The President is expected to highlight clean energy investments that have been made since he signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) one year ago. IRA is a wide-ranging law covering things like prescription drugs and deficit reduction. But during his Milwaukee visit to Ingeteam, Biden is expected to focus on some of the law’s $370 billion in federal tax incentives for a national transition to cleaner energy. The Spain-based company has been in Milwaukee for about a dozen years, making wind and solar energy system components. But Ingeteam’s recent announcement to expand the production of faster chargers for electric vehicles has made it into a new report on clean energy projects from the non-partisan business group E2.

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