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PROJECT INFO


Soft Estimate
Rebates $50,000
Tax/Financial Incentives $50,000
Projected Savings $100,000

Project Name: Example Project

Project ID: ICFP-999999

Name: Jane Doe

Email: example@incentifind.com

Address: 123 Main Street

Asset Type: Commercial (Multi-Family) - Existing (<10 years)

Project Size: 5000 sq. feet

Construction Start Date: 11/27/2022

Construction End Date: 11/27/2022

Utility Provider(s):
  • Electric - IncentiFind Utilities
  • Gas - IncentiFind Utilities
  • Water - IncentiFind Utilities

Green Technologies: Renewables (Solar, Wind), Energy Efficiency Indoor (Lighting, HVAC, Window Films), Water Conservation Indoor (Faucets, Toilets)

Website Survey Completed: July 08, 2019

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Timeline

  • Blue - APPLY Service Deadline
  • Red - Incentive Deadline
  • Black - Project Related Date
  • Green - Project/Incentive Milestone

Survey Submission : July 08, 2019

APPLY Services Deadline : December 05, 2021

APPLY Services must be authorized by 12/05/2021 Deadline to Authorize APPLY Services

Pre-approval Deadline : January 04, 2022

Pre-approval must be completed by 01/04/2022

Pre-approval must be completed by 01/04/2022

Construction Start Date : March 05, 2022

Construction begins 03/05/2022 Construction Start Date

Present Day : November 27, 2022

Disclaimer

The below list of incentives does not guarantee your project’s eligibility or award. Please review the below list of incentives with IncentiFind to determine which incentives you want to APPLY to. We have indicated the incentives we can help you apply to in the "APPLY Services" column as well as the fee associated with the incentive's application process.


02 VERIFY is a service of IncentiFind, Inc.. Incentives, prices, fees, or estimates referenced in this document do not constitute a guarantee that funding will be received. Any arrangement as to services, their associated fees, must be contracted for in a separate written agreement. This document provided is without any representation or warranty. IncentiFind, Inc. does not warrant that the information contained in this document is complete, accurate, or misleading. IncentiFind, Inc. does not offer legal, financial, tax, or regulatory advice. Incentives listed are current as of the date shown on the recipient's profile. This document is not intended for distribution or reproduction. This document is not intended to be used for any other purposes other than for the property listed below, property owner’s use (or owner’s representative use), and is based on the project details provided in the completion of our online survey.
Incentive Summary
Incentives
Level of Government Incentive
Tax
Grant
EE*
WC*
Renewable
Other
Utility
1 IncentiFind Utilities - Solar Load Management
Utility
2 IncentiFind Utilities - Solar Rebate Program
City
3 City of IncentiFind - Lighting Grant Program
City
4 City of IncentiFind - Solar Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)
City
5 City of IncentiFind - HVAC Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)
City
6 City of IncentiFind - Faucets Tax Abatement
State
7 State of IncentiFind - Wind Property Tax Exemption
State
8 State of IncentiFind - Window Films Property Tax Exemption
Federal
9 Country of IncentiFind - Toilets Corporate Tax Deduction

Each of the incentives you see listed in the above chart are detailed for you below. The incentives are numbered to correspond to their details below. The incentives are sorted by their governing agency and, are in the following order: Utility, City, County, State, and Federal.

LOCAL: Utility

Organization - Incentive Name Eligible Scope Estimated Funds Estimated Time Next Steps to Capture APPLY Services
1. IncentiFind Utilities

Solar Load Management
Solar Load Management

Contact Information

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

The Commercial Load Management Standard Offer Program is designed to reduce demand during an ERCOT EEA2 emergency or in anticipation of an ERCOT EEA2 emergency throughout the summer peak period in a cost-effective manner and to reach the demand savings goals established by the legislature and Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT). The Program is available to non-residential, distribution, government, education, and non-profit customers. Commercial customers curtail load when notified. Curtailments may occur during the summer peak demand period of each year, defined for this Program as weekdays, June 1 through Sept. 30, of each Program year, between the hours of 1 and 7 p.m.

Eligible Participants
Participants are required to be capable of curtailing at least 100 kW. Participant must be non-residential customers taking service at the distribution level and/or be a non-profit customer or government entity, including educational installations.

