Renewable Energy Programs Suffer Under Congress, Some Midwest Wind Projects Get Green Light to Build

In this week’s show, we offer an update on two very important stories — the discouraging status of some renewable energy programs under Congress and the good news for wind developers in the Midwest.

Alyssa Kagel of the Geothermal Energy Association speaks with us about what’s going on inside the beltway with regard to renewable energy. Unfortunately, she says, some renewable energy and energy efficiency programs have had their funding slashed. We’ll find out what programs are suffering and why. Also in the podcast: The Federal Aviation Administration recently allowed development of some wind projects in the Midwest that had been stalled because of concerns that wind turbines would affect airline radar. Laurie Jodziewcz of the American Wind Energy Association talks about this positive development for the industry. Inside Renewable Energy offers the latest in renewable energy news and information.

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