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Bipartisan Effort For Renewable-Energy Financing

17 Dec 2012

Bipartisan Effort For Renewable-Energy Financing

A rare bipartisan, bicameral coalition of lawmakers came together this week to push legislation that would make renewable-energy projects eligible for a public-private financing mechanism currently available to fossil-fuel developers. Sens. Christopher Coons, D-DE, and Jerry Moran, R-KS., and Reps. Peter Welch, D-VT, and Ted Poe, R-TX, are pushing a bill to make a financial tool called “Master Limited Partnerships” available to renewable-energy developers as well as oil companies.

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