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Wilson On Green Energy Taxes

"Tax incentives did drive wind power in Iowa, where wind now generates one-fifth of all electricity, said Elizabeth Wilson, a professor of energy and environmental policy at the University of Minnesota.

The issue, Wilson and other experts agree, is that tax incentives are a temporary solution. Tax credits and lower tax rates might jump-start the renewable energy industry. They cannot sustain it."

Read the full Star Tribune article here.

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