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November 01, 2022

Inflation Reduction Act: What Does it Mean for Energy Production and Jobs in the U.S.?

Our IRA video series dives into the details of the recent legislation to help you understand your options.

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) creates significant opportunities for building owners to ready their operations for long-term resiliency and eliminate deferred maintenance, realize cost savings, accelerate decarbonization and reach equitable outcomes for future generations. What does that really mean?

McKinstry’s Megan Owen, vice president of enterprise sales and marketing, explores this once-in-a-generation investment that has the power to eliminate the harmful climate impacts buildings have on our environment. In the first video of our IRA series, Megan shares how the worker and domestic manufacturing will be front and center as new energy solutions are deployed in our communities. Stay tuned for additional videos or follow us on LinkedIn for the latest updates.

What the IRA Means for Energy Production and Jobs in the U.S.
Learn more about the IRA’s impact
What the IRA Means for Energy Production and Jobs in the U.S.
Learn more about the IRA’s impact

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