New Federal Energy Tax Credits

by schmidt on February 27, 2009 · 3 comments

in Miscellaneous Schmidt,Power and Energy Conservation

My Architect Andre forward this link to me, it has a good outline of the new tax credits available to people who invest sustainably in their homes.  These are Federal Tax credits, so they should be good anywhere in the US, but of course talk to your tax person.  Many thanks to President Obama for his leadership on this.www.energycode.com

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1 Alexey 11.20.15 at 1:12 pm

the absolute setgints for set driver work the same as when you move a tag and make it absolute so it keeps the correct object. if driver is set to 0 and driven is set to scale 30, absolute driven drops scale to 0 to match. if you use relative driven then it will remain at scale 30 when your driver slider is at 0.i hope that makes sense. great turorial chris as usual

2 http://www.allweb.space/jackmansystems.com 12.05.15 at 7:08 am

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3 http://www.url2go.site/vaidalaw.com 12.10.15 at 1:36 am

Hey, that’s the greatest! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?

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