223 CO Feed-In Tariffs Updates

223 CO Feed-In Tariffs Updates - Feed In Tariff Updates DDI...

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Feed In Tariff Updates DDI 2008 CO McCleary Feed In Tariff Updates Index 1 ***Notes*** 2 States Solvency 3-8 9 RPS Counterplan 10-11 Solvency Frontline 12-15 Extensions 16-17 “FERC you!”-Ross Smith
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Feed In Tariff Updates DDI 2008 CO McCleary ***Notes*** So yeah… I couldn’t find shit against this aff. It’s pretty solidly put together. I emailed Kade about trying to get some help with it, and he politely told me to fuck off. So this is what I’ve got. First, the states. They solve the shit out of this aff. Some states have already successfully implemented some form of the FIT already. Net benefit? Politics, of course. The good thing about this aff is that it links pretty hard to every generic, including the classic Obama good DA. Next, the fund R&D counterplan. I only have one card but its got pretty solid warrants that claim all of their advantages. I couldn’t find any net benefit for this, but I’m sure one exists. Be creative. Run the RPS counterplan. Basically, with this counterplan you can cheat and take all the evidence from the SS file as solvency. They have a trade advantage on the wiki that you can use as a net benefit. Trade solves everything. Now onto non-net beneficial DA’s. As I said before, this case bites hard to all of your generics. Any economy DA turns case, and turns it badly. They don’t specify any type of alternative energy, so get links off of all of them. . The solvency takeouts aren’t bad. It’s the best I could find. Deal with it. Bottom line, run the counterplans, run your generics, win on the offcase. Have a Field Day -Perfect Pat “FERC you!”-Ross Smith
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Feed In Tariff Updates DDI 2008 CO McCleary States Solvency State actions solve for RET developer confidence Alexander Duncan , staff writer, 10/8/ 07 , Inside Energy with Federal Lands, “Bush Administration has high hopes for renewable- energy conference”, pg lexis //EM " Having incentives to produce more and install more is what we really want ," he said. "In the climate world they're looking for mandates and targets but in the renewable energy subsection of that world , I think our industry and the countries are quite comfortable with country and even sub-country action plans."State renewable portfolio standards are a perfect example of such "sub-country action plans," Eckhart said. States can implement the plan just as effectively – California proves DSIRE 08 California Incentives for Renewable Energy “California Feed-in Tariff” http://www.dsireusa.org/library/includes/incentive2.cfm? [Mills] California enacted legislation (Assembly Bill 1969) in September 2006 requiring every electrical corporation to file with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) a standard tariff for renewable energy output produced by a public water or wastewater agency that is a retail customer of an electrical corporation
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