Get Up to Speed on Direct Pay Tax Credits at #NAFOAFall23

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Get Up to Speed on Direct Pay Tax Credits at #NAFOAFall23
 
Last year’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) created new and exciting opportunities for tribal energy development. Indian Country energy projects can now access various tax credits that were previously unavailable to tribal governments and businesses, and there is far more potential for renewable energy project profitability.  Initial provisions for the IRA’s Direct Pay tax credit program were released in June, but there are still many important questions about the program that are outstanding.

Make sure to stay current with the latest information on tax credits by attending the breakout session Powering Progress: Unveiling Direct Pay Changes for Tribes and Tribal Energy Projects on Tuesday, October 3rd and find out what steps your tribe can take to receive the credit payments and maximize energy project potential.
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Reserve Your Hotel Room

The Sheraton is currently sold out over some of our conference dates.  You can check availability online until the cut-off date of September 8th.  Additional rooms are available at Gila River Resort & Casino – Wild Horse pass located 5 minutes from the Sheraton.  There is a complimentary shuttle that runs between the hotels.
Reserve Your Room at Gila River Resort Casino

Come Early or Stay Late to Visit Grand Canyon West

Grand Canyon West is situated on the Hualapai Indian Reservation and is an enterprise of the Hualapai Indian Nation.  
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Sheraton Wild Horse Pass 
5594 W Wild Horse Pass Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85226
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INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR?

Contact Dustin VanWinkle, Corporate Relationship Specialist, at dustin@nafoa.org for sponsorship opportunities.

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