An interesting transactional focus for year-end which could create some much needed impetus in the renewable energy arena is the expiration of the 1603 Treasury Grant, and the solar depreciation acceleration for 2011, which expire on December 31, 2011. The possible expiration of these valuable incentives should spur, in particular, increased activity in solar installations in order to meet the spending parameters of the grant by the end of December 2011.
An experienced consultant can assist in the 1603 grant process and in tax incentive deals generally. Consultants are also able to piece together financing sources and partners in the solar development marketplace that can be strategically helpful to clients needing to take advantage of tax credit for solar installations.
Cherrytree is an innovative real estate and business consulting company that advises business and real estate owners, developers, property managers, and landlords.
Our services include the representation of clients in the renewable energy area, particularly solar installations and tax credits as well as providing sophisticated value added services to green development projects, i.e. developments that utilize energy efficient development incentives.
For information, assistance or questions regarding the 1603 Tax Credit, Solar Energy Credits, Brownfields Tax Credits or other Commercial Real Estate transactions, contact the Cherrytree Group.
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