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July 19, 2024

John Podesta

DOE
On the Road to NIETCs, DOE Issues Preliminary List of 10 Tx Corridors
DOE is looking to boost interregional transmission with its announcement of 10 proposed National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors, where projects could be eligible for a share of $2 billion in federal loans and special permitting under FERC’s backstop siting authority.
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Biden Admin. Releases Proposed Rules for Hydrogen Tax Credits
Hydrogen producers seeking tax credits will need to use new clean energy time-matched to demand, the Biden administration proposed.
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Overheard at Deploy23
Coming off the Earth’s hottest summer on record, the conference zeroed in on the public-private partnerships needed to optimize the impact of every penny of the billions in clean energy funding in the IIJA and IRA.
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DOE: Public-private Partnerships Key for Deploying Clean Tech at Scale
DOE gets business friendly. “The private sector has heard that DOE wants to hear their opinions and is willing to be responsive to what they have to say," said LPO Director Jigar Shah.
The White House
DOE: IRA, IIJA Could Add 475 GW of New Solar to US Grid by 2030
The combined impact of the Inflation Reduction Act and Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act could add up to 475 GW of new solar and 250 GW of new wind power, according to DOE.
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Podesta Lays Out Biden’s Priorities for ‘Permitting Reform’
Biden may not agree with all provisions in Sen. Manchin’s permitting bill, but he will support it to start negotiations in the Senate, a key adviser said.
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Podesta: US Automakers Will Scramble to Meet EV Tax Credit Provisions
The Biden administration will deliver long-awaited guidelines for the domestic content provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act’s electric vehicle tax credits.
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Overheard at CERAWeek 2023
The energy transition and the march of technology were key highlights of CERAWeek by S&P Global, which attracted a record 7,200 attendees.
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Democrats Make the Case for Updating Permitting Laws at ACORE
Democratic officials told ACORE that a package emerging from House Republicans is a poor start to addressing permitting concerns.
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Postal Service Goes Electric
Ending a battle with a Trump holdover, the Biden administration announced that the U.S. Postal Service will procure 66,000 battery electric vehicles.

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