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Congress Considers AFV Incentive Legislation (HR4)

During the upcoming conference deliberations, differences between the House and Senate versions of the Energy bill will be addressed. Both the House and Senate Energy Bills contain consumer tax incentives that will assist transportation markets. All major vehicle manufacturers have introduced, or plan to introduce, new technology and alternative fuel vehicles into the marketplace. Consumer based tax credits will encourage consumers to purchase these advanced technology vehicles during early market introduction and establish a basis for sustainable and cost-competitive volumes in the future. New advanced technology vehicles (encompassing alternative fuels, battery electrics, hybrids and fuel cells) offer tremendous promise in addressing national energy security, energy diversity and environmental goals. For more information see:

1. Sample letters on AFV incentive legislation:

2. AFV incentive legislation House / Senate Bill comparison*

3. Energy Plan proposed (House and Senate versions)*



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