Wind PTC motivates gust of activity in wind power facility repowering

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October 2016


In order to realize the full value of the PTC, companies should act now to understand what is at stake for repowering and what investments are needed to meet the 5% Safe Harbor in 2016. A number of key factors should be considered as companies commence investigations into wind facilities repowering, including quantifying the expected economics, performing preliminary 80/20 Test calculations, determining how tax attributes will be utilized along with the supporting tax structures needed, and analyzing possible accounting impacts.

With our clients, we assess these significant business implications bringing experience, insights and analysis to fully inform the wind repowering evaluation and to execute once an investment decision has been made.

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Jeremy R. Fago

Principal, Power & Utilities Deals Leader, PwC US

Morris Jones

Partner, Transaction Services practice, PwC US

Matthew Haskins

US Sustainable Business Solutions tax leader, PwC US

Kenyon Willhoit

Power & Utilities Deals Principal, PwC US

Doran McClellan

Managing Director, Valuation, PwC US

Roy Pacumio

US Tangible Assets Valuation Director, PwC US

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