Tax-credit renewals to spur alt-fuel growth in 2013, exec says

01/10/2013 | American City Business Journals

It will be a busy year for the alternative-fuel industry, thanks to the reinstatement of several biofuel-related tax incentives, said Rick Price, executive director of Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities. The tax-credit extensions are "going to help move people that have been teetering on the edge," Price said. "This year's going to be very busy going out and reinvigorating those people," he stated.

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