This fascinating piece explains how pension funds can hedge their investments in utilities against the potential and/or pending disruption of a growing share of distributed, renewable power generation on utilities’ revenues within current tax laws, while also supplying more financial resources to accelerate progress towards distributed generation. It also makes clear that renewal of existing federal incentives such as the Production Tax Credit for wind and the Investment Tax Credit for solar are not necessary to growth for these (and other) renewables in the market.
Pension Funds Key to Renewable Energy Finance
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