Texas Attorney General Opinion: GA-0587 Page: 3 of 5
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Mr. Buddy Garcia - Page 3
(8) heat recovery steam generators;
(9) superheaters and evaporators;
(10) enhanced steam turbine engines;
(12) coal combustion or gasification byproduct and coproduct
handling, storage, or treatment facilities;
(13) biomass cofiring storage, distribution, and firing systems;
(14) coal cleaning or drying processes, such as coal
drying/moisture reduction, air jigging, precombustion
decarbonization, and coal flow balancing technology;
(15) oxy-fuel combustion technology, amine or chilled
ammonia scrubbing, fuel or emission conversion through the use of
catalysts, enhanced scrubbing technology, modified combustion
technology such as chemical looping, and cryogenic technology;
(16) if the United States Environmental Protection Agency
adopts a final rule or regulation regulating carbon dioxide as a
pollutant, property that is used, constructed, acquired, or installed
wholly or partly to capture carbon dioxide from an anthropogenic
source in this state that is geologically sequestered in this state;
(17) fuel cells generating electricity using hydrogen derived
from coal, biomass, petroleum coke, or solid waste; and
(18) any other equipment designed to prevent, capture, abate,
or monitor nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds, particulate
matter, mercury, carbon monoxide, or any criteria pollution.
Likewise, section 5 of House Bill 3732 amended section 26.045 of the Tax Code. See id.
26.045. Section 26.045 provides that the
rollback tax rate for a political subdivision of this state is increased
by the rate that, if applied to the total current value, would impose an
amount of taxes equal to the amount the political subdivision will
spend out of its maintenance and operation funds under Section
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