Eligibility

  • Program available to non-residential distribution, government, educational institutions and non-profit customers.
  • Earn up to $30.00 per kW of verified curtailed load each year of participation.
  • Availability period for curtailments is limited to June 1 through September 30, 1-7 p.m. on weekdays, excluding federal holidays
  • Participants are required to be capable of curtailing at least 100 kW.
  • Participant must be equipped with an Interval Data Recorder or Smart Meter.

Commercial Customers Commit to

  • Curtail load when provided 30 minute notification.
  • One-year commitment, but there are no penalties if opt out of the program at an earlier time.
  • A maximum of six (6) curtailments each year: A maximum of two (2) scheduled curtailments lasting one to three hours in duration each, plus a maximum of four (4) unscheduled curtailments lasting up to four hours each in duration during each year of participation.

ELIGIBLE PROJECT SITES REQUIRE:

  • Commercial customers taking service at the distribution level (i.e., service voltage at 34,500 volts or less), and/or certain eligible transmission level (i.e., service voltage at 69,000 volts or greater) customers including non-profits, governmental entities and educational institutions.
  • Metered loads capable of curtailing at least 100 kW at each meter.
  • Interval Data Recorder meter(s) and/or Smart Meters.
  • Sponsors committed and able to curtail regularly with 30 minutes’ notice.

CUSTOMER COMMITMENTS:

  • By its participation, the eligible customer or other project sponsor pledges to not attempt to participate in other load management programs or other CenterPoint Energy incentive programs using the same Curtailable Loads during the same timeframe (i.e., there is no “double-dipping” permitted with ERCOT or any other bidding programs).
  • The customer further commits to stand ready for a maximum of six curtailments each year as follows:
    > A maximum of two (2) Scheduled Curtailments of one to three-hour’s duration during each year of participation, plus a maximum of four (4) Unscheduled Curtailments of up to four hours each during each year of participation.
    > Actual curtailments have totaled six hours or less (two scheduled) each year of the program, but program sponsors must be prepared for the full complement each year.
    > The availability period is limited to 1-7 p.m. weekdays, June through September, excluding federal holidays.

Eligible Project Sponsors include:

  • National or local energy service companies (ESCOs) or other aggregation groups.
  • Retail electricity providers (REPs).
  • Individual customers that identify Curtailable Load in their own facilities.

Project and Site Eligibility

A project site is defined as one or more metered locations, each capable of providing at least 100 Curtailable kW. A single project site may include multiple buildings served by a single IDR meter or Smart Meter, or Project Sponsors may include more than one project site in their applications provided each project site must meet the following requirements:

  • Be either a distribution level non-residential customer or a transmission level non-profit, governmental, or educational customer served by CenterPoint Energy.
  • Provide total estimated demand savings of at least 100 kW during the summer peak demand period at each Project Site on call 1-7 p.m. weekdays June through September, excluding federal holidays.
  • Be served by an Interval Data Recorder (IDR) and/or Smart Meter that is monitored by CenterPoint Energy. If all buildings and meters are tied to one ESI ID, then they may be combined into a single project site.

CenterPoint Energy CLM 2022 Program Manual

CLM Application Guide

Minimum Funds:

Must meet 100kW requirement ($30.00x100kW) = $3,000.00



Maximum Funds:

Earn up to $30.00 per kW of verified curtailed load each year of participation.

1. Application period is closed (Applicants may begin input to the database starting April 11, 2022 – April 15, 2022. If the program is not fully reserved by close of business April 15, 2022, the program application process will remain open until May 2, 2022.)

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: No

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. Start Application.

  2. Submitted Applications are reviewed by CenterPoint Energy to determine participant eligibility, project feasibility based on submitted data, and participant’s performance in the program in prior years.

  3. Once the Application is approved by CenterPoint Energy, the Project Sponsor’s primary obligations will be to:
    (1) Respond effectively to calls for Scheduled and Unscheduled curtailments of the contracted Curtailable Loads when notified by CenterPoint Energy, and
    (2) Maintain the desired load reduction throughout the duration of the event(s).

  4. Performance period.

  5. CenterPoint Energy will perform the Monitoring and Verification (M&V) Process after each curtailment (Scheduled or Unscheduled). Demand savings and incentive payment amounts will be based on actual, verified Curtailable Load reduction.

  6. CenterPoint Energy pays Project Sponsors Incentive Payment in a single lump sum installment following the close of the season.

APPLY Services are not offered for this incentive. The owner/installer must do the application.

2. IncentiFind Utilities

Solar Rebate Program
Solar Rebate Program

Contact Information

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Equipment: Natural gas generators which turn on automatically during any power outages.

