Small Tesla Generator Provides Alternative As Tax Credits Come to an End
There is uncertainty in the air as the coveted tax credits are coming to an end. Tax credits for both solar and wind power have enable many people to make the move towards alternative energy whilst having the comfort knowing that a chunk of their investment in the technology will be covered by the government in the form of tax credits.
However with these tax credits coming to an end how on earth can most ordinary homeowners afford the initial cost of setting up either a solar or wind powered sustainable energy system.
The answer is as always the Tesla generator. It is a Micro system and you can build your alternative energy system up in stages, rather like building blocks.
The initial investment is small and the expertise required is minimal.
You can pick up the blueprints that you will need for your small Tesla generator here on my site.
If you haven’t heard from the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), you probably will.
Ominous, scary ads are running nationwide warning of the crushing blow to American jobs if Congress fails to extend the Production Tax Credit (‘PTC’), the 20-year ‘temporary’ subsidy most credited for market growth in the wind sector. The PTC is due to expire at the end of this year.
Most of the ads target particular House members who, so far, have resisted the industry’s demands for their PTC earmark. The pressure is particularly heated right now as Congress negotiates the payroll tax holiday bill, which is viewed by many as the last best chance to attach an extension of the PTC before November’s presidential election.
AWEA is also leaning on its friends to do its bidding. Politicos from wind-friendly states like Iowa, and Kansas have written letters to members of the Congressional conference committee that’s now hashing out the tax bill. The letters repeat the same tired talking points about jobs. Read more: