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Green Tax Incentive Compendium

Green Tax Incentive Compendium Federal and State Tax Incentives for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency January 1, 2019. Attorney Advertising 1. About Robinson+Cole About the Author Robinson+Cole is an Am Law 200 firm with approximately 200 lawyers in nine offices serving regional, national, and international clients, from start-ups to Fortune 500. companies. The firm represents corporate, governmental, and nonprofit entities, as well as individual clients, in a wide range of matters, including real estate and development;. construction; environmental and utilities law; finance, corporate transactions; business and insurance litigation;. tax; public finance; health law; labor, employment, and benefits; intellectual property and technology; and government relations. Jerome L. Garciano, Esq., CPA, LEED Clients First Jerome Garciano is an attorney in the firm's Real Estate By cultivating a thorough understanding of your industry, the Group whose practice focuses on state and federal tax nature and structure of your business, your risk tolerance financing incentives affecting the built environment.

Sec Jurisdiction Statute Incentive Title Technology Tax Type Taxpayer Period (yrs) Amount Maximum Expiration 03.01 Alaska §29.45.050(b)(E) Residential Renewable Energy Systems Wind Property Exemption Owner - Varies - -

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1 Green Tax Incentive Compendium Federal and State Tax Incentives for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency January 1, 2019. Attorney Advertising 1. About Robinson+Cole About the Author Robinson+Cole is an Am Law 200 firm with approximately 200 lawyers in nine offices serving regional, national, and international clients, from start-ups to Fortune 500. companies. The firm represents corporate, governmental, and nonprofit entities, as well as individual clients, in a wide range of matters, including real estate and development;. construction; environmental and utilities law; finance, corporate transactions; business and insurance litigation;. tax; public finance; health law; labor, employment, and benefits; intellectual property and technology; and government relations. Jerome L. Garciano, Esq., CPA, LEED Clients First Jerome Garciano is an attorney in the firm's Real Estate By cultivating a thorough understanding of your industry, the Group whose practice focuses on state and federal tax nature and structure of your business, your risk tolerance financing incentives affecting the built environment.

2 Mr. level, and your budget, our 200 lawyers tailor legal Garciano provides tax and finance support for developers, strategies that align with the overall business needs of your lenders, syndicators, investors, nonprofit sponsors, and company. We are committed to adding value for our clients government agencies in renewable energy and real estate and helping them to succeed in achieving their immediate developments using the Historic, New Markets, Renewable and longer term objectives. Energy, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. He is a LEED accredited professional and has advised clients on Focused Service utilizing energy efficiency and renewable energy tax incentives. He also works on tax policy initiatives promoting We want to be our clients' trusted advisors, not just another Green energy and real estate development. He is also a vendor. With us, you won't go through layers of lawyers to certified public accountant and has worked as a finance get an answer or to find a case's status.

3 We are responsive associate at a national nonprofit organization and a financial and accessible, and are able and willing to respond to services firm. Jerome is also co-chair of the firm's inquiries promptly, wherever we are. Sustainability Cross Practice Team which focuses on building and development of sustainable projects, including Engaged People energy efficiency, renewable and alternative energy, Green Our lawyers are experienced practitioners, as well as building, smart growth, water resources and preservation of leaders in the profession, active in local and national bar natural resources. associations, trade organizations, and local community Disclosure service organizations. They speak at seminars, author substantive articles and books, and are often quoted in the No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a press. Our culture fosters team spirit through a wide variety retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any of pro bono and community service initiatives.

4 Means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission. This document The Compendium should not be considered legal advice and does not create This volume presents certain federal and state tax an attorney-client relationship between Robinson+Cole and incentives promoting the renewable energy and energy you. Consult your attorney before acting on anything efficiency industries. Each section outlines the basic contained herein. The views expressed herein are those of features and regulatory requirements for a tax program the author and not necessarily those of Robinson+Cole or which provides financial incentives for clean technology any other individual attorney of Robinson+Cole. The development through renewable energy and energy contents of this communication may contain attorney efficiency projects. For additional assistance with these tax advertising under the laws of various states.

5 Prior results do incentives please contact Jerome Garciano at not guarantee a similar outcome. IRS Private Letter Rulings or are statements of IRS's position on particular taxpayer issues and are nonbinding on other taxpayers. Robinson & Cole LLP Green Tax Incentive Compendium (January 1, 2019) Summary Chart of Federal/State Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives - January 2019. Sec Jurisdiction Statute Incentive Title Technology Tax Type Taxpayer Period (yrs) Amount Maximum Expiration Federal Tax Incentives for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Federal 45 Renewable Electricity Production Biomass Income Credit Producer 10 $ - 2017. Federal 45 Renewable Electricity Production Wind Income Credit Producer 10 $ - 2021. Federal 45 Renewable Electricity Production Methane Income Credit Producer 10 $ - 2017. Federal 45 Renewable Electricity Production Geothermal Income Credit Producer 10 $ - 2017. Federal 45 Renewable Electricity Production Hydroelectric Income Credit Producer 10 $ - 2017.

