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Laura Ann Arnold
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I am a governmental affairs consultant working to promote renewable energy development in the State of Indiana. I am one of the founders of the Indiana Renewable Energy Association and created a blog to discuss renewable energy public policy at www.indianarenew.blogspot.com.

I am also working with the Hoosier Environmental Council to establish a Renewable Electricity Standard for the State of Indiana.

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Upcoming State Legislative Hearings on Energy Bills

Agenda for : House Small Business and Economic Development January 21, 1:30 PM, Room 156D State House, Indianapolis

Chairman : Reske

Vice-Chair : Sullivan

Members :

(D) Blanton, Cheatham, Michael, Robertson, VanDenburgh.

(R) Murphy R.M.M., Clere, Dermody, Messmer, Yarde.

Hearing Agenda:

HB 1415 Tax deduction for solar powered roof vents and fans.… Continue

Posted on January 19, 2009 at 8:05pm

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At 10:14am on December 7, 2009, GREENHEAT Solutions said…
Thanks for the friend connection!
At 6:22pm on July 23, 2009, Robyn Cornwell said…
Hi again-
To continue my message (only allowed 200 characters?), I'm runing the SBAP at two community colleges in CT now; just completed one with 16 graduates. It's still iffy. If I don't get enough for a "go" w/ either one I might leave the state. Think IN could use a class?
At 6:34pm on November 21, 2008, Bernie Dahl said…
It's been awhile but I definitely remember you. It good to reconnect with you. I am going to join this Home Power group.

Later, Bernie
At 4:34pm on November 21, 2008, Melody Thomas said…
Hi Laura,

Yes. I became a member here several weeks ago. But haven't found the time to work on my profile, etc... yet.
At 4:25pm on November 21, 2008, A Greener Indiana said…
Hello Laura,
DR here, I have found the netmetering information. If you don't mind I will post up the information in www.AGreenerIndiana.com/group/EnergyResource which is an open forum for this information.

I also wanted to take this time to ask if you would be willing to pop up a profile for your organization and upload its organizational cornerstones and information. This would give an interactive stop and view for the travelers transversing through the site and will also result in more hits to your own site as well as developing volunteers, support, in-kind, and publicity.
At 11:07am on November 20, 2008, Eric Stallsmith said…
I am trying to find out more info on net metering laws in Indiana and I am having trouble finding it.

If Indiana created the best climate for people to be able to tie into the grid with micro generation of wind, solar, etc and be able to make money on this then someday (hopefully soon) new technologies will emerge that enable people to make money by producing renewable power.

When the innovation occurs then people would generate power and green energy would wash over Indiana. This would support a huge number of jobs as businesses sell and install the equipment.

Thin film solar, home made or cheap wind turbines, hydrogen fuel cells, etc are all improving and one day people will be able to install these and produce electricity cheaply. I hope Indiana is ready for that day.

Mandating production of clean energy and other legislative approaches are great. Building huge wind farms are nice. I think that microgeneration is equally as important.
At 9:51am on November 20, 2008, Ellen said…
What is happening now to J. Long Thompson and Dennie Oxley proposals towards Clean Energy Fund? Green Boost incentive? Net Metering,? and Green Purchasing Policy? Is Gov.re-elect Daniels going to "amp" these energy development projects way up!?
At 12:09pm on September 17, 2008, Eric Cotton said…

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