The US Inflation Reduction Act, which committed nearly $370 billion to clean energy incentives, aims to reduce renewable energy costs, lowering GHG emission footprints and accelerate the clean energy transition. Canada has unveiled an $80 billion investment plan to promote clean energy and sustainable infrastructure in response to the US Inflation Reduction Act. This investment plan includes $60 billion in clean energy tax credits and $20 billion in sustainable infrastructure investments.
Join this panel discussion for a macro-level comparison of key US and Canadian policy measures as we examine their implications for carbon capture, utilization and storage and hydrogen markets, and sectoral implications for NetZero aspiring organizations.
Lunch will be provided.