States Provide Tax Incentives for Investing in Alternative/Renewable Energy Products

Cosmo Jr, Vito A.
September 2011
Journal of State Taxation;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p11
Academic Journal
The article focuses on providing state tax credits for investing in renewable energy products in the U.S. Renewable energy property includes hydroelectric generators, solar energy equipment and renewable biomass resources for bio-fuel production of ethanol, and geothermal heat pumps. It mentions states offering some form of tax credit for investment includes North Carolina and Oregon which provides a Business Energy Tax Credit (BETC).


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