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Wind Credit Aids Kansas

January 8 -- The ugly bill to defuse the new year’s time bomb of tax hikes and spending cuts had a few pluses for Kansas, chief among them the extension of the production tax credit for wind-energy projects that begin construction in 2013.  >>View Article

Brownback Applauds Wind Tax Break Renewal

January 7 -- A footnote in the climatic federal tax showdown delivered a rush of fresh economic news to Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback.  The production tax credit for wind energy projects was extended in a compromise supported by Kansas' two senators and opposed by its four House members.  >>View Article

Report: Wind Energy A Boost For N.H.

January 7 --  An environmental group has released a report saying New Hampshire's current power generation from wind energy prevents as much global warming pollution as taking 9,000 cars off the road each year.  >>View Article

DOE Puts Up Another $10m For Biofuels

January 7 -- Those keeping score of the pro vs. against biofuel camps can add another point for the advocates since the federal government has agreed to divert more funds towards the expansion of biofuels. Specifically, the US Department of Energy (DOE) will award more than $10 million to five products designed to speed up technology related to converting biomass to fuel.  >>View Article 

Fiscal "Deal" Energy Investments Form Foundation For Clean Energy Future

January 4 -- Millions of Americans breathed a sigh of relief this week following successful votes in the U.S. Congress to avoid the “fiscal cliff”. Within the energy sector, one of the fundamental issues at stake during the last months of budget wrangling was the fate of a suite of clean energy tax incentives that have proven vital to the growth of home-grown, clean energy.  >>View Article

Energy Department Awards $10 Million To Develop Advanced Biofuels And Bio-based Products

January 3 -- As part of the Obama Administration's all-of-the-above strategy to develop every available source of American energy, the U.S. Department of Energy today announced more than $10 million to five projects in California, Washington, Maryland, and Texas that will develop new technologies to convert biomass into advanced biofuels and bioproducts like plastics and chemical intermediates.  >>View Article

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