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Global Wind Day 2015

Global Wind Day 2015

Global Wind Day: The Future is Now – Imagine you could go back in time. Not too far, just to the early 199os. Ask someone from that backward time about cell phones, mobile and wireless technology, how much RAM they needed in their computer (if they even had one), running an “online” business. The list go on. They’d probably think…

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Cape Wind faces significant hurdles

EarthTalk: Cape Wind Dead in the Water?

EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: What’s the latest on the controversial Cape Wind project off Cape Cod in Massachusetts?  –Mitchell Barstow, Bern, NC First proposed in 2001, the Cape Wind Project aims to put 130 wind turbines across 24 square miles of Horseshoe Shoal almost…

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Wind energy production tax credit extended one year as part of fiscal cliff deal

Fiscal Cliff Deal Restores Wind Energy Tax Credit, at Least for a Year

All the political debate, industry lobbying, public relations campaigns and wind industry hand-wringing concerning extension of the federal wind energy production tax credit (PTC) appears at an end with Congress agreeing to extend wind energy tax credits for another year as part of a last-minute deal to avoid the U.S. going over the so-called “fiscal cliff.” Enacted and allowed to…

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There are dark clouds on the horizon for wind energy of Congress does not renew the PTC

Why Congress Must Extend the PTC for Wind Power

The expiration of the production tax credit (PTC) at the end of this year constitutes a major obstacle for U.S. wind energy. If the PTC is not extended by Congress, tens of thousands of jobs will be lost and economic development would be stymied. As stated in a report from Ernst and Young, “Failure to extend this incentive could stop wind development in…

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Global Wind Day

June 15th is Global Wind Day – a day to raise awareness all over the world of the promise wind energy holds in solving the problems of climate and energy.