The U.S. Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)—also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)—and the Inflation Reduction Act include unprecedented funding for climate change, clean energy, and infrastructure systems.
This funding has the potential to help achieve ambitious goals established by federal agencies, state and local governments, utilities, private-sector companies, and other stakeholders.
Our 2,000 climate, energy, and environment experts offer their insights and analysis to help stakeholders maximize the impact of this new funding.
Where to put all those new clean energy projects?
Impact of IRA on utility clean energy costs
Selecting the right clean energy project sites can maximize IRA benefits
Federal agencies could transform the market for climate-friendly products. Here's how.
Battery energy storage and rolling blackouts in California
IRA impacts: How utilities can prepare
Solar economics: The PTC vs. ITC decision
What’s in the Inflation Reduction Act for utilities?
Why we care about hydrogen carbon intensity
Clean energy economic benefits in the new US climate law
Energy in 30: Breaking down the Inflation Reduction Act
How to make the most of the building electrification boom
5 actions utilities can take to build resilience
Bipartisan infrastructure bill: Funding update
Grant and rebate programs from federal infrastructure funding
Transportation funding: Climate conference takeaways
The impact of electric vehicles on climate change
What the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law means for transportation climate resilience
Preparing transportation departments for climate change
How much does electric vehicle charging infrastructure cost?
How nature-based infrastructure builds climate resiliency
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