Join us on April 27th at 6 PM with Ed Outlaw for a meeting on incentives for renewables and energy efficiency
We all know that grants and tax incentives can play a big role in getting projects to work financially, and that these incentive programs are a moving target. Join us for a webinar presentation where Ed Outlaw will talk about some specific incentives, and will discuss where to research incentives generally. As the focus on decarbonization increases, we expect to see some new types of incentives. We will also discuss what some of these newer incentives might look like.
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Tuesday, April 27, 2021
6 PM to 7 PM
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Biography of Ed Outlaw, CPA, CEM
In his professional life, Ed is a tax credit and financial incentive consultant. Prior to founding Outlaw Consulting in 1998, he worked in the state and local tax practices of various Big 4 accounting firms. With Outlaw Consulting, Ed has worked with numerous companies in a variety of industries to negotiate incentives for expansions and relocations, and to help companies take advantage of state tax credits.
In recent years, Ed has begun to work with tax incentives for renewable energy and energy efficiency. He is a partner in Consensus Energy, a firm that does energy efficiency consulting and contracting. His educational background includes an undergraduate degree from Emory University and a Masters Degree in Taxation from Georgia State University.
Ed has been an active member of the Rotary Club of Peachtree City for over 20 years. He has also served on various non-profit Boards, including with Music in Common, and as Chair of GRDCEP, the Rotary organization that runs the Georgia Laws of Life Essay Contest.
Ed lives in Peachtree City, Georgia with his wife, Denise, and children Megan and James. Ed’s personal interests include backpacking, traveling, golf, tennis, reading, bike riding, gardening and skiing.
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