Washington (April 16, 2003) - The House voted 247 to 175 to approve an energy policy bill that includes some $18.7 billion in tax incentives for energy conservation and production of traditional and alternative fuels.

The bill, H.R. 6, would provide $6.7 billion in conservation provisions, $5.7 billion in reliability provisions, and $6.4 billion in production provisions, according to estimates from the Joint Committee on Taxation

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