Renewable energy investors unanimously deem U.S. market attractive

In a survey, 100% of investors and developers see increasing investment opportunity in the U.S. renewable energy market when compared to other major countries.

The United States is now deemed most attractive for renewable energy investors worldwide, following landmark funding in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and high demand for economy-wide decarbonization. 

A survey by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) found that 100% of its respondents perceive the U.S. market to be increasing in attractiveness relative to other major countries in renewable energy investment.

The response, made by executives from 43 leading companies with $100 million in annual revenues or investments, is the first time in the ACORE survey’s history that the United States has unanimously been perceived to be increasing in relative attractiveness to other nations. 

“The IRA is going to… make markets that have not historically been available, available,” said a surveyed investor. Read More 

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Ryan Kennedy