House Republicans want Indiana to lead the way in alternative fuels
INDIANAPOLIS House Republicans announced a plan today they say will help Indiana lead the way in alternative fuels such as biodiesel and ethanol. House Republican challengers and incumbents met this morning near the Indiana State Fairgrounds to release their plan for energy.
Their proposal would give state tax incentives for companies investing in renewable energy, and would help towns and cities attract new ethanol production facilities.
The plan also calls for a one-thousand dollar tax credit for people who own hybrid vehicles.
House Republicans also say they want the state government to be a better energy consumer. They want the state’s motor fleet to include flex-fuel vehicles and want an “energy audit” to find ways the state can save money on energy costs.
Nice of you guys to finally arrive at the issue. You’re only about twenty years too late. Please step to the back of the line and wait your turn.