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HR550 IH Securing America\'s Energy Independence ACT 2007

47 Signatures Goal: 100

Key Details of the Bill: ~Extends the ITC for all residential and commercial solar and fuel cell equipment for 8 additional yrs. ~Modifies the residential and commercial tax credit for photovoltaics to $1,500 per half kilowatt ~Removes the 30% cap for commercial photovoltaics installations and the $2,000 cap on residential photovoltaic installations. ~Provides AMT relief for fuel cells and solar. ~Provides 3-year accelerated depreciation for commercial solar and fuel cell projects.

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This bill was introduce into congress Jan. 18, 2007 Sign today to tell congress that America wants alternative energy resources at an affordable cost!!! Make sure your friends in the red states sign!!! We will present this petition to Congressman George Miller, Senator Dianne Feinstein, and Senator Barbara Boxer.

Links

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/zc110:H.R.550.IH: http://www.nrdc.org/globalwarming/qthinice.asp http://theclimateproject.com/ http://www.southbaymobilization.org/newsroom/earthwarming.htm

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Signatures

  • 6 years ago
    rik langham India
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    John Ott United States
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    David C. Tarsi United States
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    Warren Smith United States
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    Philip Alan Ross United States
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    Richard Reece United States
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    Jim & Mihwa Rode United States
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    Nicole Trotta United States
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    Patty Riley United States
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    Ann Riedl United States
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    Dyan Shield United States
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    Jeffrey Ligman United States
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    Roberto Barahona United States
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    Steven Leslie United States
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