The House passed an $819 billion economic stimulus plan January 28. Energy provisions of the measure would provide: -$32 billion split between a \u201csmart grid\u201d (including new power lines, installation of smart meters, and smart grid demonstration projects), consumer energy efficiency rebates, energy efficiency retrofits for government buildings, smart growth planning grants, and support for developing vehicle batteries and alternative fuels. -$500 million for green jobs training programs, plus money to upgrade energy efficiency in federal buildings. -A three-year extension of the production tax credit for wind through 2012 and for biomass, geothermal, hydropower, landfill gas, waste-to-energy, and marine facilities through 2013. In addition, the bill would allow renewable energy facilities that go into service this year or next year to claim a 30 percent investment tax credit in lieu of the production tax credit or seek a federal grant covering 30 percent of the cost of the project; -Enhanced tax incentives for energy efficiency and enhanced clean renewable energy bonds for public power agencies and projects. -$7.5 billion for energy efficiency retrofits on public housing, plus an additional $6.2 billion for energy efficiency retrofits and weatherization of modest income homes. -Additional money to fund scientific research aimed at developing clean energy technologies. In addition, both the Western Area Power Administration and Bonneville Power Administration would enjoy new authority to borrow from the Treasury to build new transmission facilities in the West. Action on a companion Senate economic stimulus bill is expected next week and Congressional leaders say they aim to have a final bill to the White House by President\u2019s Day weekend. Both the Senate Finance and Senate Appropriations Committees approved a Senate version of economic stimulus legislation this past week. It includes similar tax incentives and appropriations for the energy industry.