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In an effort to continue with the push to live a greener lifestyle, renewable energy legislation in Texas offers many incentives for property owners and residents to establish processes to engage in methods to become more energy efficient. These renewable options can be implemented at both homes and businesses, and can also help people to reduce their monthly utility bills, in addition to saving the environment.
Solar and wind technologies are the future of being energy efficient, and Texas is home to abundant amounts of sun and strong winds. Renewable energy legislation in Texas is based on the understanding of the benefits of these options, and it encourages residents to educate themselves on the incentives offered. In fact, there are a number of tax and other monetary incentives that can even make using renewable energy lucrative for home and business owners throughout the state.
Currently, companies and business owners may deduct 10 percent of the total cost of the renewable energy system from their franchise tax. Renewable energy legislation in Texas also offers the possibility for corporations involved with the construction and selling of energy efficient equipment to be exempt from the franchise tax completely. This is an effort to attract the necessary equipment and businesses to expand renewable energy sources throughout the state of Texas.
Wind and solar energies are compatible with the incentives offered by the renewable energy legislation in Texas if these items are installed to store energy that supports heating and cooling for a property. If a business installs solar panels on the roof of its building, for example, it may be eligible. The same is true if an organization implements wind turbines on its property.
To apply for the incentives provided by recent renewable energy legislation in Texas, one must apply using Form 50-123, called “Exemption Application for Solar or Wind-Powered Energy Devices.” This form can be found on the state government’s website.
Besides incentives offered by the latest renewable energy legislation in Texas, solar and wind powered energy offers a sustainable way to power a property with minimal costs. Local government also offers credits and rebates that can be applied towards the price of installation. Simply put, engaging in renewable and more efficient energy not only helps you to preserve the environment, but it also gives you the opportunity to reduce your energy costs on a monthly basis.
With a variety of incentives, Texas is urging corporations and property owners to live a greener and more sustainable lifestyle for the long term.
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Pleasant Grove, UT (PRWEB) November 26, 2014
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation(OTCBB: FVRG), a leading direct marketing company and provider of health-centered products, today announced the inclusion of its legacy product, 24 Karat Chocolate®, in the company’s Build and Buy model. A seasonal version of the chocolate infused with natural orange flavors will be available for order beginning Friday, November 28, and delivery will begin the first week in December.
24 Karat Chocolate® is an all-natural, organic dark chocolate. Made primarily from a fruit called Theobroma Cacao, vanilla and cane sugar, 24 Karat Chocolate® is chemical and preservative free, unlike many of its competitors that use refined sugars, waxes and hormone-treated diary as fillers. Blended from proprietary formulas, the chocolate tops the USDA’s list of antioxidant-rich foods with an ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) of 13,120 per 100 grams. ORAC is a measure of the ability of foods to subdue harmful oxygen-free radicals in the body. The chocolate also supports healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels as well as circulation and contributes to mental clarity and increased energy. 24 Karat Chocolate® is available as Natural Teasers, Fondue Wafers or Seasonal Nuggets.
24 Karat Chocolate®, as well as other premiere legacy products created by ForeverGreen, will be available to consumers as a part of the company’s Build and Buy model. While the envelope products, PowerStrips, SolarStrips and BeautyStrips, will remain at the core of the company’s business model, other products like 24 Karat Chocolate®, Pulse, Azul and many more will be featured in the company’s catalog, the Farmer’s Market.
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes an expansive line of all natural whole foods and products to North America, Australia, Europe, Asia and South America, including their new global offerings, PowerStrips, SolarStrips and BeautyStrips. They also offer Azul and FrequenSea(TM), whole-food beverages with industry exclusive marine phytoplankton, the Versativa line of hemp-based whole-food products, immune support and weight management products, Pulse-8 powdered L-arginine formula, TRUessence(TM) Essential Oils and Apothecary, 24Karat Chocolate(R) and an entire catalog of meals, snacks, household cleaners and personal care products.
This press release contains certain forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that certain statements in this release are “forward-looking statements” and involve both known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors. Such uncertainties include, among others, certain risks associated with the operation of the company described above. The company’s actual results could differ materially from expected results.