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Michigan Property Tax Causes Solar Farm to Lose Money

On paper, the state of Michigan might be encouraging residents and businesses to install solar power systems with its solar rebate and incentive programs. But the state officials must rethink their property tax laws if they really want to promote alternative energy use in Michigan.

Personal Power Saving Incentives for the Residential Sector

The world is facing its biggest energy crisis ever. Conventional fossil fuels are depleting at an alarming rate, and we are frantically hunting for alternative energy sources. Green energy sources are being applauded, as they are kind to the environment, and to the pocket. Sustainable environmental-friendly energy sources are now being touted as the next […]

Energy Efficiency Interest Rate Reduction Program

A state loan program is currently being offered to qualified residents of Alaska, by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, or AHFC. This incentive will be given to those who borrow a certain amount of money to purchase an existing home. This is also applicable to those who finance or upgrade a household which can be […]

Consumers Feel the Pinch of Clean Energy

Clean energy might be renewable, but it does come with a price. Or at least, it will, while clean energy technology catches up. Consumers find out about this when electric utilities begin investing more on alternative energy sources to meet the required percentage of clean energy in their total generation. That means they need to […]

NJ Renews Nuclear Contract, Promises More Alternative Production in the Future

Nuclear power will stay as New Jersey’s main power source, with the state renewing its contract with Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station. This news came as state officials announced it will be pushing for the use of clean power sources, such as solar and wind. It appears that the Garden State will not be going […]