Study: U.S. RE Investment Undermined?

December 6, 2002 [] A new economic assessment of the midwest power markets includes research stating that a number of Renewable Energy projects, such as wind plants, are likely to be suspended unless tax incentives are extended, which may potentially scare off investors. The study entitled “A Guide to Winning in the Wholesale Power Markets — Generation, Fuel, Transmission: Volume I, The Midwest,” is co-authored by Hill & Associates of Annapolis Maryland and BlueWave Resources of Fairfax Virginia. The study also shows that a lack of a national energy policy, and state/federal conflicts are having substantial negative impacts on the power industry as a whole.
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