About the Course
Plan to attend the 2023 Energy and Transportation Forum on Thursday, June 8, 2023, from 2:30 to 3:30 EST.
This forum will expound upon the $10.8 billion in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding heading to North Carolina. Energy and Transportation Infrastructure Projects are maintaining center stage, and 143 projects are being delivered directly to North Carolina. Specific projects and funding will be discussed. Be sure to register, as early registration is ending soon.
The Economic Acts (see below) affect every infrastructure sector in the US, although the priority is Energy and Transportation. These priorities define the type of projects and how they will be delivered, with a consequent effect on the US economy from 2023 through 2026.
Why this Discussion is relevant in 2023:
The crux of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the Inflation Reduction Act will be delivered from 2023-2026
In 2022, most developers and related industries admitted to challenges with inclusion
2023 Capital Infrastructure Spending and flow, including Energy and Transportation Sectors
Why Energy and Transportation Infrastructure is Redefining Real Estate Markets
Energy and Transportation Infrastructure Projects coming online in 2023
Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise, Overview of Priorities and Incentives. Energy and transportation Infrastructure are powerful components of economic growth and serve as the most transformative avenues to equity.
The Economic Acts
A year in, the enacted $1.2 Trillion Investment in Infrastructure and Jobs Act announced over $110 billion headed to states, tribes, territories, and local governments, with over 4,300 specific projects identified for funding—thousands more projects in the coming months.
The $369 billion Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 aims to confront the climate crisis, recognize communities disproportionately impacted by climate change, lower costs, advance environmental justice while building a cleaner future, and grow the economy.
L. Charlie Oliver, Chair, Green Building Worldwide
L. Charlie Oliver, Chair of the Equitable Infrastructure Group|Partners and Chair of Green Building Worldwide, leads the strategic movement. Charlie is a recurring speaker before the World Economic Forum, the Global Power and Energy BlockChain Conference, and the Equity Forum.