How will the federal Inflation Reduction Act advance decarbonization?
1. Drive more demand for electric vehicles, low-carbon materials/construction and clean technologies
2. Increase growth of renewable energy through extensions of tax credits and increases in funding
3. Spur innovation through research and development of clean technology and low-carbon materials
4. Create demand for low-carbon products in construction of federal buildings and transportation projects
Bob Moritz ’85, PwC global chair and member of the Oswego College Foundation Inc. Board of Directors, during his virtual presentation “Updates on the Current Business Environment” to students and other campus members.
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