1603 cash grant overcomes first hurdle – but are manufacturing tax credits part of the plan?

Wednesday afternoon, the Senate passed a tax bill that includes a one-year extension of the Treasury Department's Section 1603 cash grant program – which converted a 30% tax credit for solar, fuel cell, biomass, geothermal, waste conversion, or other renewable energy property to a cash grant. The gr...

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