Lawmakers reached an agreement, putting together $14.5 billion in energy tax breaks as part of a major energy bill years in the making. Both the House and Senate are expected to approve the bill this week.
The deal would provide more than $8.4 billion over the next decade to traditional energy industries -- including oil, natural gas, coal, electric utilities and nuclear power. A little more than $5 billion would go towards renewable sources of energy, energy efficiency and cleaner-burning vehicles.
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