Barak Obama Signs 1603 into Law, what is next for 2012

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Al Buckman, CEO SunDurance Energy and I got into a discussion about the value of 1603 and why we as an industry have to work harder at getting congress more involved sooner than we did this last year.  When 1603 was enacted in 2009, the solar industry was in a nuclear winter; 1603 is what brought solar out of the nuclear winter.  It is an important mechanism because without it, there are just too few investors that can provide capital with a tax appetite.  How can we be more prepared for 2012 and get the House, Senate and President to extend 1603?

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