This group of promising energy sources often referred to as "orphan" technologies, collectively constitute the backbone of an all-of-the-above approach to energy production. Yet after 2016, hydropower, geothermal steam power, combined heat and power, closed- and open-loop biomass, municipal solid waste power, geothermal heat pumps, fuel cells, microturbines and so-called "small wind" will all cease to benefit from tax credits that are viewed as essential to their continued roll-out and eventual adaptation on a commercially viable scale.
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