June, 16 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Track 2A | Incentives, Financing, and Utility Programs
Energy Tax Savers Inc d/b/a R&D Tax Savers | Chief Engineer & Vice President
With the recent signing of the Infrastructure Bill into law and potential later passage of the Build Back Better Bill, a myriad of tax incentives for the energy community have opened up. This presentation is designed to explain the impact of new tax legislation and other tax laws on the energy and building industries, including various applicable tax incentives (i.e., Sec 179D, cost segregation, R&D tax credit). Our presentation will cover how to capture new incentives for HVAC systems and other energy efficiency upgrades that significantly reduce the upfront costs of equipment for building owners, and we will explore newly revived incentives for alternative energy generation systems and energy-efficiency upgrades. We will also discuss other legacy tax incentives available for designers, and how energy companies and building owners can capture these. In addition, Covid-related projects will be addressed and how to optimize the use of Covid-relief monies. Our presentation is designed to give attendees a thorough understanding of how to include recent Covid relief monies into their business operations and strategies. Our presentation will give attendees a thorough understanding of how to include all these incentives in the calculations of energy and building project ROIs.
Jacob Goldman is the Vice President of Energy Tax Savers (ETSI). He has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Buffalo, an MBA from the University of Maine at Orono.
He is the co-author of numerous articles, published in Building Operating Management, Worship Facilities Magazine, UNIT Magazine, Green Lodging News, International Parking Institute, Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, and Thomson Reuters. He has presented to hundreds of corporations, architectural firms, engineering firms, accounting firms, local chapters of the USGBC, IFMA, BOMA, and the local Cleveland Chapter of the AEE, as well as national conferences of AEE, Lightfair, NFMT, NALMCO, IGSHPA, PIMA, and EMC. Jacob has also been a consistent speaker at GE's Nela Park and Cooper's "The Source" in Peachtree, GA.