§179D tax incentives Illustrated by Capital Review Group at the Green Pavilion of BOMA International Expo

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(Phoenix, AZ – May 18, 2012) Capital Review Group (CRG) will be located in the Green Pavilion at the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International’s 2012 Every Building Conference and Expo, June 24-26th at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.   The tradeshow expo will feature more than 450 exhibits, and is the commercial real estate industry’s premiere professional event.  CRG’s booth (#1324) will be supporting BOMA’s position as the industry leader in sustainability and energy efficiency.

BOMA International Chair, Boyd R. Zoccola, explains, “This year’s trade expo – and the Green Pavilion and ENERGY STAR Showcase in particular – will highlight our industry suppliers’ most cutting-edge technologies, solutions and services, all of which serve to maximize our buildings’ sustainability…The Green Pavilion helps bring these efforts – and experts – together, in one place, making it easier than ever for Expo visitors to learn how to create an effective sustainability plan.”

The CRG team is prepared to meet with BOMA members to share their energy and incentives expertise,  and talk about how to identify whether their facility qualifies for “green” building incentives and tax benefits under §179D of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct).  The Phoenix-based firm will also be highlighting their third party certification services for §179D qualification.

CRG Founder and CEO, Marky Moore says that many building owners are not aware of how to qualify for and claim the energy efficiency deductions available under EPAct.  Moore says, “CRG is pleased to do our part in helping Expo attendees gather the knowledge and resources necessary to maximize asset performance and increase profitability through green tax incentives, energy tax credit deductions, and energy strategies.”

Capital Review Group is a multi-disciplined energy and incentives solutions leader who stays current on green tax incentives, energy tax credit deductions, IRS compliance regulations and Energy strategies including renewables.  CRG offers§179D analysis and financial recommendations for energy-related federal tax incentives, as well as providing the required third-party certification to claim those deductions.

CRG uses existing tax law to create lasting financial value/benefit. Since 2004, CRG has been a leading partner for contractors, engineering firms, and architects in co-creating strategies to improve clients’ return on investment through energy efficient design and tax incentives.

For more information visit www.capitalreviewgroup.com or www.bomaconvention.org.