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Some recent headlines on the PTC (Production Tax Credit) for wind energy have been misleading. Either they confuse a tax credit with a cash hand-out, imply that if not for the PTC wind energy would shrivel up and die, or imply that wind energy receives government support above and beyond...
When the lawyers and bankers get involved, you know you’re playing in a whole new ballgame.
Every April as the ground thaws, the buds crack open, and the days grow longer, Earth Day arrives with its gentle reminder: “It’s the Planet, Stupid.”
This Valentine's Day, wind energy seems to be "wookin pa nub in all the wong places."
Inspired by Justin Wheating’s last post, I’m focusing this month on something we can control.
Here I go – jumping into the fray on year-end retrospectives…
Tax Expenditures for Electricity Production FY 2002-2007. Source: Government Accountability Office, November 2007On the PTC, critics of renewable energy love to ask: when will wind stand on its own two feet? To that, I’d answer: when fossil fuels can—when the true costs of fossil fuels are factored into the price...
I joined the wind energy industry in 2007 with the belief that my work would help shape the future of our world’s, nation’s, and state’s energy landscape. I was right on two fronts. Installed capacity of wind energy has almost tripled in the U.S.
Green is gone