WITH THE UNITED States poised to lead a global push for carbon capture, use and storage, investors and developers in the U.S. are anxiously awaiting the full release of guidelines from the IRS on expanded tax credits for CCUS projects.
It has been more than two years since Congress, in passing the FUTURE Act, extended and expanded credits under Section 45Q of the federal tax code. These credits have the potential to attract investments, promote research and development, and stimulate CCUS projects aimed at slashing carbon emissions across energy and industrial sectors.Read More
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The urgency to mitigate climate change has pushed many to propose radical alterations to how humans exist on the planet.Read More