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Ground Source Heat Pump/Solar Energy System Equipment: New York Appellate Court Addresses Applicability of Tax Credit
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The New York Supreme Court (Appellate Division) (“Court”) addressed in a January 9th decision the applicability of the New York Solar Energy System Equipment Tax Credit (“Tax Credit”) to a ground source heat pump system (“Heat Pump”). See Suozzi v. Tax Appeals Tribunal of State. 2020 WL 97032. The…
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Combined Sewer System/NPDES Permit: City/County of San Francisco U.S. EPA Environmental Appeals Board Petition for Review
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The City and County of San Francisco (collectively “San Francisco”) filed a January 13th pleading before the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) Environmental Appeals Board (“EAB”) titled: Petition for Review of City and County of San Francisco’s Oceanside Wastewater Treatment…
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Wastewater Enforcement: Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment - Department of Environmental Quality and Phillips County Improvement District Enter into Consent Administrative Order
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment - Department of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”) and Southland Improvement District (“SID”) entered into a December 19th Consent Administrative Order (“CAO”) addressing an alleged violation of a Clean Water Act National Pollution Discharge Elimination…
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Arkansas Solid Waste Management Industry: Waste Corporation of America Announces Acquisition of Central Arkansas Recycling Disposal Services, LLC
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
WCA Waste Corporation (“WCA”) announced in a January 14th news release it acquired the Little Rock Division of Central Arkansas Recycling and Disposal Services, LLC (“CARDS”). WCA describes itself as a vertically integrated, non-hazardous solid-waste services company. The company operates in the…
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2020 Sources of New Electric Generating Capacity: U.S. Energy Information Administration Projects Predominance of Wind and Solar
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The United States Energy Information Administration (“EIA”) issued a January 14th report titled: New Electric Generating Capacity in 2020 Will Come Primarily from Wind and Solar (“Report”) EIA states that its most recent inventory of electric generators indicates that 76% of capacity that will…
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