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Solar No Longer A Clean Energy In Indiana

According to Senator Beverly Gard who filed to amend Clean Energy Bill SB 251 this morning, such resources as wind energy, solar power, biomass and hydro power might not be considered to be clean…Continue

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Started Feb 17, 2011

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Solar No Longer A Clean Energy In Indiana

According to Senator Beverly Gard who filed to amend Clean Energy Bill SB 251 this morning, such resources as wind energy, solar power, biomass and hydro power might not be considered to be clean energy producers in Indiana.  Indiana seems to be redefining what they think as clean energy to cater only to clean coal, natural gas and nuclear power. Read the amended statement below:MADAM PRESIDENT:    I movethat Senate Bill 251 be amended to read as follows:<!-- WP CommentSOURCE: Page 2, line…See More
Feb 17, 2011
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"Hi Eric, What is this project?"
Mar 11, 2010
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Feb 25, 2010

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Illiana Power Corporation offers clean energy ideas and solutions for residential and commercial clients throughout the Midwest.

Investing in solar energy means investing in the long-term health of the environment. We do more than just install solar systems—we live and invest in your community. We understand that purchasing a solar power system is not an impulse buy. The first step is always making sure that solar energy is right for you and your lifestyle, taking into account your home or business design, electricity usage, and budget.

On both National and State levels, there are incentives in place to help "level the economic playing field" between renewable energy sources and finite energy sources. We offer assistance in obtaining these incentives to all of our clients to lower overhead cost and meet return on investment expectations.
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At 3:34pm on March 11, 2010, Kathleen M. Rice said…
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