Amy Roma, Sachin Desai and Juliya Grigoryan wrote:

On March 31st, President Biden unveiled a massive $2 trillion infrastructure and clean energy plan called the American Jobs Plan that aims, in part, to tackle what the White House calls two of the greatest challenges of our time: the climate crisis and competition with China.  Among the proposed investments, the American Jobs Plan calls for funding for the development of advanced nuclear reactors and for a clean electricity standard that can potentially support operating plants. Other provisions of the plan include clean energy tax credits, investments for upgrades to the electric grid, and plans to clean up abandoned mines and cap orphan oil and gas wells. In line with his focus on environmental justice, President Biden asks that 40% of the benefits from investment in clean energy go to disadvantaged communities.