As our nation’s leaders continue to ponder the energy crisis and look for answers to the complicated questions and challenges ahead of us, a group of state legislatures gathered together in the nation’s capital October 8-9, 2009, at the National Conference of State Legislatures Solar Policy Institute. Attendees were invited to examine the potential that Read more about State Legislators Gather in Washington to Discuss Solar Power[…]
Representative Franklin Foil U.S. Navy, was promoted to the rank of Captain at a ceremony on the LSU Parade Grounds on Tuesday, August 11th. His close friends and family were in attendance including: Judge Mike McDonald, Jeff Shaw – President of Gulf South Solar, Judge Foil and Jimmy Gill. A reception at the LSU Faculty Club Read more about Solar Advocate, Rep. Franklin Foil Promoted to Captain[…]
Governor Jindal has signed into law HB858 and SB224 this week! HB858 is an extension of our current law and will now allow for 3rd party ownership to claim the 50% state tax credit. We are very excited to announce that HB858 has now been signed into law. […]
Over 50 Environmental leaders from all over Louisiana came out to the Capital on Tuesday, May 26th to learn about important environmental legislation that is being considered by the Louisiana House and Senate. […]
Gulf South Solar, along with LSES went to the Capital on Tuesday to talk to lawmakers about a few of the many solar bills that have been submitted this session. While we were there, we were interviewed by LPB about the Solar Car Project and were asked our opinions on extending solar tax credits to businesses. Read more about LPB Covers Solar Bills at the Capital[…]
A team located in Buffalo, NY started a project called Solar Car Project. They built a solar powered car to travel the globe, where the journey began in the Great Lakes area on June 12, 2008. They travelled West to Oregon and Washington and up to Canada and in the Arctic Circle!
Homeowners across Louisiana who have purchase solar systems in 2008 are aware of the very generous Louisiana state tax credit and the 30% federal tax credits available to them. Businesses however, are currently only able to claim the federal tax incentives. […]