DETROIT – Provisions that extend and enhance tax incentives for buyers of battery, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles are headed to the Senate floor, following their approval by the Senate Finance Committee. The package, which also features credits for investors in hydrogen refueling technology, opens a loophole for hybrid electric vehicle buyers. Gone is a 1992 rider that makes all compensation contingent on the ratio of power supplied by a hybrid’s electric motor. Instead of requiring the ...
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