Launching Next Week: Clean Energy Data Collection
PHILADELPHIA, PA – 5/09/22 – In August 2022, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law. The most significant climate and clean energy legislation in U.S. history offers funding, programs, and incentives to accelerate the transition to a more planet-friendly economy. Most provisions went into effect at the beginning of this year.
Leveraging Renewable Energy Incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act
We are thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of our Clean Energy Data Collection. To support wind facilities, solar companies, EV charging stations, and other energy communities, the curated data collection features current data related to energy communities, low-income communities, and other areas that may be eligible for clean energy project tax credits under the IRA.
The growth of clean energy technology manufacturing and deployment across the country aligns with PolicyMap’s mission to drive positive change in communities and markets across the U.S.
Using New Clean Energy and Tax Data for Site Selection
To identify clean energy projects that may be eligible for IRA tax credits, organizations can use the Clean Energy Data Collection to:
- Explore current data related to qualified energy communities including locations of Brownfield sites (shown above).
- Locate metro areas with high percentages of jobs related to coal, oil, and natural gas.
- Identify other potential IRA tax credit-eligible areas including low-income communities, rural areas, tribal areas, and more.
- Upload a list of project addresses to display as points on the map and efficiently determine the eligibility status for each location.
The Clean Energy Data Collection is available through PolicyMap’s mapping platform or licensed through our Data API or flat files. Contact us to learn how you can upgrade your current subscription to include the new data collection.
Disclaimer: This mapping tool does not consider the specific circumstances of individual taxpayers or individual projects. Therefore, the tool should not be solely relied upon for making tax-related decisions. For additional information on IRA Tax Credits, see https://energycommunities.gov/funding-opportunities/tax-credits/.
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