Georgia solar industry inching closer to the starting line.
28 Wednesday Mar 2012
The Clean Energy Property Tax Credit scored a victory of sorts yesterday as the senate passed the amended HB818, creating a new 10 million dollar pool of state revenues for natural gas vehicles, but leaving in tact the 5 million in solar/geothermal project credits. The Senate “Engrossed” the bill, meaning it cannot be amended further, and the House will either need to agree or disagree. This is the non-transparent part of the process; where Pages run back and forth between House and Senate and nobody knows “what’s up” until the scores are posted at the end. A conference committee, created in the instance where the House and Senate did not agree, would take place sometime tomorrow as the last day of the session drags out until the wee hours.