Hotel Owner Benefits from 179D EPAct Includes Parking Garage Lighting Benefit

This newly constructed hotel building in North Carolina reduced their total annual energy and power costs with respect to the interior lighting, HVAC, and building envelope. ETS performed an engineered-based analysis to identify energy efficiency systems within the building and parking garage that qualify for 179D EPAct. The identified systems resulted in a tax benefit of $297,414 for the hotel and $35,692 for the parking garage for a

Combined Benefit of $333,106.

COMPLIMENTARY BENFIT ANALYSIS

ETS has provided thousands of energy tax certifications since 2005. Handling over 100 certifications every month, we have perfected the process by working closely with the IRS. Our precise documentation meets and exceeds the standards required by the Department of Energy and the IRS and has consistently withstood the toughest scrutiny. Contact ETS to for a complimentary benefit analysis.

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