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Inflation Reduction Act Passed! Also a 25% Discount for Student Members!

  • 1.  Inflation Reduction Act Passed! Also a 25% Discount for Student Members!

    Posted 08-08-2022 10:02 PM

    Climate Bill Passes Senate

    As of August 7th, 2022, the U.S. Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act, a bill that includes $369 billion in climate and energy provisions that will transform how Americans get their energy and shape the country's climate and emissions policies. The implications of this act, while have been reduced from the original amount of $500 Billion, are a great indicator the United States is on the correct track to developing the necessary infrastructure to make renewables such as Solar Technologies and other forms of renewable energies more viable in the coming decades. While trillions will be needed to fund projects to revamp the outdated grid infrastructure we currently utilize, the implementations of this bill are helping "break the ice" (or perhaps save it in this matter) for renewable energy adoption methods in business and government sectors across the nation.

    The full bill is provided in the following link for review (Energy begins on p. 247): ERN22335 (documentcloud.org)


    AND NOW IS THE TIME TO SPREAD THE HYPE ABOUT SOLAR! 

    Professors! Techers! Industry Specialists and Solar enthusiasts alike! Let your students, colleagues, neighbors, and friends know about the great savings we have for students interested in knowing more about solar technologies and networking with not only avid system owners, but industry professionals with active memberships with ASES!

    The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) is offering a 25% discount on Business, Professional, Student, and Life Memberships! Use the promo code: BACK2SCHOOL at check out by September 30. Come join, renew, or upgrade your ASES membership today!

     

    ASES' vision is a world equitably transformed to 100% renewable energy. Please see the following benefits of Business, Professional, Student, and Life Memberships:

     

    - Access to the ASES Online Community to connect, collaborate and engage with others

    - Printed and digital subscription to Solar Today magazine

    - Discount for attendance at the National Solar Conference

    - Use of the ASES logo

    - Access to join Clean Energy Credit Union, Technology Credit Union and Verity Credit Union

    - Ability to add a Local Chapter for an additional $30

    - Support ASES programs and events

    - Access to ASES Technical Divisions to connect with insightful experts and participate in online discussions

     

    ASES Business, Professional, Student, and Life memberships give you access to the ASES Technical Divisions. The Divisions bring together diverse members with similar interests in order to engage, educate, and grow the community through an exchange of information. The Divisions conduct outreach and ensure that ASES programs and publications are technically accurate. Join the discussion on the ASES Online Community!

    Please contact membership@ases.org if you have any questions, thank you!





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    Nathan Freeman
    Student
    American Solar Energy Society (ASES)
    Milford DE
    nfreeman@ases.org
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  • 2.  RE: Inflation Reduction Act Passed! Also a 25% Discount for Student Members!

    Chapter Leader
    Posted 08-09-2022 10:00 AM
    only prob is it doesnt start til jan 1  so current orders will b delayed slowing market
    also how will 4000$ instant credit work for used or private sale and is car dealer checking irs filing to pay out 7500$?






  • 3.  RE: Inflation Reduction Act Passed! Also a 25% Discount for Student Members!

    Posted 08-10-2022 09:28 AM
    When I read through the bill as it stands right now, it’s going to be a rebate at point of sale, but my suspicion is that you were going to have to reconcile this on your tax return just so it catches people that made over the income threshold. Things may change but it’s just one more job for the IRS that is already behind .

    Regards,
    Alan Dierker, CPA