Setting Priorities

Setting Priorities Results
  • Whether reducing air pollution from energy production should be a high or low priority
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  • Whether reducing greenhouse gases from energy production should be a high or low priority
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Green Banks

Green Banks Results
  • Whether to create a national green bank seeded with $35 billion
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Tax Incentives

Tax Incentives Results
  • Whether to provide a tax credit for the cost of equipment that produces clean energy, such as solar panels or wind turbines, or stores clean energy: up to 30%
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for the amount of electricity produced with clean energy, equal to up to 5-10% of the average retail cost of electricity
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for the production of transportation fuel that produces 25% fewer emissions than the current average: up to $1 per gallon
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for building a new energy-efficient home or residential building: up to $3,000
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for making energy-saving improvements such as fuel-efficient lighting, doors, windows, or insulation: up to $6,500
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for installing a new energy-efficient heating or air conditioning system: up to $1,500
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for building new energy-efficient commercial buildings: up to $4.75 per square foot
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for making energy-saving improvements to commercial buildings that reduce energy: up to $9.25 per square foot
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for an investment in the development of first-of-its-kind clean energy technology to produce, store or distribute energy: up to 30%
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit of the cost of installing first-of-its-kind clean energy technology: up to 40%
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for clean energy produced using first-of-its-kind technology: up to 60% of the sales price
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  • For manufacturers of fully electric buses, whether to provide a tax credit for each bus sold: equal to 10% of the sales price
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  • For people buying cars, whether to provide a tax credit for purchasing a new electric car: up to $7,500
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  • For people earning $30,000 or less, whether to provide a tax credit for purchasing a used electric car: up to $5,000
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for the cost of installing a charging station that can be used by anyone: up to 75%
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  • Whether to provide a tax credit for the cost of installing a charging station that can be used by anyone: at least 50%
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