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TweetThis year’s federal tax credits for energy efficiency improvements don’t look quite as enticing as last year, but I’ll let you be the judge: For measures installed between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2011, the credit is generally 10% of costs on qualifying energy efficiency improvement measures, up to a maximum of $500. However, [...]
To solve the parking problem and revitalize downtown areas, one urban planner recommends INCREASING the cost of parking your car!
Money not only talks, it also writes legislation!
Who is in the examination room with you and your doctor? It’s Eli Lilly!
Holding energy prices low while trying to encourage efficiency is like handing out mini-bottles at the AA meeting.
Renewable energy requires more than just technological innovation – it’s forcing us to look at our business models in new and creative ways.