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Chadbourne & Parke’s John Marciano looks at the high-level tax considerations surrounding investment in non-US projects.
The IRS has had a flood of calls about a suggestion that turbine supply agreements should not have liquidated damages provisions.
Congress finally got around to extending the production tax credits and investment tax credits for wind, geothemal, biomass, marine, landfill gas and hydro projects.
In this briefing, Kelly Kogan, a senior attorney with Chadbourne & Parke, explains why expansion into new markets must be planned, with a focus on identifying and managing the potential costs of such an initiative.