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Recent Developments in Oregon's Renewable Energy Policy May Have An Adverse, And Unintended, Impact On Our Growing Energy Economy

Recent changes to the Business Energy Tax Credit program, both during the Legislature’s 2010 special session and via Oregon Department of Energy administrative rulemaking, have captured the attention of the public and the renewable energy community … and for good reason. There were significant modifications to the program that likely will have an adverse impact on renewable energy investment in Oregon. But there are several other legislative and regulatory developments that also will leave a mark on renewable energy development in Oregon.

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