100% depreciation tax credit in 2011 will boost U.S. demand this year

In conversations over the past few weeks with solar project developers and tax equity lawyers, we have heard strongly positive new developments on tax subsidies in the U.S. that are likely to boost demand significantly in 2011. Specifically, a few weeks ago, we started hearing rumors of a 100% bonus...

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