Companies promote environmentally conscious programs and policies to win over new customers, improve their public image, and reduce costs. Energy-efficient improvements can also result in significant tax savings. The Further Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2020 extends energy incentives retroactively back to 1/1/2018, and forward through 12/31/2020. This includes EPAct 179D and 45L. These focused energy studies provide property owners, architects and the design teams behind energy-efficient construction and renovation with the opportunity to claim potentially significant tax deductions.
This course will present an overview of the 179D deduction and its benefits, and will highlight especially suitable property types. The presenter will also address logistical considerations specific to new construction, acquisitions, and government buildings. Multiple case studies will be reviewed to demonstrate the power of the 179D deduction. The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), Energy Star, and NYC Carbon Emissions Bill Will also be discussed.
With over 10 years’ experience in sales and account management, Carly enjoys working closely with clients and prospects to help them understand the value of cost segregation studies. Carly covers the NY, NJ, and CT region for Capstan. She is dedicated to building strong relationships with her clients and considers her clients to be partners with Capstan. With a background in financial services and research, Carly is experienced with meeting tight deadlines and exceeding client expectations. Carly holds an MBA from Boston College’s Carroll School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University.