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Why “Passive Activities” May Be Clean Energy’s Biggest Hurdle

  If you care about the future of the American renewable energy industry, you need to learn what the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) calls “passive activities.”  Because these important rules mean that as long as the U.S. relies on the tax code to provide renewable energy incentives, renewable energy can only grow as fast as [...] Related posts: Federal Tax Credits May Handcuff Clean Energy Development America and Germany Getting Their Clean Energy Just Desserts Man Heats 4,000 Sq.
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