Section 30D of the US Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) provides business and individual taxpayers that purchase new qualified plug-in electric drive motor vehicles (“EVs”), including passenger vehicles and light trucks, with a nonrefundable tax credit. Section 30C of the IRC provides a nonrefundable investment tax credit equal to 30 percent of the cost of alternative fuel vehicle refueling property, which includes EV charging stations and hydrogen refueling stations. There are currently three primary proposals under discussion in Washington that could materially change these federal income tax credits. This Legal Update compares key aspects of these proposals. The three proposals are the Biden Administration FY 2022 Budget, the GREEN Act and the Clean Energy for America Act.
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