Solar CEO: Energy policy is too partisan

  • Article by: DAVID SHAFFER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 1, 2012 - 4:59 PM

Joel Cannon of TenKsolar believes renewable energy can compete if given the same tax breaks long offered to the oil and gas industry.

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briechersSep. 2, 12 9:48 AM

Your last question reflects sloppy reporting. Romney stands for an all-the-above energy strategy that takes advantage of all of what we have here in North America including renewables. I'm sure you can find some place where he criticized today's approach, but that hardly supports such a misrepresentation of his overall position. Also, you seem to be suggesting that the lack of a master contract partnership structure is the only thing missing? I haven't heard one politician suggest that fixing the contract structure is core to making solar affordable. Make the change...who is fighting it? Further, we have to get better clarity between subsidies administered via the IRS and real taxes. It remained a blur following your article.

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