At Churchill Stateside, we're driving clean energy innovation at the intersection of finance and sustainability. We empower corporations, insurance firms, and global conglomerates to leverage renewable energy tax credits for environmental impact and material financial benefits.
With over $5.5 billion dollars in tax equity projects placed in the past few years, Churchill Stateside is at the forefront of accelerating power decarbonization in the United States. Tax equity investors are instrumental in advancing our nation's ambitious climate objectives, driving the creation of manufacturing jobs, strengthening the economy, and positioning the United States as a formidable global contender throughout the 21st century.
Why Choose Green Tax Equity?
Learn more about why green tax equity matters from tax benefits to reaching your climate goals.
Traditional tax equity is a strategic financial mechanism, created by Congress, enabling companies to invest in renewable energy projects while benefiting from substantial tax incentives. In this arrangement, a corporation partners with a renewable energy project developer to provide necessary capital. In return, the corporation receives income tax credits and other sustainability benefits associated with the clean energy investment.
When corporate taxpayers invest in renewable tax equity projects, like utility scale solar and storage, they are providing crucial capital necessary to provide additive power to the nation’s grid, as well as manufacturing and industrial job growth and decarbonization.
By supporting the growth of sustainable energy solutions, the corporate taxpayer is able to make an environmental impact, such as reducing Scope 2 emissions, and at the same time reduce their overall tax liability, making it a win-win strategy for the environment and the company's bottom line.
Securities offered through Churchill Stateside Securities, LLC (“CSS”), memberFINRA/SIPC registered with the MSRB. Non-securities products and services offered through Churchill Stateside Group, LLC (“CSG”). CSS and CSG are affiliated through common ownership and/or control. Certain individuals associated with or employed by CSG may also be registered representatives associated with CSS.