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Maryland tax credit bill introduced

Wind is among the renewable technologies to receive a production tax credit in Maryland in a new bill introduced recently in the state legislature. Other technologies being considered for a credit, under the Maryland Energy Efficient Technology Tax Act, are various types of biomass using chicken manure. The bill also proposes investment tax credits for the buying of solar energy equipment and ultra-efficient new heating and cooling equipment, vehicles, and homes. Adding to its chances of passage is the fact that HB 20 was introduced in the Maryland House of Delegates by the speaker, the most powerful of the state delegates.

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