Is US Climate Spending Too Big for Europe?

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  • The domestic content requirements of Washington’s massive climate and energy spending package are troubling major trading partners, including the EU.

  • The EU is worried about losing out on investment in a clean technology industrial base — and locking in higher energy prices going forward.

  • Washington is showing some flexibility in meeting those concerns, particularly when it comes to electric vehicles (EVs), but politics at home limit its room for maneuver.

The Issue

Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy, Resource Access, Electric Vehicles
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