September 24, 2008

Green victory from senate bill proposal

Expansion within the US green sector could further explode if the House of Representatives and the president will approve the $18bn clean energy tax incentives passed by the Senate yesterday as part of the huge Baucus-Grassley bill. The amended proposal replaced the H.R. 6049 energy tax legislation approved in the House of Representatives earlier this year.
"This bill’s energy tax incentives will spark clean, homegrown sources of power and thousands of good-paying jobs here at home, too,” said Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.). “These tax cuts for jobs, energy and families are coming not a moment too soon.”

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