New tax credits could power higher ed facilities improvements and clean energy projects

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, President Biden’s signature climate legislation, has not only broadened the scope of existing energy credits but also introduced new credits that taxpayers may access. With these changes, it’s now possible for higher ed institutions to receive a refund on their taxes for facilities improvements and clean energy projects. In a recent article published by the Rochester Business Journal, HSE attorney Joshua E. Gewolb provides comprehensive insights into the strategic application of these new tax credits within higher education institutions.

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