New Senate Legislation Would Create Temporary Direct Pay Option for Solar ITC

U.S. Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.), Chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) and senior member of the [...]

COVID-19 Impact on US Renewable Energy Projects

The COVID-19 pandemic is raising numerous concerns for renewable energy projects under development in the United States. First, will [...]

Renewable Energy Advocates Decry Lack of Help in Stimulus Bill

The $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill passed by the U.S. Senate on March 25 should provide some economic relief [...]

House Democrats Float Sweeping Green Energy Bill

House Ways and Means Democrats released a broad draft energy tax package that would extend and revise a host [...]

Offshore Wind Tax Credits Could Be Included in a Fall Tax Extenders Package

Lobbying efforts are underway to persuade Republicans from coastal states with a heavy oil-and-gas industry presence that offshore wind [...]

Wind Power Poised for Record Year, Despite Initial Tax Law Concerns

The number of contracts signed for wind power projects hit a record of 3,500 MW in Q1 2018, according to the [...]

Congress Passes Tax Credits for Solar and Wind: ‘Sausage-Making at Its Most Intense’

The biggest federal policy development of the year for renewables plays out on Congress’ last day of work in [...]

Congress Is on the Verge of Passing Multi-Year Extensions for Solar and Wind Tax Credits

Lawmakers reached a compromise as part of a spending package. Will there be enough votes to pass it this [...]

Legislative Developments on Federal Renewable Energy Tax Credits

Now that a government shutdown was temporarily averted, both chambers face significant legislative challenges. Among the legislative challenges are [...]

Over 2,000 Organizations Call On US Government To Extend Tax Provisions, Including PTC

More than 2,000 organizations signed a letter last week calling on the US Government to extend a variety of [...]