What are some public policy changes about renewable energy vs using oil?

Question by Shayan: What are some public policy changes about renewable energy vs using oil?
Are there any recent bills or laws that were recently passed trying to encourage using and finding new means of renewable energy to no longer rely on foreign countries for oil. What organizations are involved? Whether they are nonprofit or private, what are there incentives? What are some new technologies for renewable energy or even processes? Such as wind power/solar power/ plant bottles? Which states are more prepared and what is the likely out come if we do not find a renewable resource to replace oil?

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Answer by Robert Sherrington
Nothing, politicians aren’t really doing much to help the Earth outb with the Global Warming crisis, oil is depleating and we’re reaching peak oil, that’s why the prices are so high. They won’t listen to the dawm Conservatives and actuall do anything about it anjd put a renewable energy source into mass production until the last drops are pulled from the depths of the Earth. And then I speculate that there will be paranoia.

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  1. Several states have tax incentives and federal grants that are beneficial for home and property owners that want to go solar. Some of the Atlantic states have incentives listed here: http://www.solareworld.com/solar-incentives

    Note that I’m not sure how up to date this is. The incentives expire and get renewed or changed at some point.

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