A dedicated energy storage investment division has been launched by Foss & Company, an investment and investment services firm which specialises in tax credit transactions, with US$3 billion targeted by 2028.
John Leonti, head of the energy transactional practice at law firm Troutman Pepper, reflects on the year since the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) passed, and considers what we might see going forward, in a Q&A.
When it comes to realising the benefits of Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) incentives, the US energy storage industry has barely scratched the surface of what’s possible, according to FlexGen’s Yann Brandt.
The Inflation Reduction Act brought a sense of confidence and certainty to the business of clean energy. Lawyers Adam Schurle and Morten Lund at Foley Lardner take a closer look at what that means for tax equity financing of energy storage, while exploring some of the questions still to be answered.
The Q3 2023 edition of our downstream solar PV journal, PV Tech Power, is now available to download, leading with a focus on solar and storage in the US, one year on from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
New transferability and direct pay provisions for clean energy tax credits are a “game changer for renewable energy development” in the US, Shearman & Sterling partner Mona Dajani told Energy-Storage.news.
The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has revealed how smaller and tax-exempt organisations can take advantage of clean energy investment tax credits (ITC), with guidance on direct pay and transferability.
There is a long way to go before the new standalone storage investment tax credit (ITC) starts to really make a dent in the market, speakers and delegates at the Energy Storage Summit USA last month said.