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Feeling the stress of high energy bills? New programs help lower costs

Purcell Register 31 Jan 2023
Through rebates and tax incentives, ENERGY STAR certified products like heat pump water heaters, clean heating and cooling, and household appliances are becoming more affordable while enabling customers to save on their monthly energy bills. For example, ENERGY STAR certified heat ...
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Dover Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2022 Results

Victoria Advocate 31 Jan 2023
Engineered Products, Clean Energy & Fueling, Imaging & Identification, Pumps & Process Solutions and Climate & Sustainability Technologies ... Clean Energy & Fueling ... Clean Energy & Fueling ... Clean Energy & Fueling ... Clean Energy & Fueling. ... Clean Energy & Fueling ... Clean Energy & Fueling ... Clean Energy & Fueling.
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'Transformational' IRA spurs US green giant NextEra to record build plans

Recharge 31 Jan 2023
American clean energy pacesetter could leverage federal tax breaks to place almost 42GW of solar, wind, and battery storage into service through 2026 ....
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Calls for Windfall Tax Grow as ExxonMobil Smashes Big Oil Profit Record With $56 Billion Haul

Common Dreams 31 Jan 2023
oil companies in reporting record 2022 earnings amid rising gas prices, consumer and climate advocates renewed calls for a Big Oil windfall profits tax ... We need to hold them accountable now with solutions like a windfall profits tax, and invest in clean energy solutions that can free us from expensive fossil fuels."
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General Motors to invest $650 million Lithium Americas

Resource World 31 Jan 2023
Lithium Americas Corp. and General Motors Co ... and the third largest in the world ... clean energy tax credits ... District Court ... Lithium is a key material in lithium-ion batteries and stands up well to repeated charging and discharging (including enabling fast-charging), delivers higher energy density and offers more usable capacity than other battery types.
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GM and Lithium Americas to Develop U.S.-Sourced Lithium Production through $650 Million Equity Investment and ...

Victoria Advocate 31 Jan 2023
clean energy tax credits ... Lithium is a key material in lithium-ion batteries and stands up well to repeated charging and discharging (including enabling fast charging), delivers higher energy density, and offers more usable capacity than other battery types.
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Zinc8 wins state tax credits for US$68 million New York manufacturing facility

Energy Storage News 30 Jan 2023
The tax credits it is receiving at the state level are in addition to federal investment tax credits available for US clean energy manufacturing brought as part of the Inflation Reduction Act.
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India’s Union Budget ‘should include tax breaks for energy storage’

Energy Storage News 30 Jan 2023
One parallel from the international industry might be the US’ Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) legislation which is bringing in significant tax-based financial incentives for deployment of energy storage systems, as well as extending existing clean energy generation and deployment incentives and domestic manufacturing and production.
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SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Investigates Claims On Behalf of Investors of Generac Holdings, Inc. ...

Victoria Advocate 30 Jan 2023
... that it had taken "pre-tax charges totalling approximately $55 million, including approximately $37 million of clean energy product warranty-related matter and approximately $18 million of bad debt expense related to a clean energy product customer that has filed for bankruptcy."
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US Renewable Energy Farms Outstrip 99% of Coal Plants Economically

Slashdot 30 Jan 2023
The new analysis, conducted in the wake of the $370bn in tax credits and other support for clean energy passed by Democrats in last summer's Inflation Reduction Act, compared the fuel, running and maintenance cost of America's coal fleet with the building of new solar or wind from scratch in the same utility region.
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US renewable energy farms outstrip 99% of coal plants economically – study

The Observer 30 Jan 2023
The new analysis, conducted in the wake of the $370bn in tax credits and other support for clean energy passed by Democrats in last summers’ Inflation Reduction Act, compared the fuel, running and maintenance cost of America’s coal fleet with the building of new solar or wind from scratch in the same utility region.
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Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. Reminds Investors That Class Action Lawsuits Have Been Filed ...

Eagle-Tribune 30 Jan 2023
Then, on October 19, 2022, Generac published preliminary earnings showing dismal financial results for the third quarter of 2022, and announced a $55 million pre-tax charge relating to its clean energy product warranties and expenses, citing a distributor that had filed for bankruptcy.
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SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Investigates ClaimsOn Behalf of Investors of Generac ...

Eagle-Tribune 29 Jan 2023
In the wake of Pink Energy’s bankruptcy, on October 19, 2022, Generac revealed that it had taken “pre-tax charges totalling approximately $55 million, including approximately $37 million of clean energy product warranty-related matter and approximately $18 million of bad debt ...
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America needs a new environmentalism

Economist 29 Jan 2023
\nThe Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), Mr Biden’s signature legislation and the most ambitious climate law America has ever passed, includes all manner of tax credits for clean-energy projects ... clean-energy projects stems from earnest concerns for ecosystems or tribal sovereignty.
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Weathering A Storm Or Power Outage Safely

Purcell Register 29 Jan 2023
(NAPSI)­­—Having the right outdoor power equipment on hand year-round is important—in more ways than many people realize ... What You May Need ... One of the most important things operators can do for safety is to pay attention to energy levels and health. Preparation for bad weather, a power outage and storm clean-up can be taxing ... ....

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