260+ Companies Call on Congress to Finalize Legislation to Deliver Clean Energy

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260+ Companies Call on Congress to Finalize Legislation to Deliver Clean Energy

January 24, 2022

The Honorable Charles E Schumer, Majority Leader
U.S. Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510

The Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Leader Schumer and Speaker Pelosi:

As companies committed to building America’s clean energy future, we write to thank you for your leadership and to encourage you to finalize negotiations on the Build Back Better Act (BBBA) as soon as possible this year. The time to act is now.

Each month of delay means an estimated $2 billion in lost economic activity. That means missed economic opportunities in energy transition communities. That means fewer jobs in domestic mills producing steel for solar and wind projects. And it means a delay in building the American manufacturing base and workforce into a global clean energy powerhouse.

The clean energy and manufacturing provisions in the BBBA must take effect January 1, 2022 to take full advantage of the unprecedented private sector commitment to clean energy projects and to create good paying jobs in every state. As leaders in the clean energy industry, we stand ready to deploy tens of billions of dollars to expand our domestic manufacturing capacity and to employ American workers to build the equipment and projects to power our clean energy transition.

The Build Back Better Act will more than double clean energy investment to $750 billion over the next ten years, supporting one million, good-paying American jobs over the same period of time. As a result, the United States will be able to reach 750 GW of wind, solar and battery storage by 2030 and cut power sector emissions by nearly 70% below 2005 levels. That is the equivalent of 175 million American homes being powered by low-cost, reliable clean energy.

These clean energy initiatives represent a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Congress to take big, bold action to deliver the clean energy future Americans want and deserve. We stand with you to get that job done.


