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S.3188 American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 25, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Eco Periodicals » Blog Archive » Fired Up: Bioheat Gains Momentum ... - May 03, 2010 by Eco Periodicals - In the last six months, the American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010 (S.3188) was introduced in Washington, D.C. The bill would add renewable heating systems to the list of technologies that qualify for federal renewable energy ...

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      As noted by Eco Periodicals on May 03, 2010, "In the last six months, the American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010 (S.3188) was introduced in Washington, D.C. The bill would add renewable heating systems to the list of technologies that qualify for federal renewable energy ..." (http://ecoperiodicals.com/2010/05/04/fired-up-bioheat-gains-momentum-as-recovery-takes-hold/)
    • US Senators Introduce Renewable Heating Tax Credit ... - April 14, 2010 by Heat | Heating - The American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010 (S. 3188), would establish a corporate tax credit equal to 30% of the installed cost of biomass-fueled … US Senators seek boost for biomass heat plantsBusiness Green ...

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      As noted by Heat | Heating on April 14, 2010, "The American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010 (S. 3188), would establish a corporate tax credit equal to 30% of the installed cost of biomass-fueled … US Senators seek boost for biomass heat plantsBusiness Green ..." (http://heat-heating.efficientcy.com/heating/us-senators-introduce-renewable-heating-tax-credit-renewableenergyworld-com-6992/)
    • US Senators seek boost for biomass heat plants - April 13, 2010 by Forests.org: Forest Protection Portal RSS Newsfeed - "Businesses are some of our nation's biggest consumers of thermal energy, and S.3188 will provide a powerful incentive to switch to biomass fuels that we produce here in America." ...

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      As noted by Forests.org: Forest Protection Portal RSS Newsfeed on April 13, 2010, ""Businesses are some of our nation's biggest consumers of thermal energy, and S.3188 will provide a powerful incentive to switch to biomass fuels that we produce here in America." ..." (http://forests.org/shared/reader/welcome.aspx?linkid=158846)

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    • Fired Up: Bioheat Gains Momentum as Recovery Takes Hold - May 03, 2010 by Renewable energy access - ...renewable heating higher up on their energy agendas. In the last six months, the American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010 (S.3188) was introduced in Washington, D.C. The bill would add renewable heating systems to the list of technologies that qua

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      As noted by Renewable energy access on May 03, 2010, "...renewable heating higher up on their energy agendas. In the last six months, the American Renewable Biomass Heating Act of 2010 (S.3188) was introduced in Washington, D.C. The bill would add renewable heating systems to the list of technologies that qua" (http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2010/05/fired-up-bioheat-gains-momentum-as-recovery-takes-hold?cmpid=rss)
    • US Senators seek boost for biomass heat plants - April 13, 2010 by EcoEarth News - ...and electric, wind, and geothermal," he said. "Businesses are some of our nation's biggest consumers of thermal energy, and S.3188 will provide a powerful incentive to switch to biomass fuels that we produce here in America." As leading Republicans dig

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      As noted by EcoEarth News on April 13, 2010, "...and electric, wind, and geothermal," he said. "Businesses are some of our nation's biggest consumers of thermal energy, and S.3188 will provide a powerful incentive to switch to biomass fuels that we produce here in America." As leading Republicans dig " (http://www.businessgreen.com/business-green/news/2261288/senators-seek-boost-biomass)
    • US Senators seek boost for biomass heat plants - April 13, 2010 by BusinessGreen.com - ...and electric, wind, and geothermal," he said. "Businesses are some of our nation's biggest consumers of thermal energy, and S.3188 will provide a powerful incentive to switch to biomass fuels that we produce here in America." As leading Republicans dig

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      As noted by BusinessGreen.com on April 13, 2010, "...and electric, wind, and geothermal," he said. "Businesses are some of our nation's biggest consumers of thermal energy, and S.3188 will provide a powerful incentive to switch to biomass fuels that we produce here in America." As leading Republicans dig " (http://feeds.businessgreen.com/c/554/f/7118/s/9f90eda/l/0L0Sbusinessgreen0N0Cbusiness0Egreen0Cnews0C22612880Csenators0Eseek0Eboost0Ebiomass/story01.htm)
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