Global Automakers submitted a statement for the record for the House Ways and Means Tax Subcommittee March 14, 2018 hearing “Post Tax Reform Evaluation of Recently Expired Tax Provisions.”  The statement supports multi-year extensions of both the Section 30B Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle Tax Credit, which helps make fuel cell electric vehicles more affordable to consumers and more comparable to other vehicle prices and the Section 30C Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit which helps provide the fueling infrastructure necessary to support new powertrains.  These tax credits are critical tools to help build a sustainable market for alternative fuel vehicles.