Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Last-Minute Plug for Hawaii BizTax Summit

Better late than never…… Never up, never in…… A stitch in time saves nine....

We're familiar with clichés and do our best to keep the art form flowing like the Hudson River.

The BizTax Summit Hawaii 2009 is happening tomorrow and will offer “the newest tax saving opportunities,” according to its website. Here’s one gem:

“…more than 90% of a solar photovoltaic system can now be paid for with tax benefits, completely eliminating your tax liability.”

Where’s the line to sign up?

Speakers include Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona, KGMB’s Howard Dicus and Mark Duda of Distributed Energy Partners. Duda’s also the President of the Hawaii Solar Energy Association.

We know. The train’s nearly left the station and we’re practically closing the barn door after the horse has bolted, but under the circumstances, it’s the best we can do. You snooze, you lose.

1 comment:

Patrick Kenji Takahashi said...

About Rob Varley and Lockheed Martin, my recollection is that he speculated, if all the right things happen:

10MW as early as 2013

100MW perhaps 2017

I was particularly surprised about the 100MW operational date, but he did say their engineers are already working on the design, indicating that this larger facility would be placed on a larger floating platform.