Nixon Peabody partner Jim Duffy will be speaking on multiple panels at the EUCI's upcoming program.
Details from the conference website
Maximizing the benefits of tax incentives is vital in any renewable energy (and now, storage) transaction. Whether a project “pencils out” generally turns on the efficient use of these incentives and other tax structuring strategies. How soon investors can get their desired return and exit the project, how much a project developer receives – and when – depends greatly on how the tax incentives are deployed. And now, because of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), utilities, non-profits and other power-serving organizations have expanded options in the renewable energy development and asset ownership landscape. This course is designed to give investors, developers, lenders, asset owners, utilities and their advisers an in-depth understanding of the tax and financial structuring issues involved in the development and structure of renewable energy projects. It will examine in detail how the Inflation Recovery Act, other infrastructure legislation passed in 2022, and related IRS guidance have reshaped tax structuring for renewable energy and storage projects.
For more information or to register, visit the EUCI website.