Feds unveil $150M in clean-energy manufacturing tax credits

02/7/2013 | American City Business Journals

The departments of Energy and the Treasury are offering $150 million in tax credits for clean-energy and energy-efficiency manufacturing businesses. The tax credits come from unspent funds under the Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit. "Manufacturing the clean energy products of the future in America will create good, middle-class jobs right now and help law the groundwork for the long-term resilience of our economy," said acting Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin.

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