As we stumble into the year’s end, bleary-eyed from an unusually busy month that saw some huge steps forward–like approval of the government funding bill that includes key priorities for clean tech–and some disappointment–like the decision not to expand and extend the investment tax credit–we look to 2020 for additional progress. First, the House of […]
2018 Mid-Term Elections: What Could They Mean for Clean Energy and Innovation?
As the final ballots are tallied from the mid-term elections, the 38 North Solutions team is taking stock of how changes in the make-up of both House and Senate could impact clean energy and innovation public policy. On the House side, the decisions on Speaker and key Chairmanships will likely take place the week after […]