Renewable Energy

A Green Future

Clean technology and renewable energy companies striving to make a name for themselves and bring new products to market face many challenges. Chief among them: beating out the competition and unseating existing technologies. To succeed, these companies will likely need to not only vie for venture capital and government grants but also stretch every dollar that comes through the door. That's where we can help.

We've been serving the needs of clean technology and renewable energy companies for years, bringing together the right team of specialists with deep industry knowledge and technical skill to help organizations take advantage of federal and state incentives and tax credits, wade through existing regulations, and plan out a strategy for the future.

Whether you're developing a new technology, commercializing a product, or acquiring an asset to round out your offerings, we can provide solutions to help make the process easier.

Who We Serve

We help clean technology companies at every stage of growth, from initial development to manufacturing. Our clients represent all facets of the industry, including:

  • Renewable energy: wind, solar, wave, geothermal
  • Biofuel creation, refining, and manufacturing
  • Renewable energy infrastructure suppliers

Renewable Energy Services

In addition to providing the assurance, tax, and business consulting services above, we can help clients receive green tags and carbon credits. Our renewable energy services include:

  • Federal energy tax credits
  • Federal, state, and local tax incentives
  • Federal production tax credits
  • Green tags and carbon credits


Learn how the FASB’s new lease accounting guidance affects embedded leases and how this could change your balance sheet.

Learn the unique effect of social responsibility on renewable energy sources and how its driving growth trends in different sectors of the industry.

Renewable energy projects are now classified as manufacturers under new tax law and may face interest expense limitations and base-erosion anti-abuse tax.

Learn how the hypothetical liquidation at book value (HLBV) accounting method can help allocate net assets when investors’ interests vary.

Learn about new audit rules for partnerships that will likely force renewable energy projects to reconsider their structure.

Discover how to better navigate renewable energy investment opportunities with our industry-specific guide.

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