SB 314: Renewable Energy Technologies Tax Credits [RPCC]
GENERAL BILL by Constantine
Renewable Energy Technologies Tax Credits [RPCC]; Revises provisions relating to the renewable energy source exemption for improved real property. Prohibits granting an exemption if a renewable energy source device is installed before July 1, 2008. Specifies that items identified by the Department of Environmental Protection as being eligible for a sales tax exemption on equipment, machinery, and other materials for renewable energy technologies are limited to only one refund, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2008 Senate - Died in Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 7135 (Ch. 2008-227)
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• Referred to Environmental Preservation and Conservation; Communications and Public Utilities; Finance and Tax; General Government Appropriations
• Introduced, referred to Environmental Preservation and Conservation; Communications and Public Utilities; Finance and Tax; General Government Appropriations -SJ 00023
• Died in Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 7135 (Ch. 2008-227)
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