Read about the recent changes to the proposed “Build Back Better Act” by the US House Rules Committee, including some important changes to green energy tax incentives, in this Legal Update.
US House Ways and Means Committee Proposes Substantial Green Energy Support
On the night of September 10, 2021, the House Ways and Means Committee released legislative text covering a range of green energy tax incentives, a bill that it hopes will be enacted through the budget reconciliation process and it expects to begin markup of on Tuesday, September 14. This Legal Update provides further detail on …
US Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 – Assessing the Potential Impact on Electric Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Infrastructure
On August 10, 2021, the US Senate voted to pass the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (the “IIJA”). The IIJA would provide a total of $1.2 trillion in federal investment in infrastructure, including an unprecedented level of federal investment in electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging infrastructure through the creation of new programs and grants …
Biden Administration Budget: Energy Tax Proposals
Read about the Energy Tax Proposals in the Biden Administration’s 2022 Budget in this Legal Update: Energy Tax Implications of the Administration’s FY2022 Budget Tax Proposals | Perspectives & Events | Mayer Brown.
The Biden Infrastructure Plan: Where Do We Go From Here?
On March 31, the Biden Administration released its much-anticipated American Jobs Plan (the “AJP”), which outlines $2.3 trillion of proposed spending on not only traditional infrastructure programs, but also climate change, housing, drinking water, workforce development, manufacturing, telecommunications, and elderly care measures. Read more about the AJP in this Mayer Brown Legal Update.
GREEN Act of 2021
House Ways and Means Committee Democrats introduced the Growing Renewable Energy and Efficiency Now (GREEN) Act of 2021 on February 5, 2021. The bill is an updated version of a similar bill of the same name introduced in June of 2020.
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Solar and Wind Tax Credits Extended, Again
On Monday, December 21, 2020, the United States Congress passed a second large stimulus bill (the “Relief Bill”) aimed at curtailing the economic disruptions caused by COVID-19. The Relief Bill, among other things, extends renewable energy tax credits for wind projects, solar projects and carbon capture and sequestration and contains specific provisions addressing offshore wind farms. These extensions include a one-year extension for wind projects, a two-year extension for solar projects and a two-year extension for carbon capture and sequestration projects. President Trump is expected to sign the Relief Bill and has until December 28, 2020 to do so, when the current stopgap funding measure expires.
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Covid-19 Relief Legislation to Have Extenders for Renewables
Last night, Congressional leaders announced an agreement on a $900 billion COVID relief bill. While the text of the bill has not been released as of this writing, people familiar with the negotiations have indicated that the deal will extend renewable energy tax credits for wind and solar projects and the Section 45Q carbon capture…
The GREEN Act: Proposed Pandemic Relief for Renewable Energy Industry
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COVID-19: CARES Act Fails to Address Renewable Energy Industry’s Concerns But Path Forward with the IRS Remains
Please click here to read our latest client alert, which discusses some of the tax-related concerns that the renewable energy is facing due the COVID-19.