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Production Tax Credits (PTC) are a federal tax credit to producers of electricity generated by renewable energy. It’s designed to help subsidize the cost of clean energy and make it more competitive with fossil fuel energy sources. AFF plan will abolish the PTC. The biggest reason not to do an AFF plan to terminate PTC is that they are already ending. Existing law already terminated everything but wind energy PTC, and wind PTC ends on 31 Dec 2019. AFF evidence about the cost of PTC in the Status Quo is for projects that were already started before their PTC termination, since projects get PTC for their first 10 years in production. Once all the existing projects have been operating for 10 years, PTCs will go away on their own in the Status Quo, since no new ones will be issued after 12/31/2019.
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Coach Vance debated in National Forensic League debate while in high school from 1979-1982. In college, he judged at high school NFL tournaments in North Carolina. A homeschooling dad himself, he realized the growing potential and benefit of homeschool debate and switched over to coaching homeschoolers a couple years later. In 2001, he helped Chris Jeub with bringing The Blue Book to a more advanced level. He has been co-authoring Blue Book ever since.