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Utility Dive: House Committee to Vote on Expanded EV and Clean Energy Tax Credits, Including Storage, Hydrogen

Posted by Jason Plautz on Sep 14, 2021

Utility Dive quoted AEE's Leah Rubin Shen on aspects of the House reconciliation bill. Read snippets below and the full article here.

The House Ways and Means Committee will meet Tuesday to vote on tax incentives for clean energy and electric vehicles as part of the committee’s portion of the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation spending plan. 

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Canary Media: The House’s Big Budget Reconciliation Bill Would Be A Bonanza For Clean Energy

Posted by Jeff St. John on Sep 12, 2021

Canary Media outlined tax credits and direct pay for clean energy, storage, and transmission in the House reconciliation bill, quoting AEE's Jeff Dennis on ITC details. Read snippets below and the full story here.

Tax credits and direct-pay provisions for a panoply of clean energy and carbon-reduction technologies. Incentives to expand and strengthen the nation’s power grids, encourage adoption of electric vehicles and electrify buildings. And a program to push U.S. utilities to make use of these technologies to reach an 80 percent carbon-free electricity supply by 2030.

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Indiana Energy Crossroads Podcast

Posted by Kacey Crane and Jonathan Kopp on Sep 7, 2021

The Indiana Energy Crossroads Podcast discussed AEE's Indiana jobs factsheet with Caryl Auslander. 

Indiana Energy Crossroads launched its third season with guest Caryl Auslander to unveil the state's exciting new jobs numbers and discuss the impact of advanced energy on the Indiana economy.

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E&E News: Ariz. Study Renews Debate Over 100% Clean Electricity

Posted by Edward Klump on Aug 23, 2021

E&E News covered a study on clean energy out of Arizona, citing AEE's Shelby Stults on a cost-effective energy transition. Read the full story here.

A new report on the costs of possible clean energy mandates has reignited a skirmish over how fast — and at what price — major Arizona utilities should slash carbon emissions from the electricity sector.

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Renewable Energy World: The Latest on SEEM, FERC, and the Impact on Renewable Energy

Posted by John Engel on Aug 20, 2021

Renewable Energy World spoke to AEE's Jeff Dennis on SEEM, FERC, and the coalition's potential impact on renewables. View the segment here.

The coalition of Southern utilities petitioning to form a new market exchange has responded to a second deficiency letter from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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KJZZ: Arizona Sees Increased Push For Adoption Of Electric Vehicles

Posted by Mark Brodie on Aug 19, 2021

KJZZ spoke to AEE's Shelby Stults on EV adoption across Arizona. Listen to the segment here.

A group of Arizona business and political leaders is calling on the federal government to make a “bold investment” in clean transportation, including electric vehicles, also known as EVs.

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Phoenix Business Journal: Gallego, Business Leaders Call on Congress to Make 'Bold Investments' in Electric Vehicles

Posted by Andy Blye on Aug 17, 2021

Phoenix Business Journal detailed Arizona's efforts to increase spending for electric vehicles, citing AEE's Shelby Stults on EV job growth. Read snippets below and the full story here

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, as well as a chorus of Arizona business leaders, called on the federal government to increase spending for electric vehicles, including a boost in tax incentives which would make EVs more affordable.

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RTO Insider: Studies Present Case for Domestic Cleantech Boosting US Economy

Posted by John Funk on Aug 11, 2021

RTO Insider summarized AEE's "Made in America" webinar, outlining domestic supply chain opportunities in the advanced energy sector. Read snippets below and the full story here.

The “Made in America” stamp that once appeared on myriad industrial and consumer products could resurrect the U.S. manufacturing economy if it accompanies the shift toward renewable energy and electrification, two new studies conclude.

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Washington Examiner: Biden Has Automakers on Board With Electric Vehicle Goals, But Will Need Buyers

Posted by Josh Siegel on Aug 5, 2021

Washington Examiner detailed the Biden administration's EV sales goals, quoting AEE's Ryan Gallentine on the voluntary targets. Read snippets below and the full story here.

President Joe Biden’s new target for 50% electric vehicle sales follows the direction automakers were already going on their own, but it will likely push them farther and faster.

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Pinal Central (Opinion): Advanced Energy and Electric Vehicles Can Turbocharge Arizona’s Economy in the 2020s

Posted by Shelby Stults on Aug 3, 2021

Pinal Central featured Shelby Stults' op-ed outlining how an investment in advanced energy technology could spur dramatic improvements to Arizona’s employment picture. Read snippets below and the full article here.

Arizona lost 331,000 jobs in the COVID-19 recession, but as of this month, we have gained most of those jobs back. However, Arizona is not out of the desert yet. The state is still down tens of thousands of jobs since last year, and with a median income for individuals hovering around $30,000 per year, there is a persistent need for better-paying jobs that can support families.

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