";s:4:"text";s:2994:"If you own or operate propane powered forklifts, lawn mowers or any other propane powered motor vehicle, you may be eligible to receive the Alternative Fuel Excise Tax Credit in the amount of $0.37 per gallon of propane. It is possible your propane gas vendor has already advised you of this special tax credit. You may claim this nonrefundable tax credit on your return if you have any of the following properties placed in service through December 31, 2021 listed below. Taxpayers who upgrade their homes to make use of renewable energy may be eligible for a tax credit to offset some of the costs. Tax credit: 10 percent of the cost, up to $200 for windows and skylights and up to $500 for doors. The renewable energy tax credits are good through 2019 and then are reduced each year through the end of 2021. An amendment that would extend the alternative fuels federal tax credits for for 2018-2020 is scheduled for a floor vote. According to the U.S. Department of Energy and the IRS, the Alternative Fuel Excise Tax Credit program has been extended through December 2016. Forklifts are eligible to claim the Alternative Fuel Tax Credit. If so, you may be entitled to refundable federal fuels tax credits for the propane you purchased in 2012 and 2013. In addition, NPGA will continue to advocate for H.R.