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Income tax implications for improvements using C-PACE

January 11, 2019 Article 5 min read
Authors:
Brent Hendricks
Although Colorado’s C-PACE program presents opportunity for property owners and developers, the income tax accounting implications are uncertain. Learn more at Colorado Real Estate Journal.

People in meeting Colorado’s Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program presents a unique financing opportunity for property owners and developers. Energy-efficient improvements, renewable energy projects, water conservation initiatives, and other energy-focused projects made on new construction and existing structures may qualify for secured, nonrecourse financing administered through a special assessment and lien placed on the property. The improvements are designed to improve a building’s energy efficiency, thus reducing operating costs.

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