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Webinar: The Inflation Reduction Act - Are You Ready?

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Anyone involved in the clean energy sector can barely make it through the day without hearing about or seeing news reports on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 passed by Congress on August 12, 2022, and signed by President Biden on August 16, 2022. How a significant part of the Act is aimed at fighting climate change and promoting domestic energy security. How it extends and expands existing tax credits as well as adds several new energy tax credits for clean energy projects, production, manufacturing, and more. And how the Act also adds new grants and loan programs. The policy changes in the legislation are certainly a boon for new and existing participants in the clean energy sector.

This discussion of the energy tax provisions in the Act was led by Anne Levin-Nussbaum, a Member in our Energy & Sustainability and Tax Practices. It also included Neal Martin, Senior Director of Government Relations, ML Strategies, and Courtney Taylor, Senior Vice President, ML Strategies, who reviewed the Act’s new direct funding opportunities and offers insights regarding the implementation of such funding programs.

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Please Note: CLE is only available to those who attended the live webinar on 8/18/2022.

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Authors

Anne S. Levin-Nussbaum is a Member at Mintz who represents clients in US federal income tax matters, with an emphasis on renewable energy transactions and financing. She has extensive experience representing investors, developers and lenders in renewable energy transactions utilizing flip partnership, sale leaseback and inverted lease structures and provides planning and structuring advice to optimize eligibility for energy tax credits and other clean energy tax incentives.

R. Neal Martin

ML Strategies - Senior Director of Government Relations

R. Neal Martin is a Senior Director of Government Relations at ML Strategies. He focuses on transportation, infrastructure, clean energy, trade, and federal appropriations, leveraging his many years of experience in government and government relations.

Courtney O. Taylor

Senior Vice President

Courtney O. Taylor, a Senior Vice President at ML Strategies in Washington, DC, develops and executes government relations strategies for clients in the energy and sustainability industry. She leverages over 20 years of experience to achieve outcomes that advance her clients’ goals.