IRA clean energy incentives could be ‘on the chopping block’ with Trump’s re-election -report

Published 01:22 on June 21, 2024  /  Last updated at 01:22 on June 21, 2024  / Justin Gerdes /  Americas, US

If US President Joe Biden is re-elected in November, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is “likely to remain intact”, while a return of former President Donald Trump to the White House “could put some, if not all, of the tax incentives for clean energy on the chopping block,” found a Bloomberg Intelligence report released Tuesday. 
If US President Joe Biden is re-elected in November, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is “likely to remain intact”, while a return of former President Donald Trump to the White House “could put some, if not all, of the tax incentives for clean energy on the chopping block,” found a Bloomberg Intelligence report released Tuesday. 


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