Michigan’s Emergency Manager Could Rescind Brownfield Agreements

Your Brownfield reimbursement agreements may be in jeopardy. A new [...]

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Emergency Financial Manager can Impact Brownfield Plans

In our May 24, 2012 blog entry, we cautioned that [...]

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The Latest Budget and Environmental Tax Credits

President Obama has several “last times” coming up. Among his [...]

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Michigan Senate Bill May Change Solar Energy Rates

The Michigan Senate is reviewing changes that would likely increase [...]

By |2022-03-09T17:06:57-05:00August 17, 2015|Categories: Economic and Tax Incentives, Energy|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Michigan Senate Bill May Change Solar Energy Rates

Tax Credits for Renewable Energy

A Mixed Bag So Far By Jeffrey D. Moss, Guest [...]

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Incentives – Still Picking “winners and Losers”? (Updated 2/10/12)

Governor Rick Snyder was adamant during the 2010 election campaign [...]

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