Jerome L. Garciano, attorney for the Real Estate Group at Robinson + Cole, released his January 2016 Green Tax Incentive Compendium, which includes the recent energy tax credit extensions in the 2015 PATH Act and the 2016 Consolidated Appropriations Act.

This volume presents certain federal and state tax incentives promoting the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries. Each section outlines the basic features and regulatory requirements for a tax program which provides financial incentives for clean technology development through renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.

Jerome Garciano is an attorney in the firm’s Real Estate Group whose practice focuses on state and federal tax financing incentives affecting the built environment. Mr. Garciano provides tax and finance support for developers, lenders, syndicators, investors, nonprofit sponsors, and government agencies in renewable energy and real estate developments using the Historic, New Markets, Renewable Energy, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. He is a LEED accredited professional and has advised clients on utilizing energy efficiency and renewable energy tax incentives. He also works on tax policy initiatives promoting green energy and real estate development. He is also a certified public accountant and has worked as a finance associate at a national nonprofit organization and a financial services firm. Jerome is also a member in the firm’s Sustainability Cross Practice Team which focuses on building and development of sustainable projects, including energy efficiency, renewable and alternative energy, green building, smart growth, water resources and preservation of natural resources is the issue of our generation.