WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The united states Congress declined to renew a $7,500 tax credit for electric vehicles, but it will boost funding for safety and health at work and, after two fatal Boeing 737 MAX will crash.
FILE PHOTO: A car parking bay as reserved for electric vehicle charging, which can be seen on display in the London, united Kingdom, October 19, 2018. (REUTERS photo/Simon Dawson
General Motors Co. (GM.And Tesla Inc. (TSLA.(O) support for more than one year prior to the extension of credit, and what are the stages of a once a manufacturer hits the 200,000 vehicles to be sold, and many of the legislators were pushing to have the file name extension. The tax credit is aimed at defraying the cost of electric vehicles, which are much more expensive than similarly sized vehicles with internal combustion engines.
Both GM and Tesla have already identified the 200,000 EV sales. Senator Debbie Stabenow, Michigan Democrat, who is the author of a proposal for the extension of credit, said on Monday that the EV proposal faced significant opposition from the White House, according to her office.
Rate of credit decreased to $1,875 in July, and will be zero after the Dec. 31. GM’s credit declined to a total of $1,875 in October. 1 with a zero after the 31st of March.
Stabenow introduced in the April grant date, each manufacturer of a $7,000 tax credit for more than 400 000 vehicles on top of the existing 200,000 vehicles eligible for the $7,500 tax credit. A separate bill passed in the U.S. House for a proposal to be for a smaller loan for a used Service.
It is In response to two of the Boeing’s crash, which killed 346 people and resulted in the grounding of the 737 MAX fleet, and Congress, will increase funding for the safety and security in the airline industry by $67 million, and that it is “intended for the employment of specialist staff with expertise in the areas of human factors, and the increase in the training and credentialing requirements for the safety of the inspectors.”
It also boosts funding for improving the safety and security of the reporting database and to promote the U.S. security arrangements with foreign civil aviation authorities, by the means of counselling and training.”
The Federal Aviation Administration’s certification of the maximum and long-standing practice of delegating a number of tasks, the Boeing came under heavy criticism from lawmakers.
In a report released in October said that the FAA had 45 people at the office of the oversight of the Boeing Organization Designation Authority, and to the 1,500 employees.
The FAA’s office of surveillance and Boeing only has about 24 engineers, some of them with a little bit of experience, and they are faced with a wide variety of tasks in order to ensure compliance with the oversight of the Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777, and 787 programs.
Report by David Shepardson; Editing by Dan Grebler