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Inflation Reduction Act's Impact on the Solar Industry (Virtual Event)

  • February 16, 2023
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Zoom

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Overview

A discussion on the solar related provisions contained in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). More specifically, an overview of the Investment Tax Credit Provisions and the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund that will be administered by the EPA. Particular focus will be on how both US Treasury and the EPA have structured their rules for the various provisions contained in the IRA and how solar projects can take advantage of them.


Agenda

10:00 AM: Join & Welcome

10:05-10:45 AM: Speaker Presentation 

10:50-11:00 AM: Q&A


Platform

This event will take place virtually on Zoom. Online meeting credentials will be sent out prior to the event.


Registration Fees

This program is $20 for SEBANE members and $40 for non-members.  Event sponsorships are also available! Please email David Ehrlich, SEBANE Executive Director (executivedirector@sebane.org) for additional information.


NOTE:  IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBER PRICING, YOUR COMPANY DUES MUST BE CURRENT.  YOUR BUNDLE COORDINATOR (MAIN CONTACT) MAY REGISTER INDIVIDUALS FOR EVENTS AND/OR ADD BUNDLE MEMBERS (OTHER COMPANY EMPLOYEES) TO THEIR MEMBERSHIP BUNDLE SO THEY CAN REGISTER THEMSELVES.  CONTACT OPERATIONS@SEBANE.ORG IF YOU NEED HELP!


Featured Speaker

Mike Judge, Vice President for Policy, Coalition for Community Solar Access.


Mike Judge has served as the Vice President for Policy at the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA) since September 2021. In this capacity, Mike oversees CCSA’s Policy Team at the federal level and across more than 20 states. Prior to his time at CCSA, Mike spent 12 years in various roles in Massachusetts state government, including over two years as Director of Electric Power, Regional, and Federal Affairs at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) and four years as Director of the Renewable and Alternative Energy Division at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER). He is a graduate of UMass Amherst.

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