PROJECTS

Our firm pioneered the government-entity use of 179D and has managed the allocation of over $90 Million in allocations by successfully connecting legal, accounting, and public finance resources to successfully design and implement 179D policies. EE has been engaged by state and local agencies as well as been consulted by the United States General Services Administration (GSA), Department of Defense (DOD), and Department of Energy (DOE) on implementation of the deduction's special rule.   Efficiency Energy developed its 179D EP Act Coordinator Services to bring accounting, legal, engineering and public finance resources together to provide a complete solution to a Government Entity’s needs in managing this incentive.  Our firm provides the working knowledge of 179D to interact with financial, capital planning, budgeting, facilities, and sustainability resources to establish and manage the 179D process and stretch taxpayer-funded investments in energy efficient buildings. 

 

University of Florida

 

The University of Florida received more than $200,000 from a retrofit of a central plant affecting multiple buildings on campus.

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
The Port Authority realized nearly $400,000 in savings at 1WTC.  
University of Texas at Austin

 

The University of Texas at Austin secured nearly $1.4 million from 179D tax deduction allocations from the design and construction of the university’s energy efficient Thermal Energy Storage system.

Miami-Dade County 

 

The County engaged Efficiency Energy LLC in 2012, to establish and administer its 179D allocation process and secure unclaimed resources as a new and unanticipated source for savings.  Miami-Dade County received $1.135 million with recent improvements to the County’s downtown chilled water system.

Los Angeles Unified School District
 

LAUSD secured $206,478 from Designers in return for allocations from its recent new construction of energy efficient schools.  The district engaged Efficiency Energy LLC in 2011 to administer its 179D program and continues to pursue allocations with Designers of new construction and existing building lighting, HVAC, and envelope retrofits.  

Los Angeles Unified School District
 

LAUSD secured $206,478 from Designers in return for allocations from its recent new construction of energy efficient schools.  The district engaged Efficiency Energy LLC in 2011 to administer its 179D program and continues to pursue allocations with Designers of new construction and existing building lighting, HVAC, and envelope retrofits.  

University of Florida 
 
EE has returned more than $600k to several campuses of the State University System of Florida, including the University of Florida, Florida State University, New College, University of Central Florida and Florida Atlantic Univeristy and the University of Central Florida.  
University of Florida 
 
EE has returned more than $600k to several campuses of the State University System of Florida, including the University of Florida, Florida State University, New College, University of Central Florida and Florida Atlantic Univeristy and the University of Central Florida.  

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