Tuesday Webinar: EnergySage, Schneider Electric experts highlight how to utilize IRA funding for projects

Sept. 26, 2022
Those advocating for a lower carbon energy portfolio nationwide are excited, and even those uncertain are aware of the opportunities involved. What's needed are steady, expert voices to help explain and navigate the way forward

The $369 billion allocated for clean energy projects by the recently signed Inflation Reduction Act should provide a massive shot of fiscal adrenaline for those developers planning microgrid, community renewables, energy efficiency and EV infrastructure projects throughout the United States. 

However, each of those states have 50-plus regulatory overlays and levels of understanding on how to access and activiate this federal funding to spark C&I energy transition projects there. So many choices to be made and complexities to unwind, from tax credit provisions to incentives for building efficiency, formula and competitive grants. 

Those advocating for a lower carbon energy portfolio nationwide are excited, and even those uncertain are aware of the opportunities involved. What's needed are steady, expert voices to help explain and navigate the way forward to create successful renewable, building electrification, efficiency and e-mobility projects.

"Now is the Moment: New Government Support for Climate Projects," an EnergyTech webinar happening Tuesday at 11 a.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Central), will feature EnergySage CEO Vikram Aggarwal and Erica Barker, Schneider Electric's government relations manager, discussing ways to scale up efforts turning dream projects into reality on the clean energy front. They will unravel layers of regulatory uncertainities and offer forecasts on how energy markets are impacted and directing resources forward.

The EnergyTech webinar is sponsored by Schneider Electric. Click here to register.

This webinar is for energy providers, utilities, asset owners, local government, facility managers, fleet managers and corporate sustainability leaders who want to scale their zero-emission efforts by leveraging government programs.