Will Atcheson, ESG and Sustainable Finance Strategist; Sam Burwell, CFA, US Energy Analyst; and Dushyant Ailani, CFA, US Biofuels, Refiners, and E&P Analyst, are continuing the Jefferies IRA series with a focus on the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), and project financing around fuels. We will discuss trends in fund outflows, what corporates are doing today to leverage the policies, the key outstanding questions and catalysts, where could there be potential vast improvements in economics, and what should we be watching for? To answer these questions and more, we are joined by Mark J Riedy, Partner and Head of Energy; Lynn Fowler, Tax Law Partner; and Stephen Anstey, Senior Associate, all of Kilpatrick Townsend for a discussion on Biofuels, RNG, SAF, Hydrogen, and CCUS.
- Where are we on IIJA and IRA in terms of distributing funds?
- How are corporates leveraging federal funds and tax strategies today? How will they?
- Where could assistances be stacked?
- What are the next concrete steps to watch for?
- Discussions around state LCFS programs (California, Washington, New York)
Replay details to be shared post-call. Please inquire if interested.
Thursday, March 30, 2023
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