Feb 5 (Reuters) - The United States, Europe and other nations will spend about $100 billion on projects over the next two to three years to fight climate change under wider economic stimulus plans.
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Many figures are estimates, as plans await approval. Details follow.
Sources -- Reuters, New Energy Finance, whitehouse.gov
Renewable energy tax credits -- $30 bln
Water infrastructure and technologies -- $20 bln
Smart grid -- $11 bln
Renewable energy loan guarantees -- $8 bln
Efficiency upgrades for federal buildings -- $6 bln
Local govt efficiency grants -- $5 bln
Home "weatherisation" -- $3 bln
Clean coal, carbon capture -- $3 bln
Energy efficiency research -- $2 bln
Advanced batteries loans and grants -- $2 bln
Efficiency housing retrofits -- $2 bln
Efficiency grants for institutions -- $1.5 bln
Create a new $7,000 tax credit for purchasing advanced vehicles.
C$1 billion to boost sustainable energy
EUROPEAN UNION proposals from executive EU Commission
3.5 billion euros ($4.48 billion) on energy projects, including low-carbon alternatives.
GERMANY (additional to EU)
1.5 billion euros to replace old cars
BRITAIN (additional to EU)
535 million pounds ($782.4 million) on energy efficiency and rail transport