Tag: taxes


Paying for fuel to power our cars is never fun, especially when the price skyrockets quickly and comes back down oh so slowly. As we scan the different stations looking at the prices, taking in a momentary gasp, and then Read more…


With 70 percent of Americans now agreeing that global warming is affecting weather in the U.S., the public is showing increasing support for measures that would tackle the problem of climate change, according to a new survey. Conducted by the Read more…


Home & business energy tax credits still attractive for renewables, efficiency and electric vehicles It may be too late to take advantage of green tax benefits for 2010, depending on when you file and what you did last year, but Read more…


The Department of Energy, under its Smart Grid Investment Matching Grant Program, provides reimbursement of 20 percent of qualifying smart grid investments. Qualifying costs include, but are not limited to, certain manufacturing related costs, software that enables computers or other Read more…


Since 2007, the French photovoltaic market has been booming, with close to 500 megawatts of installed capacity expected this year, up from a mere 40 megawatts three years ago. Most of this growth first stemmed from residential installations that benefited Read more…

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