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ACORE Hosts 2022 Finance Forum in New York

By: Maheen Ahmad, Dylan Helms, Louise Foster, Daniel Wolf June 23, 2022   Senior executives from financial institutions, renewable energy companies, corporate off-takers, electric utilities and others gathered in New York City on June 7-8 to discuss the latest trends in financing the renewable energy sector at the ACORE Finance Forum. The event commenced with…

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ACORE Hosts 2022 Finance Forum in New York

By: Maheen Ahmad, Dylan Helms, Louise Foster, Daniel Wolf June 23, 2022   Senior executives from financial institutions, renewable energy companies, corporate off-takers, electric utilities and others gathered in New York City on June 7-8 to discuss the latest trends in financing the renewable energy sector at the ACORE Finance Forum. The event commenced with…

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ACORE Hosts 2022 Finance Forum in New York

By: Maheen Ahmad, Dylan Helms, Louise Foster, Daniel Wolf June 23, 2022   Senior executives from financial institutions, renewable energy companies, corporate off-takers, electric utilities and others gathered in New York City on June 7-8 to discuss the latest trends in financing the renewable energy sector at the ACORE Finance Forum. The event commenced with…

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High Expectations for Renewable Energy Finance Dampened by Commerce Inquiry and Other Headwinds

By Maheen Ahmad   Despite growing momentum for the energy transition, several headwinds have emerged that could impede the rate of renewable growth and sidetrack progress on climate targets. Industry perspectives on the state of renewable finance are presented in the fifth issue of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)’s annual Expectations for Renewable…

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High Expectations for Renewable Energy Finance Dampened by Commerce Inquiry and Other Headwinds

By: Maheen Ahmad June 15, 2022   Despite growing momentum for the energy transition, several headwinds have emerged that could impede the rate of renewable growth and sidetrack progress on climate targets. Industry perspectives on the state of renewable finance are presented in the fifth issue of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)’s annual…

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This Earth Day, ACORE is Urging the Biden Administration’s Commerce Department to Correct Course so Climate Progress Can Continue

By Alex Hobson There has never been a more important time to rally in defense of our planet than now. The 52nd Earth Day comes mere weeks after a landmark report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change identified that “without immediate and deep emissions reductions across all sectors, limiting global warming to…

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ACORE Hosts 20th Anniversary Gala and Policy Forum in Washington, D.C.

By Maheen Ahmad, Elise Caplan, Blake McCarren, Constance Thompson, Daniel Wolf After two long years, ACORE returned to in-person events with its 20th Anniversary Gala, Accelerate Member Forum and ACORE Policy Forum at the height of cherry blossom season in the nation’s capital.     20th Anniversary Gala ACORE hosted a Gala on March 23…

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20 Years of Growing Clean Energy – And Just Getting Started

By Shannon Kellogg Amazon Web Services (AWS) is honored to help celebrate the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) as it recognizes its 20th anniversary this week. When ACORE was founded, the organization set out to bring together leading proponents from all sectors of the renewable energy sector to move renewable energy into the mainstream…

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African Americans’ Impact on the Renewable Energy Movement

By Constance Thompson February 25, 2022 One year and nine months ago, the public lynching of a black man, George Floyd, (re)ignited an unprecedented movement to intentionally dismantle a social construct in our country that many consider the “original sin” and haunts every aspect of citizens’ ability to truly experience liberty and justice for all. …

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African Americans’ Impact on the Renewable Energy Movement

By Constance Thompson February 25, 2022 One year and nine months ago, the public lynching of a black man, George Floyd, (re)ignited an unprecedented movement to intentionally dismantle a social construct in our country that many consider the “original sin” and haunts every aspect of citizens’ ability to truly experience liberty and justice for all. …

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