US DOE – Reaching for the Solar Future: How the Inflation Reduction Act Impacts Solar Deployment and Expands Manufacturing
Recent policy changes in the Inflation Reduction Act have created and updated incentives for solar deployment and domestic solar manufacturing. These changes, along with other enacted policies and past actions, can reduce carbon emissions to 40% below 2005 levels by 2030, equivalent to the combined annual emissions of every home in the United States. Join the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) experts as they discuss how these changes impact the future of solar deployment, manufacturing, innovation, and more.
The webinar will also discuss the IRA’s broader implications for SETO’s Solar Futures Study analysis, which modeled the deployment of solar necessary for a decarbonized grid by 2035.