US Clean Energy Spending: Growing Pains

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Tensions continue to roil with EU trading partners over the US’ Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) as Europe looks to wrangle its own rejoinder to the staggering US infusion of clean energy spending. But Washington finds itself grappling with domestic growing pains in standing up the new IRA and other clean energy-focused legislation. Political friction, staffing issues and uncertainty on permitting and transmission reform pose headaches as the administration of US President Joe Biden seeks to implement at least $369 billion in energy technology tax and other incentives.

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