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Jason represents a variety of international Food and Agribusiness clients, including a large privately held grain merchandising, grain processing and cattle feeding enterprise; an international pork producer, seller and exporter; a beef processing company; several food franchisees; and those in the cannabis and industrial hemp sector. He counsels on issues relating to reorganizations, purchases, divestitures, sales of business assets and tax considerations – including tax credits – with respect to financings.

On August 25, 2022, Husch Blackwell’s Energy team kicked off the first of a series of webinars focusing on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. Attendees were able to submit their most-pressing questions related to changes in investment and production tax credits. We have summarized the Q/A on this timely topic.

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On November 3 the U.S. House of Representatives released  the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (the Act) which contains provisions that will significantly affect production tax credits (PTC) for wind projects.  Based on a review of Section 3501 of the initial draft and conversations with legislative staffers, we expect the potential financial impact to negatively affect planned expansions in wind capacity in the United States.
Continue Reading Proposed Cuts to Production Tax Credits Would Negatively Impact Wind Development