The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) extended, expanded and brought into the code a broad range of clean energy tax incentives. Until now, tax-exempt organizations were generally not able to benefit from clean energy tax incentives, such as the investment tax credit for installation and use of energy efficient property. However, the IRA not only includes over $350 million in new and expanded clean energy tax credits, it also added new “direct pay” refundability options to many lean energy incentives so that exempt organizations may also benefit from the incentives. State and local government entities also may take advantage of these clean energy incentives.
Please join us for a webcast introducing the various credits and other clean energy investment incentives that may provide needed capital for hospitals, colleges, and other exempt organizations, as well as for certain state and local government entities. We also discuss what we know already – and what we don’t – regarding the applicability, timing, and process for receiving these incentives.
During the session, a panel of KPMG professionals discuss the exciting opportunities for exempt organizations in this space, including:
- Overview of key provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act’s clean energy tax incentives
- Discussion of IRA credit monetization via direct pay and transferability
- Identification of what’s next