Resources Archive - 2014 Q4

Key Research & Publications

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As U.S. energy demand increases, we can mitigate rising consumption through common sense clean energy policies which support a growing economy and sustainable practices.





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 Key Research & Publications  

The energy and environment industry and electricity markets are both complex and dynamic.  Reports on emerging trends and policies in these arenas are being released with increasing frequency. As technology improves and energy consumers obtain their information from a wider variety of sources, keeping up with important research and reports increases in importance.  The AnnDyl Policy Group monitors research on issues impacting the clean energy industries. This review helps inform our work and allows us to determine the most important and insightful energy analysis being published. Below is a list of recently-released key research and publications pertaining to the clean energy industry, each with a brief summary of major findings.  Click on the report title to view/download the full report.

DECEMBER 2014 

H.R. 5771 Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014
To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend certain expiring provisions and make technical corrections, and for other purposes.

Section-by-Section Summary of H.R. 5771


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NOVEMBER 2014 

H.R. 647 ABLE Act of 2014

Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2013 or the ABLE Act of 2013 - Amends the Internal Revenue Code to establish tax-exempt ABLE accounts to assist an individual with a disability in building an account to pay for qualified disability expenses. Defines "qualified disability expenses" to include expenses for education, including higher education expenses, a primary residence, transportation, obtaining and maintaining employment, health and wellness, and other personal support expenses.

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