174 Power Global
8minute Solar Energy
Acciona Energy USA Global LLC
Advanced Power Services (na) Inc.
AES Corporation
Aker Offshore Wind
Alchemy Renewable Energy
Alder Energy Systems
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp.
ALLETE Clean Energy
Alliant Energy
AlsoEnergy, LLC
Alternate Energy, Inc
Alternative Energy Southeast, Inc.
AltWays, LLC
Ameresco, Inc.
American Solar & Roofing
AMP Solar Group, Inc.
Antora Energy Inc.
AP Alternatives, LLC
Apex Clean Energy
Associated Energy Developers
Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind
Aypa Power
BayWa r.e. US
Birch Infrastructure, PBLLC
Black & Veatch Corporation
Black Bear Energy Inc.
Blattner Energy
Blue Ridge Power, LLC
Borrego Energy
Boviet Solar US Ltd.
bp America
Bright Power
Caelux Corporation
Capital Power
Carolina Mountain Solar
Carolina Solar Energy III, LLC
CED Greentech HQ
Chaberton Energy
CHW Editorial LLC
Citrine Power LLC
Clean Energy Associates, LLC
CleanChoice Energy
CleantTech Docs, Inc.
Clearway Energy Group
Colite Technologies
Consolidated Edison, Inc.
Construction Innovations
Convergent Energy + Power
Copia Power
Cosmic Solar, Inc.
Current Home Inc
CustomerFirst Renewables
CVE North America, Inc.
Cypress Creek Renewables
D.E. Shaw & Co., L.P.
DARE Strategies, LLC
Delorean Power
Direct Connect Development Co LLC
Distributed Sun LLC
DNV Energy USA Inc.
Dominion Energy
East Point Energy
Ecoplexus Inc.
Eden Renewables
EDF Renewables North America, LLC
EDP Renewables North America
Empower Energies Clean Infrastructure LLC
EnBW North America
Encore Renewable Energy
Enel Green Power North America, Inc.
Enel X North America
Energiekontor US, Inc
Energy Intelligence Partners
Energy Toolbase
ENGIE North America
Enphase Energy Inc
Eolian, L.P.
Eolus North America, Inc.
Equinor Wind US
esVolta, LP
FabTech Enterprises, Inc.
Fermata Energy
Fervo Energy
Fire Mountain Solar LLC
Flywheel Development LLC
Form Energy, Inc.
Freedom Forever
FTC Solar Inc.
GAF Energy
GlidePath Power Solutions
Go Smart Solar
Good Faith Energy
Granite State Solar
Grasshopper Energy
Green Development, LLC
Green Mountain Solar
Greenalia Solar Power Inc
GreenPower Motor Company
GroundWork Renewables, Inc.
Hannon Armstrong
Hemlock Semiconductor
Hexagon Energy, LLC
HGP Storage
Hill Country Wind Power, LP
Hydrostor Inc.
Hyundai Energy Solutions America
Idemitsu Renewables
Impact Power Solutions
Independence Solar
Independence Solar LLC
Infiniti Energy LLC
Ingeteam Inc
Innergex Renewables
Inovateus Solar LLC
Intersect Power
Ioneer USA Corporation
K2 Systems LLC
Kearsarge Energy LP
Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure
Key Capture Energy
Leeward Energy
LevelTen Energy
Leyline Renewable Capital, LLC
LG Energy Solution
Liberty Power
Liberty Renewables Inc.
Lightsource bp
Li-Ion Tamer
Malta Inc.
Mayflower Wind Energy LLC
McCarthy Building Companies Inc.
Mission Energy LLC
Mitsubishi Power Americas
Momentum Energy Storage Partners
Morse Associates, Inc.
My Generation Energy, Inc.
Mynt Systems
National Grid
Natural Power LLC
Nautilus Solar Energy, LLC
Net Zero Solar
Newport Solar
Newport Solar
Nexamp, Inc.
NextEra Energy
Nextracker, Inc.
NineDot Energy
NM Solar Group, Inc
Northland Power Inc.
Nostromo Energy, Inc.
Novogradac & Company LLP
Nuvation Energy
Ocean Winds
Open Road Renewables
Oriden Power
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Osceola Inc.
PanelClaw, Inc
Pattern Energy
Peak Power Inc.
Pine Gate Renewables, LLC
Pivot Energy
PLEXUS Solutions
Plus Power
PosiGen, LLC
PowerWorks Inc.
Prime Consultants, Inc.
ProSolar Group, LLC
Quidnet Energy, Inc.
Recurrent Energy
Redeux Energy
Reimagine Power
RENEW Wisconsin
RES (Renewable Energy Systems)
Revamp Engineering, Inc.
Roof Tech, Inc.
RWE Renewables Americas, LLC
Rye Development
Savion, LLC
SB Energy DevCo (US), Inc.
Schneider Electric
Scout Clean Energy
Seal Solar
Seminole Financial Services
SGC Power
Shine Development Partners
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Sigora Solar
Silicon Ranch Corporation
Sol Systems LLC
SolAmerica Energy
Solar Design Studio
Solar Renewable Energy, LLC
Solar Stewards
Solaria Corporation HQ
Solariant Capital, LLC
Solaris Energy
Solarponics, Inc.
SOLV Energy
SOO Green HVDC Link ProjectCo, LLC
Sound Grid Partners, LLC
Southern Current LLC
Standard Solar
Stem, Inc.
StorEn Technologies Inc.
Strata Clean Energy
Strata Solar, LLC
SunEarth, Inc.
Sungage Financial, Inc.
Sungrow Americas
Sunnova Energy Corporation
SunPower Corporation
Sunrun Inc.
Supercritical Storage Company
SWEB Development USA, LLC
TerraGen Solar
The Anschutz Corporation
The Stella Group, Ltd.
TMI Energy Solutions
Tokyo Gas America Ltd.
TotalEnergies Renewables USA, LLC
TPI Composites
Tri Global Energy
Trinity Solar
Trusted Energy
U.S. Light Energy
Ulteig Engineers, Inc.
Vanguard Energy Partners, LLC
Vestas-American Wind Technology, Inc.
Victory Capital Management
Walden Renewables Development LLC
Wanzek Construction
We Recycle Solar, Inc.
Woodfield Renewable Partners, LLC
Xcel Energy
Yaskawa – Solectria Solar

Comments 1

  1. Seems to me you have a conflict of interest. Many of the 260 companies pushing their big energy plan on the Biden administration are wrecking environmental, economic and social havoc on disadvantaged rural communities, while seizing control of lands, destroying wildlife habitats, forests and wetlands. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions isn’t about putting huge steel projects in the ground! If you have a real social conscience reach out to have a sit down with folks to find out what the true impacts and solutions are. There are better, faster and far less expensive solutions than those being pushed on the present administration. Thank you – earth should come first. Dena Kurt

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