Law360 (November 19, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- A growing concern over climate change and dependency on non-renewable resources has brought renewable, or "green," energy to the vanguard of public policy and consumer sentiment.
The U.S government is currently offering tax incentives for private implementation of green energy technologies and has committed funds to energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives.
At the same time, consumer demand has increased for green products and services, driving producers to offer an ever expanding number of eco-friendly products and services.
Phrases (e.g. "going green" and "living an eco-friendly lifestyle") have even been created to describe the consumption of green energy products. As such...
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