Posts Tagged ‘Energy Efficiency Tas Incentives Act’

Solar Film Tax Break for Homeowners Could End Soon

Dec 7th, 2016

The incoming president has vowed to overhaul the U.S. tax code in 2017, and the GOP-led Congress is ready to make that happen in the coming year. That means many popular tax code provisions for homeowners that expire at the end of December, such as deductions for buying energy efficient solar control window film, may […]

New Legislation Offers Opportunity to Increase Usage of Energy-Efficient Window Film

Apr 16th, 2014

Recently introduced legislation could be a positive step forward for the window film industry. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.) introduced the Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives Act (S. 2189), restoring energy-efficiency tax incentives, specifically a tax deduction “for retrofits of existing commercial and multifamily buildings” and “performance-based home energy improvements.” The 179D provision currently allows building owners […]