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National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)
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National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)


toll-free:  (800) 346-9140

Spanish:  (800) 411-3222

E-mail: information@ncat.org

Since 1976, the non-profit National Center for Appropriate Technology has been promoting technologies and approaches that enable people to protect natural resources and live better lives. NCAT staff members,including farmers, energy engineers, economists, and architects, have hands-on experience with the full range of energy technologies and agricultural processes. We have designed and managed many energy efficiency programs for agencies, utilities, and private clients. Our National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service (ATTRA) assists agricultural producers with a wide range of information needs, including those who would like to conserve energy and explore energy alternatives.

Last updated 2009-08-17

The National Agricultural Law Center - Reading Room
University of Arkansas School of Law

Office:  (479) 575-7640

E-mail: NatAgLaw@uark.edu

The room contains information specific to agriculture and energy, including an overview article, major statutes and regulations, case law, Center publications, materials from many government agencies and additional resources that will prove beneficial to attorneys, researchers, farmers and others involved in the renewable energy field.

Last updated 2009-03-24

The Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP)

E-mail: tiap@aceee.org

The Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP), sponsored by a coalition of public interest nonprofit groups, government agencies, and other organizations in the energy efficiency field, is designed to give consumers and businesses information they need to make use of the federal income tax incentives for energy-efficient products and technologies passed by Congress as part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and subsequent legislation.

Last updated 2009-08-25

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