Providing federal tax incentives for the purchase of used AFVs through 2030.
Would impose a tax on the greenhouse gas content of fossil fuels used by commercial shipping vessels engaged in international shipping in Arctic Circle waters in the thirty days prior to calling at a United States port.
Provides for ending new leasing of federal land for fossil fuel extraction in both the onshore and offshore environments.
Proposes an expansion in the scope of tax-exempt private activity bonds to include a wide variety of decarbonizing activities and projects.
Requiring all ships to track and then report all greenhouse gases emitted from the last port of call to the U.S. port of call, requiring that information to be made public, and supporting the development of efficiency rankings
Creating a federal capital grant program to provide developers of hydrogen stations with funding to defray half of the costs of equipping stations with hydrogen refueling infrastructure along FHWA’s designated alternative fuel corridors.
Creating a tax credit equal to 30% of the capital costs of stationary hydrogen refueling infrastructure equipment, including the equipment itself and any shipping, installation, commissioning, or other standard service costs included.
Would establish a requirement that metropolitan planning organizations consider projects' potentials to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Outlines how Congress can use a CES to put the U.S. on a path to 100% clean electricity by 2035.