The Inflation Reduction Act, which passed this summer, includes $369 billion in climate and energy funding, much of it for high-tech solutions to help move the United States toward a greener future. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M) and Cathy Zoi, CEO of the electric charging company EVGo, join Washington Post Live to discuss how far the legislation goes in helping the country meet its carbon reduction goals and this month’s COP27 climate talks.
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How Technology and Policy are Driving our Clean Energy Future
In a segment presented by AWS, Shannon Kellogg, Vice President of Public Policy at AWS, will explore how AWS is playing a leading role in the clean energy transition and where technology can accelerate advances in green energy solutions.
Vice President of Public Policy, AWS