DOE To Offer $150M In Clean Tech Tax Credits

Law360, New York (February 7, 2013, 7:44 PM EST) -- The Energy Department said Thursday it would offer up $150 million in tax credits for clean energy and energy efficiency projects, the last of $2.3 billion in stimulus money the agency has injected into the clean technology sector to encourage clean manufacturing.

The DOE will award the Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit on a competitive basis to small-scale projects that show they’re commercially viable and technically innovative, and demonstrate their ability to create domestic jobs and chip away at greenhouse gas pollution.

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