San Francisco Considers Tax Credit for RE Companies

In an effort to boost renewable energy use and the businesses behind it, legislation was introduced in San Francisco that would offer renewable energy companies with more than 10 employees an exemption from the city’s business tax. According to the San Francisco Examiner, City Supervisor Jake McGoldrick hopes to make the city a hub for renewable energy development by attracting companies to relocate to the city. The 10 year tax exemption would be effective from the date of relocation and this offer would stand for the next 15 years. See the full story at the following link.
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