Selling clean energy tax credits
The best project developers partner with Reunion
- We believe in deal and contract standardization
- We work with a large pool of tax credit buyers
- We use technology to drive down the cost of administration and insurance
Deep experience in project finance
As former developers, we know what’s important to you:
- Certainty of close
- Flexibility of structure
- Ease and efficiency of transaction
- Competitive pricing
Selling a tax credit without a platform like Reunion requires finding a tax credit buyer, who may not be willing to pay the best price for the credit. Buyers may require a bespoke due diligence process, and a potentially lengthy negotiation on legal structure and indemnification. In many cases, buyers will also ask for tax credit insurance to protect their investment.
Reunion's team has been in your shoes, with a combined 30+ years of experience in clean energy financing and development. We have developed a standardized process for completing tax credit transfers; contact us to learn more.
Depreciation benefits are not transferred in tax credit deals; the depreciation remains with the project owner, who can use them to shield taxes on future profits.
Tax credits are generated when the project is placed in service, but project developers have until the extended tax filing deadline to elect to transfer a tax credit. For example, a project placed in service in 2023 can wait as long as October 2024 to elect a transfer.