The U.S. House of Representatives currently is looking at a bill, the Alternative Fuels Promotion Act, introduced in June by a bipartisan coalition of representatives. Included in the bill are provisions to help promote the use and purchase of alternative fuel vehicles, including: The institution of a 50 cents tax credit (per gasoline equivalent) for alternative fuel vehicles. Extending the tax credits available for electric vehicles and increasing the credits available for the ...

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