Washington D.C., April 15, 2009 –– The American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) has launched a new section of its website to assist member renewable energy organizations to understand the provisions of the recently-enacted American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which pertain to renewable energy investment and production.
However, the new ACORE Implementation website is available to ACORE members only.
The breakdown of the legislation will help renewable energy companies to expand renewable energy development and to find funding from the federal government for renewable energy projects.
The pages, part of the ACORE Member Center, are located at: http://www.acore.org/member/stimulus. The web site offers section-by-section breakdowns of the major renewable energy provisions of the ARRA, links to the actual statutes, as well as to relevant governmental agencies and departments.
The site was developed by ACORE to educate its more than 600 members about the new business opportunities and funding assistance that have been made available with the enactment of the ARRA.
“Through the American Recovery and Advancement Act, the U.S. government has made clear its commitment to advance renewable energy solutions,” said ACORE President Michael Eckhart. The ARRA has major implications for companies that are financing or building renewable energy products and services.”