Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) represents a watershed moment in United States climate policy. This edition of our series on the IRA features Cameron White, Head of Fundamental Research for our Global Credit and Fixed Income Teams, discussing implications for the energy and utilities sectors. He offers perspective on the potential impact that IRA incentives will have on renewable energy investment and production, emerging carbon capture technologies, battery storage buildout, and nuclear power subsidies.
By Erin Heide, Director of Responsible Investing and Cameron White, Head of Fundamental Research, Global Credit and Fixed Income Teams
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