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LMDITTopicality
1Stacy
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INDEX1AEI = $ development and investment2AE = Renewable3AE = natural resource or harm to the environment4AE = not nuclear5AE = non-traditional sources6Incentive= determination or action7Incentive = to motivate8Incentive = reward for prior action9USFG = United States Faceters Guild10US = all 50 states11US = all 3 branches12Increase = to make greater13Increase = result in change14Substantially = considerable amount15Substantially = real or true16Should = obligation17Should = request from the past for future action18
2AC
AEI = development and investment19AE = non-renewable energy20US = any federation of states21
 
LMDITTopicality
2Stacy
Alternative Energy Incentives = funding for development and investment
Interpretation
– alternative energy incentives are government funded actions to encouragedevelopment and investments
Kotok in 2006
(Alan [American Computer Scientist] July 14, Fincancing Your Research in AlternativeEnergy. Science Careers, Journal of Science.http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_development/previous_issues/articles/2006_07_14/financing_ your_research_in_alternative_energy/(parent)/158) As in most other fields, researchers needing funds for their alternative-energy investigations often look togovernment and private sources. Since the 1970's at least, the U.S. federal government has had an interestin alternative sources of energy, although funding for those efforts has risen and fallen with economicconditions, fuel prices, and political administrations, among other factors. Recently, high oil prices haverenewed interest in alternative energy research. One consequence of the recent surge in oil prices is theEnergy Policy Act of 2005,which offers a series of grants and tax incentives to encourage development andinvestment in alternative energy sources: biofuels, forest biomass, wind, solar, and geothermal.
Violation
– the aff increases incentives for alternative energy in areas other than development or investments
Standards
 
Limits
– putting caps on what is included in AE incentives is crucial to the researchburden for the negative
Ground
– two specific parts to the topic area are best for both affirmative and negativeground
Predictability
limiting the AE incentive down to two possible areas is key to anypredictable ground and key to CP’s and DA’s
Voters
for predictability, jurisdiction and fairness
 
LMDITTopicality
3Stacy
Alternative Energy = Renewable
Interpretation
– alternative energy must be a renewable sourcehttp:// 
environment.nelson.com
/0176169040/glossary.html 
2008
Alternative Energy - Renewable energy sources, such as wind, flowing water, solar energy andbiomass, which create less environmental damage and pollution than fossil fuels, and offer analternative to nonrenewable resources.
Violation
– the aff doesn’t increase incentives for renewable energy sources
StandardsGround
– it’s key to CP and DA ground to have the most predictable interp of AE
Education
– in order to learn about the topic we must know the actual limitation of AE
Limits
– any other interp of the topic explodes the research burden beyond allpredictability
Voters
for ground, predictability and jurisdiction

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