Biden Administration Gives $4B in Clean Energy Tax Credits

The Biden administration plans to allocate $4 billion in tax credits to over 100 clean energy projects across 35 states. This initiative hopes to enhance domestic manufacturing of clean energy equipment, covering areas like hydrogen production, wind energy, and battery technology. 

This all is part of a larger trend toward climate-friendly infrastructure, with funds directed towards communities impacted by the decline of the coal industry. Projects are expected to receive up to 30% of their costs in tax credits. 

Renewable energy development and industrial decarbonization are key pieces of the energy transition. Initiatives like this could make a big difference. 

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