From Climate Extra

House Panel Floats $150 Billion Clean Power Program In Budget Package

September 9, 2021
House Energy & Commerce Committee Democrats are floating details of their budget “reconciliation” bill including a clean electricity program with a tighter definition of qualifying facilities than an earlier panel proposal, alongside a sprawling collection of federal investments in low-carbon power, transportation, and buildings. Overall, the draft bill the committee is poised to release would spend just over $250 billion on climate-related efforts -- with $150 billion alone going toward a Clean Electricity Performance Program (CEPP) that offers payments for...

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