Sen. Brown Wants Energy Tax Credit Program Expanded to $5 Billion

Springfield News Sun

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and executives from seven Ohio companies Monday, Feb. 8, announced they are pursuing a new initiative to use tax credits to help firms that add jobs in the renewable energy industry.

To date, Ohio companies have received $125 million in federal tax credits through the Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credits, including $900,000 to AccuTemp of Dayton to expand production.

Brown said the plan “is aimed at creating more clean energy jobs in Ohio and preventing funds from being used to create jobs overseas.”

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