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Renewal of 'orphan' tax would boost Plug Power

Sen. Chuck Schumer, left, visited Plug Power Inc. on Feb. 1, 2016. Plug Power CEO Andrew J. Marsh, center, thanked Schumer for supporting for the company.
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Sen. Chuck Schumer, left, visited Plug Power Inc. on Feb. 1, 2016. Plug Power CEO Andrew J. Marsh, center, thanked Schumer for supporting for the company.
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In the vernacular of the season, Plug Power can’t wait to see what may be under the tree on Christmas morning. The benefactor isn’t jolly ol’ St. Nick, though, but the lame duck Congress currently meeting in Washington. And the hoped-for gift isn’t a shiny new bike but a five-year extension on investment tax credits that encourage potential customers to give Plug’s hydrogen fuel-cell technology a try. The so-called “orphan” tax credits are set to ...

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albright1+
December 3, 2016
11:43 a.m.

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American taxpayers....the beatings will continue until moral improves

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