Oklahoma's House of Representatives unanimously voted to approve legislation that would limit tax incentives to wind developers.
On March 2, the House voted 89-0 in favor of H.B.1554. The bill, introduced by Oklahoma Rep. Earl Sears, R-District 11, would reduce zero-emission tax credits. If passed, the legislation would hamper the progress made to date by the state's wind industry.
As proposed, H.B.1554 would reduce the number of tax credits wind producers receive by nearly 70%. The bill now heads to the full Senate for consideration.
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