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A revamped "green energy" tax incentive will be proposed by Mr. Obama today, attacking the $4 Billion in sibsidies presently given to oil companies.
The current tax deduction was created in the 2005 energy bill signed by George W. Bush. It allowed owners to take deductions for investments in energy efficient buildings that were designed to reduce heating, cooling, water heating, and interior lighting energy costs. But White House officials said the revamped tax incentive would be far more generous, because it would transform the current deduction into a credit, and would allow companies to be rewarded based on their performance improvements.
A company that could see benefits from the new proposal is General Electric (GE).
President Obama’s 2011 budget proposes to eliminate nine different tax expenditures that primarily benefit oil and gas companies.
"Companies that manufacture, produce, or extract oil and gas, or any primary derivative, receive a manufacturing subsidy, provided that the product was made in the United States. But since removing this subsidy does not affect the production of oil in the United States, the subsidy does not significantly affect business decisions."
The Congressional Joint Economic Committee determined that excluding Big Oil companies from this provision "will not increase consumer energy prices." Oil prices rose from $42 to $90 per barrel since this tax break was created in 2004, so it did nothing to keep prices down.