Make your projects a reality with clean energy tax credits

Sell your tax credits to third-party buyers to help secure project financing and add new renewables to the grid.

Make your projects a reality with clean energy tax credits

Sell your tax credits to third-party buyers to help secure project financing and add new renewables to the grid.

The trusted platform for selling clean energy tax credits

The IRA changed tax credits

With the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act, the tax credits from new clean energy projects are now transferable, which means you can sell them at a discount to any company with a tax liability through a simple sale transaction.

Before the IRA

Before the Inflation Reduction Act, tax credits could not be sold, did not reward impact, and were being phased out in 2025.

After the IRA

Tax credits are extended through 2032 and their amount now depends on project attributes ranging from 6-70%.

Tools for Project Developers

With the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act, clean energy tax credits can now climb as high as 70% if you build projects just right. helps developers maximize and sell tax credits to expedite projects and accelerate the renewable energy transition. Try our estimator for free and sign up to get updates as the final rules and regulations are released.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I sell tax credits on a project located in a U.S. territory?

If your project is located in or will be used in a U.S. territory (Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa or the Northern Mariana Islands) and you are seeking an investment tax credit, special rules apply as to whether your project can qualify, based on pre-IRA provisions located in sections 50(b)(1) and 168(g)(4) of the tax code.

In order to be eligible for this type of credit, your project must be owned by a domestic corporation or a United States citizen that is not a bona fide resident of a U.S. territory;  a “domestic corporation” for this purpose is a corporation organized under the laws of one of the fifty states or the District of Columbia.  Therefore, projects built or used in a U.S. territory owned by a resident of a U.S. territory or a corporation organized under the laws of a U.S. territory will not be eligible.  

Note that “investment tax credit” for this purpose includes any credit based on the value of a renewable energy property that you are building or have acquired - such as the tax credit for recharging stations under section 30C, the credit for commercial clean vehicles under 45W, the credits for renewable electricity generation facilities under section 48 and 48E, or the credit for advanced renewable energy manufacturing facilities under section 48C.  

If you are located in a U.S. territory and are seeking a production tax credit, no special rules apply to you and you may qualify to the same extent as you would if located in one of the fifty states.

Who is is a clean energy tax credit marketplace that empowers businesses of all sizes to participate in the energy transition, meet their sustainability goals, and make a financial return. Through, companies can purchase tax credits at a discount and commit to forward contracts for high-impact Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) that help stand up new clean energy projects.'s marketplace includes streamlined transaction support, standard documentation, due diligence, filing, and compliance monitoring services to reduce risks and maximize efficiency for all parties. is a marketplace for accelerating the transition to renewable energy.

We are a team of energy, regulatory, and product experts dedicated to opening up investing in renewables to everyone and accelerating our path to net-zero emissions. We are bringing new capital to the table and funding the creation of new renewable energy and storage projects.

We have seen deals challenged by misaligned expectations, and have found that a key to success in this early market is a highly curated process, where we work with both the buy side and sell side to close deals. What you get from is a hands-on, dedicated team, legal documents to support transactions, and an ecosystem of 3rd party partners to support any diligence and filing needs.