In the United States, the renewable energy plan is boosting investment

Dollars are greener than ever. Honda and the South Korean industrialist LG announced on August 30 that they were committing to invest 4.4 billion in a new battery factory for electric vehicles, whose construction should begin in 2023, probably in Ohio near the American chains of Honda, and which could be running at full capacity as soon as 2025. On the same day, First Solar, the first American manufacturer of solar panels, unveiled a 1.2 billion dollar project for a new production site in the South-East of the United States, with 850 jobs at stake and the promise of 15,000 direct or induced jobs by 2025.

Investors have not failed to pay tribute to the first initiator of these projects: a Biden government whose “Inflation Reduction Act” (IRA), a set of tax measures voted in mid-August by Congress, promotes the great return of the States States in the renewable energy sector.

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