Join us for a deep dive on climate policy, regulatory priorities, grid advocacy, and equity in the transition to a renewable energy economy.

The ACORE Policy Forum returns in person on March 24, uniting senior leaders from across government and the renewable energy industry. The renewable sector has a tremendous opportunity to shape its long-term growth as we look forward to the implementation of unprecedented federal clean energy policy support.

In 2022, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is proudly celebrating its 20th anniversary.

For more than two decades, ACORE has sought to unite finance, policy, and technology to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy. Since ACORE’s founding in 2001, over 260 gigawatts of renewable energy have been deployed in the United States and the renewable energy sector has attracted approximately $650 billion in private investment. Along the way, ACORE has earned its sterling reputation as a focal point for collaborative advocacy across the renewable energy sector by hosting best-in-class events, producing high-quality research, and providing top-tier services to our members. The scientific consensus is clear that we must redouble our efforts to transition to a renewable energy economy to prevent a climate catastrophe, and ACORE is well-positioned to play a central role in this work. Join us this year as we celebrate 20 years of extraordinary growth and look ahead to further progress!

ACORE is firmly committed to the health and safety of our event attendees. All attendees will need to show proof of vaccination in order to register for and attend the event. An exemption requiring a negative COVID test 48 hours in advance of the event may be requested. Click here for more information on our COVID-19 Safety Protocols.

ACORE will follow CDC, State, and City guidance and mandates. Therefore, new requirements may be in place upon arrival at the event, and we will do our best to communicate any changes in advance. Your health and well-being remain our number one priority.