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R362. Governor, Energy Development.
Rule R362-1. Qualification for the Alternative Energy Development Tax Credit.
As in effect on May 1, 2016
Table of Contents
- R362-1-1. Purpose and Authority.
- R362-1-2. Definitions.
- R362-1-3. Conditions.
- Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment
- Authorizing, Implemented, or Interpreted Law
(1) Purpose. Pursuant to the Alternative Energy Development Tax Credit Act, this rule establishes standards an alternative energy entity shall meet to qualify for a tax credit.
(2) Authority. This rule is authorized by Subsection 63M-4-503(1)(a), Utah Code.
(1) Terms used in this rule are defined in Section 63M-4-502.
(2) In addition:
(a) "site control" means an enforceable right to use a parcel of land for an alternative energy project; and
(b) "project development activities" means those actions described under Subsections 63M-4-502(3)(a) and 63M-4-502(3)(b).
(1) In order to qualify for a tax credit, an alternative energy entity must meet those requirements outlined in Subsection 63M-4-503(1)(b), and must be prepared to:
(a) follow the procedures and expectations outlined in Sections 59-7-614.7, 59-10-1029, and 63M-4-504; and
(b) bear any costs associated with meeting the requirements outlined below in Subsection R362-1-4(2)(b)(ii)(A).
(2) In addition, the alternative energy entity must demonstrate the viability of its alternative energy project by submitting evidence it has secured:
(a) one or more land leases or other form of site control; and
(b) one or more of the following:
(i) permits from a local, state or federal regulatory agency, not to include conditional use permits;
(ii) financing sufficient to initiate project development activities, as may be:
(A) assessed, at the office's request, by third party financial review; or
(B) affirmed by the existence of one or more:
(I) power purchase agreements; or
(II) off-take agreements.
(iii) a position in the generation interconnection queue that has advanced beyond the Feasibility Study phase.
alternative energy development tax credit
September 24, 2012
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