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Wind Energy Industry Pushes for Tax Credit Extension

Later this year, the federal Wind Energy Production Tax Credit will expire.

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PA PUC Removes Hold On Renewable Energy Credit Applications for Non-PUC Electricity Users

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission recently removed a hold placed on credit applications for renewable energy sources controlled

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Corbett Rolling Back PA's Renewable Energy Focus

When Ed Rendell left the Pennsylvania governor's office last year after two terms, he and others said his lasting environmental lega

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of October 1, 2003

This week on The Allegheny Front: a look at concerns about renewable wind energy in the Appalachian Mountains, can wooly bears predict ho

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Fill 'Er Up'--With Fuel Grown On Local Farms

Some farmers in the Northeast are in the midst of an experiment in energy independence: They're growing crops that produce the fuel

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Critics Question Renewable Fuel at Ohio Electric Plant

As electric utilities scramble to reduce pollution and meet new state renewable energy regulations, one Ohio company has decided to scrap

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Geothermal Growing And Wind Power Gets Boost

Geothermal power plants turn heat from under the Earth into electricity. It's a way of making power with practically no pollution.

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Pittsburgh Company Buys Energy Credits for G-20 Summit

Direct Energy Business, wants to show off Pittsburgh's green progress when it becomes an international hub next week.

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Energy Bill to Include Boost for Biomass?

Congress could wrap up a huge energy bill by this fall. It could include a minimum renewable energy standard for utilities.

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Tax Incentives Put Solar within Reach

Buying a solar system for your home still is not as simple or inexpensive as say picking up a new water heater.

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