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- How Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Typically Handle Requests to Create Oil, Gas, or Mineral Leases on Residential Properties -- Click to view this document
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- Ozone Air Quality Standards: EPA\'s 2013-2015 Revision -- Click to view this document
- The Federal Communications Commission: Current Structure and Its Role in the Changing Telecommunications Landscape -- Click to view this document
- Navy Force Structure and Shipbuilding Plans: Background and Issues for Congress -- Click to view this document
- Community Services Block Grants (CSBG): Background and Funding -- Click to view this document
- Afghanistan: Politics, Elections, and Government Performance -- Click to view this document
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act: (FERPA) A Legal Overview -- Click to view this document
- Hearing on the Federal and State Partnership for Environmental Protection Act of 2013, the Reducing Excessive Deadline Obligations Act of 2013, and the Federal Facility Accountability Act of 2013 -- Click to view this document
U.S. Renewable Electricity: How Does the Production Tax Credit (PTC) Impact Wind Markets?
U.S. wind projects that use large turbines-greater than 100 kilowatts (kW)-are eligible to receive federal tax incentives in the form of production tax credits (PTC) and accelerated depreciation. Originally established in 1992, the PTC has played a role in the evolution and growth of the U.S. wind industry. Under existing law, wind projects placed in service on or after January 1, 2013, will not be eligible to receive the PTC incentive. Industry proponents are advocating for an extension of PTC availability, citing employment, economic development, and other considerations as justification for the extension. While a PTC extension may improve the prospects for U.S. wind development and manufacturing next year and beyond, the wind industry is influenced by a number of other factors. It is uncertain how the near- or long-term availability of the PTC incentive-in isolation of changes to other market factors-would either grow or sustain current wind development and manufacturing levels.
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