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Carbon standards can catalyze economic growth

June 2 -- The Environmental Protection Agency’s upcoming carbon pollution standards provide an opportunity for New York to accelerate its investments in a clean energy future and combat climate change. We must continue to support common-sense legislation and standards that can help us innovate and grow the clean energy sector. >>View Article

Solar-roadway backers set crowdfunding record

May 30 -- You've probably heard that people love an underdog, but one couple's Indiegogo campaign to fund the manufacture of "solar roadways" seems to prove that longshot lovers are even willing to throw their money at an insanely ambitious idea, just because. >>View Article

Business Lobby Tries to Frighten America About Clean Energy, Fails Utterly

May 30 -- The premise of the Chamber’s study is that global emissions lie completely outside of American influence, so we might as well use all the dirty energy we can and let future generations deal with it. Against that backdrop, any program to reduce carbon pollution, however efficiently designed, is a pointless waste. But what the Chamber is actually demonstrating, in its attempts to frighten us, is that we hardly have anything to fear. >>View Article

The MLP Parity Act is a No-Brainer for Renewable Energy

May 30 -- A Master Limited Partnership (MLP) is a publicly traded partnership with a tax structure that enables it to attract low-cost capital. The main attraction of an MLP from an investor’s point of view is that MLPs don’t pay corporate income tax. Profits are passed directly to unitholders via regular distributions. Profits from conventional corporations are taxed at the corporate level, then a second time via the personal income tax on distributed dividends. In contrast, MLP distributions are taxed just once, at the individual level. >>View Article

U.S. Navy Supports ASU's Development of Algae-Based Biofuels

May 29 -- The similarities between the U.S. Navy and civilian cities and industry may not be readily apparent, said Dennis McGinn, U.S. Navy assistant secretary for energy, installations and environment, but in the realm of energy use and reliability, there are often parallel problems to be solved. Where there are overlapping issues, such as cost, sustainability, efficiency and energy security, McGinn said the Navy is interested in working with research institutions and industry to improve the energy outlook for all. >>View Article

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