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Analysis OF Build Back Better Proposed Funding and Justice40 Implications
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Author: Justin Schott, Project Manager
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Energy Equity Project
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jbschott@umich.edu | 914-261-1907
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Methodology: Original text of HR5376 was scanned and other reviews, including White House statements on the bill, (noted in Data Source, Column F) were reviewed. Some but not all of the totals are clearly defined (e.g. EV tax credit uptake is uncertain); these figures should be generally be taken as estimates.
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General AreaProvision Amount (in milions)Aligns with Justice40 Standard? Data source
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Vehicles New EV tax credits $125,000Unlikely Estimate - CNET and deduced from remaining funds
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Clean energy Advanced energy manufacturing (1.)$105,000Unlikely https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-10-28/climate-provisions-total-555-billion-in-biden-spending-plan
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ResilienceVarious measures - Ag, community, forest management for wildfires, etc$105,000Potentiallyhttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-10-28/climate-provisions-total-555-billion-in-biden-spending-plan
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Clean energy Loan guarantees$43,600Unlikely Evergreen Action
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FinancingGreenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (aka Clean Energy Accelerator / Green Bank):$29,000YesEvergreen Action
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Tribal sovereigntyTribal Loan guarantees$20,000YesEvergreen Action
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WorkforceCivilian Climate Corps$19,400Partially - est 35%Evergreen Action
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Vehicles Used EV tax credits$10,800Partially - est 35%Estimate - CNET and deduced from remaining funds
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Clean energy USDA loans and grants$10,000TBD Evergreen Action
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Environmental JusticeLead remediation$9,000YesEvergreen Action
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Climate-smart agricultureEnvl Quality Incentives$9,000Unlikely Evergreen Action
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Climate-smart agricultureRegional Conservation Partnership$7,500Unlikely Evergreen Action
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Vehicles EV charging stations $7,500Unlikely Evergreen Action
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Vehicles Advanced manufacturing $6,500Unlikely Evergreen Action
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Vehicles Federal EV fleet - general services$6,000NoHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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BuildingsHome Owner Management (2.)$5,890Unlikely HR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Clean energy DOE investments in frontline communities$5,000YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Vehicles Replace polluting heavy duty vehicles$5,000SomewhatEvergreen Action
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Climate-smart agricultureConservation Stewardship$4,100Unlikely Evergreen Action
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BuildingsAdvanced industrial facilities$4,000SomewhatEvergreen Action
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Environmental JusticeElectrification for tribal and low- and moderate income households$3,800YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Environmental JusticeEnvironmental and Climate Justice Block Grants$3,000YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Vehicles Federa EV fleet - USPS$3,000NoHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Clean energy Transmission lines $2,800Unlikely HR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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BuildingsResidential Electrification (3.)$2,230Unlikely HR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Vehicles State EV infrastructure$1,000PotentiallyHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Buildings Public and non-profit facility upgrades$500YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Tribal sovereigntyTribal climate resilience$400YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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BuildingsZero energy code adoption$300PotentiallyHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Tribal sovereigntyTribal electrification$294YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Tribal sovereigntyTribal grants $200YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Vehicles EV bikes tax credits$71PotentiallyEstimate - CNET and deduced from remaining funds
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Environmental JusticeData collection on environmental injustices$65YesEvergreen Action
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Environmental JusticeAir quality monitoring$50YesHR 5376 - Direct Analysis
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Total$555,000$555 billion
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Target$555,000
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Check $0
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Total Justice40 aligned budget ("Yes" in column E plus 35% est. for rows 19-20 )$81,879$81.9 billion
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NOTES
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1. "dedicated to boosting U.S. manufacturing of clean energy technologies, so more solar panels, electric vehicle parts and other green tech is made domestically. The White House said the plan would use grants, loans, tax credits and procurement to boost the competitiveness of existing industries, such as steel, cement and aluminum. The targeted incentives would “spur new domestic supply chains and technologies, like solar, batteries, and advanced materials.”
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2. Energy efficiency rebates up to $2,000 / home or $200,000 per multi-family building for achieving 20-35% savings. $4,000 / $400,000 per project for >35% energy savings.
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3. Up to $10,000 / home ($14,000 low- or moderate0income) or 50% project cost. $3,000 - $7,000 for heat pumps, $1,250 for electric water heat pumps, $3,000 for electrical upgrades, $800 - $1,600 for insulation and air sealing.
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