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Senators Keep Energy Efficiency Bill Alive

Senators Keep Energy Efficiency Bill Alive

Dec, 7 2013 01:12

The recent battle over government funding put a lot of items on the backburner for the Senate, including the energy efficiency Shaheen-Portman bill. But these Senators are not ready to let it go, and it’s picking up steam once again. Find out more…

Cities Are Building Energy Efficient Homes

Cities Are Building Energy Efficient Homes

Nov, 26 2013 03:11

Cities are starting to see the revenue-generating, job-creating and environment-saving potential of building energy efficient homes on publicly owned land. Boston is already on the move, and other cities are following close behind. Read on to find out more…

National Energy Efficiency Program Starts in New York

National Energy Efficiency Program Starts in New York

Nov, 16 2013 01:11

New York is taking the lead in an energy efficiency program that will save people money and create green jobs. Read here to find out more…

Senate Report Recommends Permanent, Performance-Based Tax Credits

Senate Report Recommends Permanent, Performance-Based Tax Credits

Jun, 12 2013 21:06

A major issue Congress must address this session is tax reform, and the good news is that the Senate Finance Committee has outlined some options for tax reform in infrastructure, energy and natural resources in their April 25th report.

Home Energy Tax Credits Saved by the Fiscal Cliff

Home Energy Tax Credits Saved by the Fiscal Cliff

May, 29 2013 02:05

For several years, the United States offered energy-efficiency tax credits for homeowners and a tax credit for builders of new energy-efficient homes. These tax credits both expired at the end of 2011, but lobbyists continued to fight for them, and as the fiscal cliff loomed at the end of 2012, the lobbyists saw an opportunity and grabbed it.