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The future of energy efficiency tax credits

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BRUCE KRASNOW

Business Matters

Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 12:00 pm

More than 4,000 construction projects throughout New Mexico have taken advantage of tax credits offered by the state for solar and energy-efficient construction.

When the program winds down and all the credits are claimed in 27 New Mexico counties, $39.1 million will have gone to owners of residential projects and $1.6 million to owners of commercial buildings, according to Ken Hughes, clean energy program manager for the state Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department.

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