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The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has created game changing opportunities for the real estate and construction industries through energy incentives and tax credits. Learn more by watching our two on-demand webinars below.

Four provisions real estate companies need to know from the Inflation Reduction Act

This on-demand webinar focuses on impacts from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) for the real estate industry. The IRA has created game changing opportunities for real estate companies through $270 billion in energy incentives. Real estate companies receive benefits from these energy incentives as they provide a direct offset to federal tax liability in the form of tax credits. This on-demand webinar will dive into the four main provisions in the IRA that impact real estate the most, including:

  • Section 179D: Deduction for energy efficient commercial building property
  • Section 48: Investment tax credit for energy property
  • Section 30C: Alternative fuel vehicle refueling property
  • Section 45L: New home energy efficient credit

Viewers will also learn:

  • The benefits real estate companies could achieve by looking into the four provisions  
  • How real estate companies can enhance current development plans with these credits  

Presenters:

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What the Inflation Reduction Act means to the construction industry

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) provisions aim to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the range of fuel types, energy producers and energy users. Tax credits have been extended, enhanced and increased in size for energy efficiency, energy generation and decarbonized fuel production projects, electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure, manufacturing facilities and certain critical minerals essential for clean energy technologies. The IRA also creates the opportunity to transfer credits or receive direct payments from the IRS. While supporting energy-related construction projects, IRA has a meaningful emphasis on jobs and earnings growth, domestic content and environmental justice.

If you’re a contractor, you’re probably wondering:

  1. What is the opportunity for the construction industry to push projects forward?
  2. What do I need to do to be compliant with those projects?
  3. How do I make my company a preferred contractor to energy project developers?

During this on-demand webinar, our presenters cover:

  • Prevailing wage and registered apprenticeship requirements
  • Domestic content requirement
  • Supply chain certification
  • Compliance with the legislation
  • Frequently asked questions

Presenters:

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Chad Resner
Firm Director
Mike Kamienski
Managing Partner
Anthony Ollmann
Partner
Laura Cataldo
Director
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