Regulation and tax efficiency

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Clean energy opportunities are for the environment and for your business. Ernst and Young provides specialised services to identify the impact of low carbon policies on your sustainable business decisions. Understanding tax incentives, credits, allowances and carbon tax are just a few of the ways EY's regulation and tax efficiency CCaSS service can support your low-carbon business.

Tax planning and structuring

- Tax structuring in connection with the construction, leverage and disposal of clean energy assets
- International tax structuring for Clean Development Mechanism projects and associated cash flows
- Research and Development credit structuring around the cost of corporate responses to carbon emission regulation
- Assistance with tax planning and compliance related to acquisition, holding and disposition of carbon assets

Transaction tax

- Tax advice for buy side and sell side climate change focused transactions

Incentives, credits and allowances

- Qualification for and monetization of tax credits in connection with energy efficiency across all sectors as well as the creation of clean energy (e.g., wind, solar)
- Assisting in the claiming of credits associated with climate change and sustainability (e.g., energy-efficient buildings)

Human capital

- Help companies align their compensation and benefits strategy with their sustainability strategy including issues such as; fleet management, work force incentives and remote work force
- Design human capital programmes that are consistent with the organisation's sustainability strategy
- Manage implementation of human capital programmes responding to climate change and sustainability

Regulatory and policy advisory

- Determining the impact of a carbon tax on your business
- Legislative and regulatory monitoring and analysis in climate change matters
- Lobbying on behalf of organisations on matters related to climate change and sustainability
- Economic and statistical analyses that can be used to achieve legislative and regulatory objectives