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Feds playing catch-up as states take renewable energy lead

Feds playing catch-up as states take renewable energy lead

In the US, some 27 states and Washington DC have renewable energy portfolios and mandates, but not the federal government. Meanwhile, countries like Germany, Spain, and Japan have spurred far more alternate energy installations. That may soon change, based on reports from an array of speakers at PV America, held this week (June 7-12, 2009) in Philadelphia, in association with the 34th IEEE PV Specialists conference.
Feds Playing Catch-up As States Take Renewable Energy Lead

Feds Playing Catch-up As States Take Renewable Energy Lead

In the US, some 27 states and Washington DC have renewable energy portfolios and mandates, but not the federal government. Meanwhile, countries like Germany, Spain, and Japan have spurred far more alternate energy installations. That may soon change, based on reports from an array of speakers at PV America, held last week (June 7-12, 2009) in Philadelphia, in association with the 34th IEEE PV Specialists conference.
Does APS’ FIT Alternative Hide A Nasty Surprise for Arizona Solar Homeowners?

Does APS’ FIT Alternative Hide A Nasty Surprise for Arizona Solar Homeowners?

Do feed-in tariff structures, as an alternative to net metering, unexpectedly strip U.S. homeowners of tax benefits while exposing them to more federal taxes? This interpretation, specifically in response to Arizona Public Services' recently proposed changes in Arizona, could affect similar programs across the country that try to assign a value and compensation to residential solar energy.