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Ep73: Superpower: One Man's Quest to Transform American Energy
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Russell Gold, senior energy reporter for The Wall Street Journal, and Michael Skelly, a senior advisor at Lazard and founder of Clean Line Energy Partners, join us for a discussion about Gold’s new book on the

Are you using the right version of the IRS’s Solar Start of Construction Notice?
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IRS Notice 2018-59 was generally welcomed news to the solar industry as it provided the industry specific guidance as to how to start construction to ensure that a project would qualify for ...

Ep72: The ITC Extension Bill and What it Means for the Industry
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Jessie Robbins, senior director of structured finance at Sol Systems, joins us to talk about the ITC extension bill. We talk about whether developers still need to worry about safe harboring, how the ITC step

Ep71: BloombergNEF's New Energy Outlook
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Ethan Zindler, head of Americas at BloombergNEF, joins us to discuss their New Energy Outlook. We get into how the outlook differs from others in the market, some of the biggest and most surprising findings...

Ep70: Solar Refinancing and M&A
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Richard Matsui, founder and CEO of kWh Analytics, is back to give us an update on their Solar Lendscape from the asset owners’ perspective.

Investing in US Solar: US Tax Aspects for Japanese Investors
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David Burton gave a presentation at the Japan Institute for Overseas Investment on US tax fundamentals for Japanese investors investing in US solar projects.

ITC extension?
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An investment tax credit extension is back before Congress.

Extending the four-year window
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The four-year window to finish some renewable energy projects to qualify for federal tax credits will be extended in one situation, the IRS said.

Reportable transactions
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Some transactions must be reported to the IRS as potential corporate tax shelters.