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Webinar – Post-IRA Economics of Home and Vehicle Decarbonization: How the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund Can Fill the Financing Gap

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About This Event

EPA is slated to announce the awardees of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) in March 2024. For many community lenders, green banks, and government entities this is an opportunity to design new or re-tool existing green financial offerings. This webinar serves as a primer to those financial entities to inform financing for residential clean energy projects including solar, energy efficiency and electrification, and electric vehicle. 

The webinar covers: 

  • The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund and how it changes green lending  
  • The upfront and operational costs (before and after IRA incentives) of residential solar, building energy efficiency and electrification, and electric vehicle projects on a state-by-state basis   
  • New incentives for clean energy projects created by the Inflation Reduction Act 
  • The cost gap and other financial barriers green lenders could help overcome 
  • Examples of successful green financing tools for these projects 

RMI thanks JP Morgan Chase for the funding that enables this event.


Douglass Sims

Interim Chief Executive Officer, Justice Climate Fund

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Alisa Petersen

Federal Policy Manager, RMI

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Ryan Shea

Home Decarbonization Manager, RMI

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Whitney Mann

Climate Aligned-Finance Manager, RMI

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POWERPOINT: Post-IRA Economics of Home and Vehicle Decarbonization

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