In this episode of S&C’s Critical Insights, Connor Schillerstrom from our Sydney office, John Anselmi from our Melbourne office and Sam Saunders from our New York office discuss how Australia and the United States are working together to address climate change.
Connor, John and Sam provide insight on how Australia might benefit from the Australia-United States Climate, Critical Minerals and Clean Energy Transformation Compact, which was formed this year to provide a framework for the countries to work together to reduce the cost of clean energy technologies and lay the foundation for the global clean energy economy.
They also discuss the possible designation of Australia as a “domestic source” for purposes of the U.S. Defense Production Act, which would provide benefits to Australian companies operating under certain contracts with the U.S. government. Finally, they provide an overview of loans and tax credits under the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act that are available for Australian companies with critical minerals and clean energy projects in the United States.
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