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The Utility Dive Outlook on 2023

2023 promises to be another busy year for the U.S. energy transition as stakeholders move to implement new clean energy measures while tackling growing security, reliability, equity and affordability challenges.

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  • FERC enters 2023 with a new leader and an agenda topped by transmission and grid reliability
  • Solar expected to see demand boom from Inflation Reduction Act in 2023 as supply chain remains uncertain
  • Electric vehicles near ‘tipping point’ in 2023, but tax credit questions, utility interconnection challenges lie ahead
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Produced by our team of award-winning journalists, the Utility Dive Outlook for 2023 can help you and your organization navigate the road ahead in the energy industry.
Davide Savenije Editor-in-Chief at Industry Dive.