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Incentive Fact Sheets

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Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE). Exit EPA disclaimer
Additional and frequently updated information on state, local, utility, and federal renewable energy incentives is available at this site.

The incentive sheets contain information about federal and state incentives that are available for renewable energy generation and contaminated land redevelopment in each state. While these incentives are typically offered by separate programs, there may be sites at which multiple incentives may be combined to facilitate the development of contaminated lands for renewable energy.

Each fact sheet includes information on available funding (grants, loans, bonds, etc.), tax incentives (abatements, deductions, credits, etc.), technical assistance and other incentives offered at the state level. In addition you can find information on renewable portfolio standards, net metering, public benefits funds, electricity generation by energy source, limitations on liability, estimated number of contaminated properties, and points of contact as of November 2008.

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Each incentive fact sheet is in PDF format, 2 pages in length, and approximately 200K to 500K in size.

Also available is a fact sheet on federal incentives (PDF) (2 pp, 228K).

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