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Cleantech Energized by Landmark US Incentives

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Generous clean-energy incentives passed within the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) this time last year have achieved largely what they aimed to do — energize investment into both emerging and established low-carbon sectors. The landmark law has triggered a noticeable uptick in US investments in everything from hydrogen to renewable power, to carbon capture and electric batteries, while influencing similar moves by other countries to keep their low-carbon sectors competitive.

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Low-Carbon Policy, Electric Vehicles, Hydrogen, Carbon Capture (CCS), Renewable Electricity , Policy and Regulation
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