Offer available only to CenterPoint Energy residential and small commercial natural gas customers in LA, MS and TX, purchasing a qualifying generator from a participating program dealer.

Actual discount is based on the natural gas kW generator rating noted in the maximum funds info section.

  • Qualifying CenterPoint Energy customers in LA, MS, and TX are eligible to receive a free KOHLER automatic transfer switch, up to a $770 MSRP value with purchase of a qualifying KOHLER generator* within promotional period of 10/16/2020 – 12/15/2020.
  • Offer valid on the following Kohler generator products, using an RDT or RXT transfer switch: 8RESV(L), 12RES‚ 10RESV(L), 12RESV(L), 14RESA/RCA(L)‚ 20RESC/RCA(L), 20RESD‚ 24RCL, 30RCL, 38RCL(B)‚ 48RCL(B)‚ 60RCL(A)‚ KG80R, 100ERESD‚ 125ERESC or 150ERESC generators. Valid on any KOHLER RXT/RDT transfer switches only.
  • Dealer disclaimer: in order for a customer to qualify for this offer, product invoice including ATS model must be provided to Kohler by June 15, 2021 for tracking. Valid on any KOHLER RXT/RDT transfer switches only.
Minimum Funds:

Natural Gas Generator

Kilowatt (KW)// Rating Discount Amount

  • 0-17 KW = $250
  • 18-22 KW Air Cooled = $350
  • 21-36 KW Liquid Cooled = $400
  • 37-59 KW Liquid Cooled = $750
  • 60 KW and up = $1,500

Free KOHLER automatic transfer switch, (<$750 MSRP value) with purchase of a qualifying KOHLER generator

Plus, $300 dollars off and your 1st year maintenance contract free with the purchase of a qualifying KOHLER generator from an eligible participating dealer.



Maximum Funds:

Natural Gas Generator

Kilowatt (KW)// Rating Discount Amount

  • 0-17 KW = $250
  • 18-22 KW Air Cooled = $350
  • 21-36 KW Liquid Cooled = $400
  • 37-59 KW Liquid Cooled = $750
  • 60 KW and up = $1,500

Free KOHLER automatic transfer switch, (<$750 MSRP value) with purchase of a qualifying KOHLER generator

Plus, $300 dollars off and your 1st year maintenance contract free with the purchase of a qualifying KOHLER generator from an eligible participating dealer.

1. Application period is closed ()

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: CenterPoint Energy Standby Generator Program Participating Dealers  

3. Pre-Approval Required: No

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 

NOTE: Make sure you are in the CenterPoint Energy (TDU) service territory.

  1. Submit a form to get a free quote through this link

  2. Receive an onsite visit from a participating program dealer

  3. Capture discount based on the natural gas kW generator rating of your new generator purchase and receive instant rebate on the free KOHLER Automatic Transfer Switch (value up to $750)

CITY: Houston

Organization - Incentive Name Eligible Scope Estimated Funds Estimated Time Next Steps to Capture APPLY Services
3. City of IncentiFind

Lighting Grant Program
Lighting Grant Program

Contact Information

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Eligibility

  • A city may establish programs to deliver loans or grants of public money,financing state and local economic development.

Eligible Participants

  • Non-profit organizations or development corporations (created by the city).

Houston may use public funds, revenue our city charter permits us to collect. (Tax Revenue, Grants, Gifts etc.)

Minimum Funds:

Varies by projact



Maximum Funds:

Varies by project

1. Application period is open

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. Stage 1
    > A group reaches out to the Economic Development Division (EDD) via our "contacts us" form (on the new website), briefly explaining their project
    > EDD emails a response: either explaining project does not align with priorities or invites the developer to present the project to EDD and fill out a Business Information Form (BIF)

  2. Stage 2
    > Developer presents the project to individuals within the EDD
    > The division scores the development using a matrix and the BIF

  3. Stage 3
    > Qualifying developments are asked to discuss ways to layer their investments with other city initiatives and plans; this phase may involve several discussions and meetings across city departments, such as:
    - The Department of Public Works and Engineering
    - The Planning Department
    - The Department of Housing and Community Development

  4. Stage 4
    > The group submits a formal application (original application)
    > If the city finds application (including financial pro-forma) aligns with city initiatives and agrees with financial assumptions then the division begins to draft an economic development agreement with City of Houston's Legal Department

  5. Stage 5
    > The agreement is presented to council for approval

4. City of IncentiFind

Solar Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)
Solar Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)

Third Party Expert

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Eligibility

Tax Abatement and other incentives offered to commercial property owners within a defined Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone.

