U.S. Inflation Reduction Act

30 Nov. 15 - 16 (Copenhagen time) / 9 - 10 (Washington time)

The U.S. Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), adopted in August 2022, represents the most significant climate legislation to date and the single largest investment in climate and clean energy solutions in U.S. history.  The law is designed to reduce the U.S. CO2 emissions by 50% already in 2030.

The clean energy provisions in the IRA will incentivize a broad cross-section of technologies to reduce emissions and strengthen energy reliability and security, including solar, wind, geothermal, biogas, waste energy recovery, hydropower, tidal wave energy, carbon capture and sequestration, and nuclear, among others.

Given the fundamental shift to clean energy advanced by this law, the IRA will accelerate the adoption of innovative climate technologies in the United States and into the global economy. The IRA pledges USD 368 billion to further the green transition and it represents a golden opportunity for Danish companies for exports of green energy technologies and increased investments in the largest and most competitive market in the world. To approach the IRA funds, you will need to know which conditions apply, and which types of investments, projects and companies are favored.

DI Energy, DI USA and the U.S. Embassy in Denmark have teamed up to mobilize expert speakers for a webinar to enlighten member companies and to ensure that you can ask questions. We will strive to answer all your questions.

Further information on the Inflation Reduction Act is provided here.


    • 15.00 Welcome by DI Energy and US Embassy

    • 15.05 Provisions in the IRA related to green energy

      Kevin Johnson, Senior Consultant, U.S. Dept. of Energy

    • 15.15 The IRA and green investments at state, local and operational level

      Jennifer Daloisio, CEO, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

    • 15.25 Overview of opportunities in the IRA green energy provisions

      Jamieson Greer, Partner, King & Spalding

    • 15.35 Q&A: Clarification on details and conditions for using IRA

    • 15.58 Concluding remarks

Hans Peter Slente

Hans Peter Slente


Anne Rosted

Anne Rosted