Politico: Kerry to Unveil Energy Tax Incentives Bill
Politico reports that Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) will unveil today an energy tax incentives bill.
Coral Davenport writes in Politico’s Morning Energy:
He just won’t quit: In the wake of his failed climate change push, John Kerry today drops a clean energy financing bill, which extends tax incentives for energy efficient buildings, natural gas vehicles and biodiesel, and provides an additional $3.5 billion for renewable energy bonds. His “Clean Energy Technology Act” will likely be one in a long line of bills in coming year from climate change advocates, who recognize that the political landscape will make it impossible to move a comprehensive bill before 2012, and will in the meantime take smaller bites at the apple.