Novogradac 2020 RETC Industry Update Recording

Tune in to the Novogradac 2020 RETC Industry Update Recording to hear industry experts and advocates discuss the latest developments on how COVID-19 and legislative updates are impacting the industry.

Original Air Date: June 25, 2020
Duration: 1.5 hours
Access to Recording Expires: June 25, 2021

Instructors

Tony Grappone, CPA
Partner
Novogradac

Peter Lawrence
Director of Public Policy and Government Relations
Novogradac

Keith Martin
Co-Head of Projects, United States
Norton Rose Fulbright

Jeremy Woodrum
Director of Congressional Affairs
Solar Energy Industries Association

Aaron Severn
Sr. Director, Federal Affairs
American Wind Energy Association

Topics Covered

State of the RETC Equity Market

  • Construction Delays
  • Safe harbor property shipment delays
  • Investor appetite
  • Tax credit pricing
  • Impact on types of projects and capital stacks
    • Community and residential solar
    • Small – medium utility scale solar
    • Large scale utility wind vs. solar
    • Offshore vs. onshore wind
    • Federal vs. private land

Deadline Extensions

  • IRS extends deadline deemed continuity and for satisfying the 3.5 month rule
    • Notice 2020-41. Wind vs. Solar

Legislative Agenda

  • Requests for additional relief
    • Extending the 30% ITC
    • Additional clarity around how to demonstrate a project satisfied the physical work of a significant nature standard
    • Likelihood of a refundable ITC or grant-like ITC

Target Audience

Lenders, investors, developers, government officials, community leaders, accountants, attorneys, consultants and other renewable energy industry practitioners

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