Wind Energy Rebate Passes House Vote

Uncategorized

0  Updated at 1:22 am, April 1st, 2011 By: Managing Editor
Share This Story

(BOISE) – Idaho’s House of Representatives has passed a measure that would give tax rebates to wind energy developers. The bill would extend existing six percent tax incentives for wind turbine projects, but would decrease their size. Idaho Falls Rep. Erik Simpson, who opposed the bill, says taxpayers would pay an estimated $70 million to support the already wealthy wind energy developers. Officials with Idaho Power applauded the decision, and supports the state’s initiative to produce clean, reliable, and affordable energy.



Stories You May Be Interested In:

Idaho Falls man arrested for alleged sexual exploitation of a child

27 Feb 2017

EastIdahoNews.com staff

Local processing plant suffers $100,000 in damages

21 Feb 2017

Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com