The project plan must include:

  • a map showing existing uses/conditions of real property in the zone & a map showing proposed improvements/uses of that property;
  • proposed changes of zoning ordinances, the master plan of the municipality, building codes, other municipal ordinances, & subdivision rules and regulations, if any, of the county, if applicable;
  • list of estimated non-project costs; and
  • statement of a method of relocating persons to be displaced as a result of implementing the plan.

The reinvestment zone financing plan must include:

  • a detailed list describing the estimated project costs of the zone, including administrative expenses;
  • statement listing the kind, number, and location of all proposed public works or public improvements in the zone;
  • economic feasibility study;
  • estimated amount of bonded indebtedness to be incurred;
  • time when related costs or monetary obligations are to be incurred;
  • description of the methods of financing all estimated project costs &expected sources of revenue to finance or pay project costs, including the % of tax increment to be derived from the property taxes of each taxing unit that levies taxes on real property in the zone;
  • current total appraised value of taxable real property in the zone;
  • estimated captured appraised value of the zone during each year of its existence; and
  • duration of the zone.

The governing body of the municipality that created the zone must approve a project plan or reinvestment zone financing plan after its adoption by the board. The approval must be by ordinance, in the case of a municipality, that finds that the plan is feasible and conforms to the master plan, if any, of the municipality or to subdivision rules and regulations, if any, of the county.

To be designated as a reinvestment zone, an area must:

Substantially arrest or impair the sound growth of the municipality or county creating the zone, retard the provision of housing accommodations, or constitute an economic or social liability and be a menace to the public health, safety, morals, or welfare in its present condition and use because of the presence of:

  • a substantial number of substandard, slum, deteriorated, or deteriorating structures;
  • the predominance of defective or inadequate sidewalk or street layout;
  • faulty lot layout in relation to size, adequacy, accessibility, or usefulness;
  • unsanitary or unsafe conditions;
  • the deterioration of site or other improvements;
  • tax or special assessment delinquency exceeding the fair value of the land;
  • defective or unusual conditions of title;
  • conditions that endanger life or property by fire or other cause; or
  • structures, other than single-family residential structures, less than 10 percent of the square footage of which has been used for commercial, industrial, or residential purposes during the preceding 12 years, if the municipality has a population of 100,000 or more;
Minimum Funds:

Varies by project



Maximum Funds:

Budgets vary by TIRZ zone, see here.

1. Application period is open

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. Confirm which TIRZ the project is located in here.

  2. The board of directors of a reinvestment zone shall prepare and adopt a project plan and a reinvestment zone financing plan for the zone and submit the plans to the governing body of the municipality that created the zone.

  3. The plans must be as consistent as possible with the preliminary plans developed for the zone before the creation of the board.

IncentiFind can connect you to our third party expert who can explain why this incentive may be right for your project.

5. City of IncentiFind

HVAC Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)
HVAC Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)

Third Party Expert

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Eligibility

Tax Abatement and other incentives offered to commercial property owners within a defined Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone.

The project plan must include:

  • a map showing existing uses/conditions of real property in the zone & a map showing proposed improvements/uses of that property;
  • proposed changes of zoning ordinances, the master plan of the municipality, building codes, other municipal ordinances, & subdivision rules and regulations, if any, of the county, if applicable;
  • list of estimated non-project costs; and
  • statement of a method of relocating persons to be displaced as a result of implementing the plan.

The reinvestment zone financing plan must include:

  • a detailed list describing the estimated project costs of the zone, including administrative expenses;
  • statement listing the kind, number, and location of all proposed public works or public improvements in the zone;
  • economic feasibility study;
  • estimated amount of bonded indebtedness to be incurred;
  • time when related costs or monetary obligations are to be incurred;
  • description of the methods of financing all estimated project costs &expected sources of revenue to finance or pay project costs, including the % of tax increment to be derived from the property taxes of each taxing unit that levies taxes on real property in the zone;
  • current total appraised value of taxable real property in the zone;
  • estimated captured appraised value of the zone during each year of its existence; and
  • duration of the zone.

The governing body of the municipality that created the zone must approve a project plan or reinvestment zone financing plan after its adoption by the board. The approval must be by ordinance, in the case of a municipality, that finds that the plan is feasible and conforms to the master plan, if any, of the municipality or to subdivision rules and regulations, if any, of the county.

