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One year old, US climate law is already turbocharging clean energy technology

On a recent day under the July sun, three men heaved solar panels onto the roof of a roomy, two-story house near the banks of the Kentucky River, a few miles upstream from the state capitol where lawmakers have promoted coal for more than a century.

The U.S. climate law that passed one year ago offers a 30% discount off this installation via a tax credit, and that’s helping push clean energy even into places where coal still provides cheap electricity. For Heather Baggett’s family in Frankfort, it was a good deal.

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  • Daniel Waweru

    47 w

    Amazing energy here

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    • Gorffly mokua

      47 w

      Awesome 💯

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      • Harrison wambui

        48 w

        A very nice vibe

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        • winnie nguru

          48 w

          After all they didn't just pass the law. Its actually being implemented and the results? we can see them. Good job

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          • Rashid Kamau

            48 w

            The most important aspect of clean energy is the environmental sanctity that it promises to maintain.

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            • bonke reinhard

              48 w

              Awesome let's continue pushing together

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              • Munene Mugambi

                48 w

                This is such a positive

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