Thursday, February 29 | 1 p.m. ET
Join us for a webinar to learn about funding opportunities for combined heat and power projects!
There are a variety of ways — from grants to tax credits — that federal programs can help accelerate the deployment of highly efficient and reliable CHP systems.
Our panelists will explore this landscape of opportunities and help project developers, CHP manufactures, end-use customers, and others understand how they can take advantage.
Our focus will be:
— Grants from DOE’s Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains which can, for example, fund upgrades to facilities that have gone through assessments with DOE’s Onsite Energy TAPs.
— The safe harbor deadline for the investment tax credit (ITC), which allow project sponsors to benefit from existing credits if they deploy 5% of costs this year.
While much remains uncertain about technology neutral tax credits taking effect next year, companies have many opportunities to benefit from federal funding in the immediate term.
Our speakers include:
- Emily Robertson — Business Development Lead for Microgrids, Renew Energy Partners
- Kelly Visctoni — Acting Deputy Director, Facilities and Workforce, DOE Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains
- Sophie Chase — Chemical Engineer, American Ag Energy
- Moderated by Will Sherman — Senior Project Manager, Combined Heat and Power Alliance