House joins Senate in proposing to extend tax credit for solar But the leadership in the Senate has generally been opposed to targeted tax credits, preferring tax cuts to spur all businesses. The question, Saine says, is whether the Senate version will move to the floor for a vote. Rep. Charles Jeter (R Mecklenburg), another of the bill’s principal sponsors, agrees. "There is no question that the co sponsors show support, but they don’t mean anything if the bill doesn’t get to the floor," he says. "It’s like saying you won on time of possession in a football game." But he recommended ending it for solar projects on the theory that the credit had done its part to establish a strong solar industry in the state that could now stand on its own. Saine notes that
Wholesale jerseys from China support has gathered quickly for extending the tax credits for five years and including solar. Before the session started, he and other solar industry supporters thought their best shot might be to get some sort of "soft landing" for the industry by allowing projects started in 2015 to qualify for the credit even if they were not completed until next year. One key question for any energy legislation will be whether utilities in the state support or oppose the bill. Duke Energy and ElectriCities, which represents the state’s municipal utilities, oppose Szoka’s bill.
the considerate way of doing business. It tells buyers, no matter how long you TMve known them, that you’ve given some thought to their current challenges and that you’re looking for solutions that are "valid" to them. Top sales performers understand the challenges of their customers 21% better than the competition. (Source: 2006 Sales Performance Study) What is a Valid Business Reason? 1. It’s Valid: It’s all about the customer. Valid to customers means it’s worth making time to hear about how you can help solve a problem that keeps them up at night. 2. It’s Business: Research shows that many sales calls are too general and unfocused to be useful to buyers or sellers. Do your homework and manage your selling time. Understand their business. What are their challenges? What are they trying to fix, accomplish or avoid? 3. It’s a Good Reason: Not your reason. The customer’s reason for taking time out of a busy schedule for you, rather than spending it on other priorities. Tell the