House holds energy, water funding steady

10/1/2009 | Las Vegas Sun

The House this week agreed to spend $33.5 billion on energy and water projects, less than the Obama administration requested and just slightly up from $33.3 billion in the previous year. The Senate will consider the plan next week. Under the plan, spending for energy-efficiency programs that deal with solar energy, vehicle technology and biofuels will grow by $314 million, and funding to modernize the electric-power grid will increase by $35 million.

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