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The Alternative Agenda: Renewable Energy Grants Face Crucial Vote and Cancun Fallout

Renewable Energy Grants: A Prisoner to Senatorial Whim Renewable Energy Grants (or, wonkishly 1603 grants) face crucial vote today What will become of the popular grants, which cover up to 30 percent of the cost of renewable projects? Right now, it appears as …

Cornerstone Conversation: Richard T. Brandt, Marathon Capital

Richard “Ted” Brandt co-founded energy-focused investment bank Marathon Capital more than 10 years ago, initially to advise middle-market power and energy companies and eventually solar, wind and other renewable energy companies. After years of sustained growth, partly supported by stimulus funds, Brandt is …

The Week in Green Energy: Getting to 1603?

On Thursday night Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D ? Nev.) introduced a tax package with a provision that would extend by one-year important green energy stimulus programs, including the very popular 1603 cash grants. By adding the green funding provisions Reid hopes …

Exclusive: Energy Secretary Chu Calls for Extension of 1603 Cash Grants

In a conference call on Wednesday Energy Secretary Steven Chu said the Obama administration supports the extension of key stimulus-funded renewable energy subsidy programs, including the very popular 1603 cash grants.

The Week In Green Energy: On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

Welcome to day one of the fourth quarter…2011 is only 90 days away! That’s just 90 days before crucial stimulus programs, including the very popular 1603 cash grants, expire. With Congress adjourned and a Democratic majority that’s fighting for its survival, it sure doesn’t …