Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy Budget and Tax Policy

1. Do you support increasing, maintaining, or reducing the funding levels for the U.S. Department of Energy's energy efficiency and renewable energy programs (likely to be funded at approximately $1 billion in fiscal Year 2004)?

_ INCREASE

_ REDUCE

_ MAINTAIN

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2. Do you support federal tax incentives to encourage consumers to purchase products such as cars, homes, appliances, and heating and cooling systems that are very energy efficient but which might otherwise be more expensive?

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3. Do you support federal tax incentives to expand the use of hybrid cars in this country?

YES NO Comment:

4. Do you support continuation of the federal tax incentives for ethanol? _ YES

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5. Do you support increasing, decreasing, or maintaining the current level of federal tax incentives and/or federal budget outlays to promote the use of solar energy technologies?

_ INCREASE

_ DECREASE

_ MAINTAIN

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6. Do you support increasing, decreasing, or maintaining the current level of federal tax incentives and/or federal budget outlays to promote the use of wind energy technologies?

INCREASE DECREASE MAINTAIN Comment:

7. Do you support increasing, decreasing, or maintaining the current level of federal tax incentives and/or federal budget outlays to promote the use of biomass/biofuels energy technologies?

INCREASE DECREASE MAINTAIN Comment:

8. Do you support increasing, decreasing, or maintaining the current level of federal tax incentives and/or federal budget outlays to promote the use of geothermal energy?

INCREASE DECREASE MAINTAIN

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9. Do you support increasing, decreasing, or maintaining the current level of federal tax incentives and/or federal budget outlays to promote the use of hydropower energy technologies?

_ INCREASE

_ DECREASE

_ MAINTAIN

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10. As the federal government expands its hydrogen development program, questions have been raised as to which fuel sources should be relied upon to produce the hydrogen. As a percentage of funding, how should the federal government allocate its resources among the potential hydrogen production sources?

_ % RENEWABLES (i.e., solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, hydropower)

_ % NUCLEAR POWER

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