6 Federal 45 Renewable Electricity Production Marine Income Credit Producer 10 $ - 2017. Federal 48 Investment In Energy property Fuel cell Income Credit Owner 5 30-22% $1,500 kw 2021. Federal 48 Investment In Energy property Solar Income Credit Owner 5 30-22% - 2021. Federal 48 Investment In Energy property Geothermal Income Credit Owner 5 10% - 2021. Federal 48 Investment In Energy property Wind Income Credit Owner 5 10% - 2021. Federal 48 Investment In Energy property Biomass Income Credit Owner 5 10% $200/kw 2021. Federal 48 Investment In Energy property Cogeneration Income Credit Owner 5 10% - 2021. Federal 30C Qualifying Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling property Alternative Fuel Income Credit Owner - 30% $30,000 2017. Federal 30C Qualifying Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling property Electric Vehicle Income Credit Owner - 30% $30,000 2017. Federal 30C Qualifying Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling property (2-3 wheel). Fuel cell Income Credit Owner - 30% $30,000 2017.

7 Federal 40 Certain Alternative Fuels Alternative Fuel Income Credit Producer - $ gal $ million 2011. Federal 40 Certain Alternative Fuels Ethanol Income Credit Producer - $ $ million 2011. Federal 40 Certain Alternative Fuels Biofuel Income Credit Producer - $ $ million 2017. Federal 40A Biodiesel Fuels Biodiesel Income Credit Producer - $ 15 million gallons 2017. Federal 40A Biodiesel Fuels (Small Agri) Biodiesel Income Credit Producer - $ 15 million gallons 2017. Federal 30D New Qualifying Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicles Electric Vehicle Income Credit Owner - $7,500 - Limit Federal 30D New Qualifying Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicles Electric Vehicle Income Credit Owner - 10% $2,500 2017. Federal 30B Alternative Motor Vehicles Fuel cell Income Credit Purchaser - $4,000-$40,000 - 2017. Federal 30B Alternative Motor Vehicles Alternative Fuel Income Credit Purchaser - $2,500-$20,000 - 2010. Federal 30B Alternative Motor Vehicles Electric Vehicle Income Credit Purchaser - $1,500-$10,400 - 2011.

8 Federal 45L New Energy Efficient Homes Energy Efficiency Income Credit Builder - $1,000-$2,000 - 2017. Federal 179D Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Energy Efficiency Income Deduction Owner - 100% $ 2017. Federal 168(e)(3) Certain Energy property Solar Income Deduction Owner 5 200% DB - 2016. Federal 168(e)(3) Certain Energy property Geothermal Income Deduction Owner 5 200% DB - 2016. Federal 168(e)(3) Certain Energy property Fuel cell Income Deduction Owner 5 200% DB - 2016. Federal 168(e)(3) Certain Energy property Biomass Income Deduction Owner 5 200% DB - 2016. Federal 168(l) Cellulosic Biofuel Plant property Biofuel Income Deduction Owner - 50% - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Biomass Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Wind Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Methane Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017.

9 Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Geothermal Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Solar Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Irrigation Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Hydroelectric Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54C New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Marine Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54D Qualifying Energy Conservation Bonds Energy Efficiency Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 54D Qualifying Energy Conservation Bonds Alternative Fuel Income Credit Holder - 0 interest - 2017. Federal 25C Nonbusiness Energy property Energy Efficiency Income Credit Owner - 10% $500 2017. Federal 25D Residential Energy Efficient property Solar Electric Income Credit Owner - 30-22% - 2021. Federal 25D Residential Energy Efficient property Solar Thermal Income Credit Owner - 30-22% - 2021.

10 Federal 25D Residential Energy Efficient property Fuel cell Income Credit Owner - 30-22% $500 2021. Federal 25D Residential Energy Efficient property Wind Income Credit Owner - 30-22% - 2021. Federal 25D Residential Energy Efficient property Geothermal Income Credit Owner - 30-22% - 2021. Alabama State Tax Incentives for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Alabama 40-9B-4 Alternative Energy Production Facilities Wind property Abatement Utility - 100% - 2018. Alabama 40-9B-4 Alternative Energy Production Facilities Alternative Fuel property Abatement Utility - 100% - 2018. Alabama 40-9B-4 Alternative Energy Production Facilities Biomass property Abatement Utility - 100% - 2018. Alabama 40-9B-4 Alternative Energy Production Facilities Marine property Abatement Utility - 100% - 2018. Alabama 40-9B-4 Alternative Energy Production Facilities Geothermal property Abatement Utility - 100% - 2018. Alabama 40-9B-4 Alternative Energy Production Facilities Solar property Abatement Utility - 100% - 2018.


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