Event 13 Dec. 2022

Charlie Howland Joins Biden Administration Officials to Speak to the EPA Alumnae Association about the Role of Private Capital in Implementing the Renewable Energy Provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act

On December 6, 2022 Curtis Partner and Environmental Chair Charlie Howland spoke to the EPA Alumnae Association about some of the tax and other financial incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act that will support renewable energy projects. Mr. Howland joined Brenda Mallory, chairman of the President’s Council on Environmental Quality, and Jennifer Macedonia, Associate Deputy Assistant Administrator at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, to address the audience, which was comprised of current and former EPA employees. Mr. Howland focused on the IRA’s tax incentives for hydrogen projects (green and blue), and projects built on environmentally impaired lands (“brownfields”). More information about the presentation will be available here.

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