To be designated as a reinvestment zone, an area must:

Substantially arrest or impair the sound growth of the municipality or county creating the zone, retard the provision of housing accommodations, or constitute an economic or social liability and be a menace to the public health, safety, morals, or welfare in its present condition and use because of the presence of:

  • a substantial number of substandard, slum, deteriorated, or deteriorating structures;
  • the predominance of defective or inadequate sidewalk or street layout;
  • faulty lot layout in relation to size, adequacy, accessibility, or usefulness;
  • unsanitary or unsafe conditions;
  • the deterioration of site or other improvements;
  • tax or special assessment delinquency exceeding the fair value of the land;
  • defective or unusual conditions of title;
  • conditions that endanger life or property by fire or other cause; or
  • structures, other than single-family residential structures, less than 10 percent of the square footage of which has been used for commercial, industrial, or residential purposes during the preceding 12 years, if the municipality has a population of 100,000 or more;
Minimum Funds:

Varies by project



Maximum Funds:

Budgets vary by TIRZ zone. See here

1. Application period is open

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. Confirm which TIRZ the project is located in here

  2. The board of directors of a reinvestment zone shall prepare and adopt a project plan and a reinvestment zone financing plan for the zone and submit the plans to the governing body of the municipality that created the zone.

  3. The plans must be as consistent as possible with the preliminary plans developed for the zone before the creation of the board.

IncentiFind can connect you to our third party expert who can explain why this incentive may be right for your project.

6. City of IncentiFind

Faucets Tax Abatement
Faucets Tax Abatement

Third Party Expert

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Eligible Business / Applicant Eligibility

  • The Program is available to new businesses that occupy the first-floor space with street front presence and access, complement the downtown retail mix, and help strengthen the existing retail clusters.
  • New businesses are only eligible to apply for one HDMD grant program.
  • Preference will be given to businesses located in the Key Retail Zones. Central Houston will work with developers of retail projects downtown on creating customized incentives.
  • Retail can be part of a mixed-use project.

Preference will be given to following types of businesses:

  • Apparel/Shoes/Home Furnishings ; Other Soft Goods
  • Specialty Food Stores/Specialty Food Establishments
  • Art Galleries/Museums
  • Live Music/Theater; Other Performing Arts Venues

QUALIFYING PROJECT EXPENDITURES:

Tenant build-out improvements

  • Design work, drawings, & renderings associated with the project
  • Mechanical, electrical, plumbing work for the build-out
  • HVAC, fire suppression, costs of bringing building up to current code
  • Permits & inspections
  • Flooring
  • Lighting
  • Attached fixtures

Building façade improvements

  • Design work associated with the project
  • Exterior treatments including painting, murals, siding, and bricking
  • Repairs, replacement, and installation of exterior doors, windows, and trim
  • Structural improvements to the façade
  • Lighting improvements
  • Removal of elements that cover architectural details
  • Restoration of details on historically significant buildings
  • Awnings and signage, including installation costs
  • Sidewalk cafes, including balcony, deck, outdoor furnishings, planters

Program Manual here

Minimum Funds:

Varies by Project.



Maximum Funds:

The amount of the grant is calculated by taking the total points scored, multiplied by the total square footage of the project and multiplied by .5.

Ex: project with build-out of 2,500 square feet that scored 25 points would be awarded a grant in the ballpark of $31,250 (2,500 X 25 X .5 = 31,250).

1. Application period is open

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. It is recommend to always work through a certified professional.

  2. Contact IncentiFind to obtain contact for Houston Downtown Management District in order to determine eligibility

  3. The applicant must go through a consultation with HDMD’s Retail Development Coordinator before an application is submitted. Grant applications will not be submitted to the Committee for review until all the requested information is included and approved by HDMD.

  4. The HDMD Retail/Economic Development Committee will meet monthly to review applications, unless no applications have been submitted. The applicant must present in person to the Committee the project concept, business plan and funding arrangement and articulate how the project meets the objective of the Program.

  5. Once the grant is approved, the applicant has six (6) months to begin construction.

IncentiFind can connect you to our third party expert who can explain why this incentive may be right for your project.

STATE: Texas

Organization - Incentive Name Eligible Scope Estimated Funds Estimated Time Next Steps to Capture APPLY Services
7. State of IncentiFind

Wind Property Tax Exemption
Wind Property Tax Exemption

Third Party Expert

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Texas offers this property tax exemption that allows owners to get a tax exempmtionfor the amount of the appraised value of the property after installing solar or wind-powered energy device.

