturing incentives included in the bill and its effectiveness in boosting energy security, creating local jobs, and reducing supply chain bottlenecks that could put at risk decarbonization targets in the United States.
Some of the questions covered will be:
- Which business models become more viable after the passing of the IRA?
- How much incremental demand will be created by the stand-alone energy storage ITC?
- Will the supply-chain be ready to supply the upward review of the cleantech installation outlook?
- Will the incentives be enough to trigger a massive increase in CCUS project announcements and for which sectors?
Date: Tuesday, 25 October 2022
Time: 4:00 PM BST
9:00 AM | Calgary
10:00 AM | Houston
11:00 AM | New York
4:00 PM | London
7:00 PM | Dubai
Duration: 45 minutes (including Q&A)
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