Member Login

Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me
Renewable Energy Vision

The Wall Street Journal published a misguided editorial over the weekend that supported the House tax bill’s damaging provisions to retroactively revise wind incentives. I wanted to share ACORE’s response in my letter to the editor, which was published in print on Nov. 15 as the lead response to their editorial (full text below). 

Thursday, 01 November 2012 20:05

The Future Of Wind Power

By George Dearing

With an industry tax credit in jeopardy and new projects at a virtual standstill in the U.S., you might have expected the wind industry to come limping into RETECH2012. Instead, the audience heard from a sector that’s honing in on what it can control -- namely cost reductions and innovation.

“We haven’t placed any orders for turbines for 2013,” said First Wind’s Julia Bovey in the opening remarks. That’s been the norm in 2012 for wind developers and turbine manufacturers as utilities and power purchasers have adopted a wait-and-see approach when it comes to the Production Tax Credit (PTC). 

January 4 -- The U.S. wind industry is powering up once again after Congress extended a critical tax credit that wind companies say will save tens of thousands of domestic jobs and allow more clean energy projects to ramp up this year. >>View Article

ACORE logo HORIZ white
The American Council On Renewable Energy
 

Contact Us

  Office:
1600 K Street NW Suite 650
Washington, DC 20006
  Mail:
Mail: P.O. Box 33518
Washington, DC 20033

  E-Mail:
info@acore.org
  Phone:
1+202-393-0001