Solutions for Engineers/Architects
Third-Party Energy Certification for Green Buildings, Energy Efficient Buildings
CRG provides solutions and strategies to take advantage of the green tax incentives for constructing energy efficient commercial buildings. There are many ways that your planned or existing building can qualify to receive deductions, which can be as much as $1.80/square foot. Assets such as lighting, HVAC, water heaters, roofing materials, insulation, window glazing, building orientation and ventilation can be designed or improved to create energy efficient buildings as much as current processes and materials will allow. Consult with CRG to maximize green tax incentives on your energy efficient building project before you make your presentation to the decision makers.
CRG’s team of experts have a clear understanding of the allotted deduction to architectural firms and builders, and also acts as an IRS compliant third-party certification service for your firm or your client’s project. In order to claim incentives under the Energy Policy Act of 2005, third-party energy certification (Energy Efficiency Tax Deduction Certification) is required. Our certification assures that that your energy project will achieve maximum value from the perspective of engineering and technical performance as well as incentives and financial performance. Following certification, CRG’s experts are ready to apply additional tax-related strategies to enhance financial performance.
Returns on investment in energy efficiency projects are generally quite favorable when green tax incentives are applied. However, capturing all beneficial tax effects requires that both engineering and tax strategy are performed in sync — this is where CRG stands apart in our team’s ability to provide the most comprehensive and thorough analysis, adding exceptional value for you and your clients. Contact CRG today for third-party certification and to capture the most federal tax benefits linked to your energy efficient building projects. For completed energy projects, it’s not too late to capture federal incentives if you act now.