A report conducted by the Congressional Research Service on August 10, noted that the federal tax code allows for renewable energy to receive greater financial support than fossil fuels, relative to their stake in total domestic energy production. The report entitled, “Energy Tax Incentives: Measuring Value Across Different Types of Energy Resources,”identified that most of the domestic primary energy production was drawn from fossil fuels in 2009. Moreover, the fossil fuel industry drew 77.9 percent, while nuclear energy drew 11.4 percent, and 10.6 percent went to renenwables. However, $12.5 billion of the government’s $20 billion in tax support went to renewables in 2009 and another $2.9 billion went to tax incentives for renewable energy technologies that year. As a result, only $2.5 billion was given to fossil fuels.