It's primary use could be for the production and distribution of for on-site use, or devices used to store that energy. "Solar" is broadly defined to include a range of biomass technologies.

  • thermal
  • mechanical
  • electrical energy

Incentive Type: Property tax exemption - commercial, industrial & residential.

Eligible Renewable Technologies:

  • Passive solar space heat,
  • Solar water heat
  • Solar space heat
  • Solar thermal electric
  • Solar thermal process heat
  • Solar photovoltaics
  • Wind
  • Biomass
  • Storage technologies
  • Solar pool heating
  • Anaerobic digestion

Solar and Wind-Powered Energy Device Exemption Guidelines

Minimum Funds:

Varies by project.



Maximum Funds:

Exemption applies to the added value to the property by the eligible installation, therefore property taxes are evaluated on PRE-SYSTEM installation

Example: If your property is valued and taxed at $150,000 and you add a $15,000 system that increases the property value, the exemption applies to the added value

Wtih the exemption you will only be taxed on the property value before you added the system.

1. Application period is open ()

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. Check your eligibility.

  2. Fill out Form 50-123 Exemption Application for Solar or Wind-Powered Energy Devices.

IncentiFind can connect you to our third party expert who can explain why this incentive may be right for your project.

8. State of IncentiFind

Window Films Property Tax Exemption
Window Films Property Tax Exemption

Third Party Expert

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Texas offers this property tax exemption that allows owners to get a tax exempmtionfor the amount of the appraised value of the property after installing solar or wind-powered energy device.

It's primary use could be for the production and distribution of for on-site use, or devices used to store that energy. "Solar" is broadly defined to include a range of biomass technologies.

  • thermal
  • mechanical
  • electrical energy

Incentive Type: Property tax exemption - commercial, industrial & residential.

Eligible Renewable Technologies:

  • Passive solar space heat,
  • Solar water heat
  • Solar space heat
  • Solar thermal electric
  • Solar thermal process heat
  • Solar photovoltaics
  • Wind
  • Biomass
  • Storage technologies
  • Solar pool heating
  • Anaerobic digestion

Solar and Wind-Powered Energy Device Exemption Guidelines

Minimum Funds:

Varies by project.



Maximum Funds:

Exemption applies to the added value to the property by the eligible installation, therefore property taxes are evaluated on PRE-SYSTEM installation

Example: If your property is valued and taxed at $150,000 and you add a $15,000 system that increases the property value, the exemption applies to the added value

Wtih the exemption you will only be taxed on the property value before you added the system.

1. Application period is open ()

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. Check your eligibility.

  2. Fill out Form 50-123 Exemption Application for Solar or Wind-Powered Energy Devices.

IncentiFind can connect you to our third party expert who can explain why this incentive may be right for your project.

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Organization - Incentive Name Eligible Scope Estimated Funds Estimated Time Next Steps to Capture APPLY Services
9. Country of IncentiFind

Toilets Corporate Tax Deduction
Toilets Corporate Tax Deduction

Third Party Expert

johndoe@incentifind.com

123-456-7890

Tax Deduction for the recovery of the cost of tangible property over the statutorily prescribed recovery period. MACRS is the depreciation used for most property.

Tax credits and depreciation deduction normally go with the entity that paid for the improvement.

Minimum Funds:

None



Maximum Funds:

Under Section 179, for 2020 a business may elect to expense up to $1,040,000 of the purchase price of qualifying equipment. However, the maximum expense allowed is limited by the amount of equipment purchased in the current year. Purchases in excess of the allowable amount will result in a dollar-for-dollar reduction in the maximum allowable expense.

1. Application period is open

2. Preferred Vendor/Contractor required: No preferred vendor/contractor

3. Pre-Approval Required: Yes

4. Pre-Inspection Required: No

5. Post-Audit Required: 

6. Average time from Application to Approval: 

7. After approval, funds typically received: 
  1. The law requires property owners to apply for an exemption in most circumstances. IncentiFind recommends that you work with your tax consultant, CPA, or counsel.

  2. Make sure your system equipment is eligible.

  3. For equipment on which ITC is claimed, owner must reduce the project’s depreciable basis by ½ the value of 26% ITC. (The owner is able to deduct 85% of tax basis).

IncentiFind can connect you to our third party expert who can explain why this incentive may be right for your project.