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Finish the job: Congress passed infrastructure package, but BBB investments are still needed

In an op-ed for The Hill, Rhodium's John Larsen and RMI's Sarah Ladislaw emphasize need for the clean energy investments in the Build Back Better act.

John Larsen and Sarah Ladislaw

In the race to be the clean energy technology provider of the future, why would the U.S. handicap itself right out of the starting blocks? When it comes to clean energy, Build Back Better investments will complement the down payments made in the bipartisan infrastructure package. While some lawmakers continue asking if we can afford to spend money on the energy transition, we should instead be asking: How can we afford not to?

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