The Inflation Reduction Act offers unprecedented opportunity for businesses to receive tax credits to lower the cost of their qualifying clean energy projects. Projects that involve installing designated renewable energy generation equipment, such as solar panels, can receive credits totaling up to 30% of eligible project costs. In this article from The Republic, featuring Baker Tilly's Doug Baldessari discusses how we're helping cities like Columbus, Indiana navigate these credits and reduce their carbon footprint.

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