Political Pressure Mounts as IRA Turns One

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  • The one-year anniversary of US President Joe Biden’s touchstone climate legislation — the Inflation Reduction Act — has triggered a frenzy of headlines about US clean energy spending.
  • Despite more than 70% of the clean energy dollars announced so far hitting Republican districts, the law is likely to become an even bigger political football as election rhetoric heats up.
  • With an election year looming, pressure is mounting for the administration to ensure the slew of project announcements come to fruition, although obstacles remain.

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Low-Carbon Policy, Elections, Policy and Regulation, Renewable Electricity , Electric Vehicles
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