IRS form gives tax credits - up to $30,000 - for installing E85 pumps
Inside Green Business (subscription only) reported in March that a draft version of Form 8911 made industry analysts worry that installation of E85 pumps would actually slow down because of the $30,000 limit. But that limit applied to taxpayers, not to each property. Two alternative energy groups advised their members to stop installing E85 pumps until the form could be revised. It seems that time has come.
[Source: Renewable Energy Access]
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