The Inflation Reduction Act is the largest clean energy investment in American history and aims to reduce the costs and barriers of developing and deploying renewable energy. The act also supports the goal of reducing economy-wide emissions 40% in the United States by 2030. While the Inflation Reduction Act will likely have a positive impact on renewable energy prices over the long term, the act does little to address short-term constraints. Navigating the Act and the complex renewable energy market requires expertise and a keen understanding of current market conditions. Emily shares why now is a great time to evaluate how this new Act can impact your renewable energy procurement strategy.