Category: Emissions Reduction

Before 2009 Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Taxpayers may claim a non refundable tax credit against State individual income tax, corporate franchise tax, or fiduciary tax as follows: Converted Vehicles Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Clean Fuel Vehicles Special Mobile Equipment Converted to Clean Fuels Taxpayers may claim a non refundable credit on their individual income tax, corporate franchise tax, or fiduciary tax …

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Converted Vehicles:
Before 2009 Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Jump to: EPA Certification Proof of Certification Getting Certified Converting Taxpayers may claim a nonrefundable tax credit of fifty percent of the cost of equipment for conversion minus any grant received, up to $2,500 per vehicle registered in Utah if: it is to be fueled by propane, natural gas, or electricity; it is to be …

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Electric Motorcycles:
Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Qualifying Electric Motorcycles Taxpayers may claim a $750 nonrefundable tax credit for the original purchase or lease of a new qualifying motorcycle. A motorcycle qualifies for this credit if: it has a seat or saddle for the use of the rider; is designed to travel with not more than three wheels in contact with the …

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Frequently Asked Questions:
Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Jump to: Are bi-fuel vehicle eligible to receive the Clean Fuels Tax Credit? Are hybrids eligible for the Clean Fuel Tax Credit? Are there Federal tax credits available? Do I have to re-certify my TC40V to claim the carryover? How can I find an alternative fueling station? How can I submit my TC40V and the …

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