Solar CEO: As Tax Credits Expire, Consolidation Coming In Solar Industry
The 114th Congress got started this week and already Democrats and Republicans are butting heads on the issue of energy.
President Obama has threatened to veto a Republican bill to complete the Keystone XL pipeline. The question of ending a ban on U.S. oil exports is also on the table. Meanwhile, the renewable industry is also closely watching the fate of a federal tax credit that will expire at the end of the year.
All week, Here & Now has been talking about energy and the new Congress. Today, Tony Clifford, CEO of Standard Solar, joins host Lisa Mullins to discuss what effect a Republican Congress will have on the solar industry.
More from our series this week:
- Lingering Questions About Health And Environmental Risks From Fracking
- Wisconsin Is Latest State To Consider Fees On Electric, Hybrid Vehicles
- Energy Showdown Tops Congressional Agenda In New Session
- Tony Clifford, CEO of Standard Solar in Rockville, Maryland.
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