The Inflation Reduction Act (the “IRA”) provides funding for several tax credit incentives related to significant investments in energy projects. One of these credits is the section 48C investment tax credit (“48C Credit”), which was originally offered through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The IRA includes a $10 billion allocation to the 48C Credit and also broadens the scope of eligible property a company can invest in to be eligible for the credit. If selected, the 48C Credit provides a credit equal to 30% of the project’s capital investment that is deemed to be “eligible energy property.”
Megan assists clients with contract review; operating agreements, bylaws and other governance documents; and tax questions, particularly those involving federal tax implications for different entity types. She is adept at helping clients increase efficiency in their legal work and minimize their tax burden as they grow their businesses.