Washington (April 10, 2003) - The Senate Finance Committee has approved Committee chairman Sen. Charles Grassley's comprehensive package of energy tax incentives, including those for production of wind energy and purchase of electric and hydrogen fuel-cell cars.
"Investing in alternative forms of clean-burning energy is good for the environment, good for national security and energy independence, good for job creation and economic development, and good for taxpayers," said Grassley, who chairs the Senate's tax-writing Finance Committee and has a long history of promoting expanded use of renewable energy.
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