Grassley, Loebsack weigh in on MidAmerican Energy project
U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley had a pretty unique perspective on MidAmerican Energy’s announced $1.9 billion wind energy project Wednesday.
As the author of the original wind energy production tax credit in 1992, he can — perhaps more than any other politician currently lining up to take some of the credit — take some pride in the value and success of the tax credit, particularly in his home state. Grassley introduced the credit as an amendment to the Energy Policy Act of 1992.
“Wind energy has proven that it’s a force in America’s energy supply, providing clean, renewable, and home-grown power,” he said. “Wind energy comes from local farms, it’s for local customers and, most often, it adds investment value to local communities.”
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