Many have boiled down the seminal Inflation Reduction Act, and many are burrowing into it. To set boundaries and context beyond the timing of tax credits, consider an analogy to how another blockbuster set of policies altered one of the world's more emissions-intensive cities.
On August 4, the publication quoted an Arizona bigshot supporting the climate bill currently before the Senate as catalytic for utility profits. A day later, Arizona's senior senator announced her support for the bill.
This July 24 nugget from a states-focused site declares "the state and local climate candidate" ascendant, with implications for public and private financial growth. (By way of disclosure, CEFF's editor has led a volunteer workshop for some Climate Cabinet candidates, not including the one this story profiles.)
The United States' Bureau of Land Management, says this July 16 story, approved a transmission line between Arizona and southern California that should support delivery of more renewable energy to those overheated markets.
A bumper crop of climate pledges and plans land in your inbox, but how many make it to your term sheet? This investigation follows a few global finance pledges, setting them against capital needs and focusing on partnerships and local efforts as units of action.