Empact Technologies will provide Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) compliance management through its software and services in a new multi-year agreement with Ampliform. Ampliform originates, develops, builds and operates utility-scale solar and solar plus storage projects.
Under the terms of the agreement, Empact will manage IRA compliance for Ampliform’s current and future projects. Ampliform has approximately 700 MW of projects in short-term development, with an additional 3 GW of projects in its development pipeline. Ampliform’s future expansion plans exceed more than 13 GWdc in total.
“Our mission is to optimize solar and renewable energy projects, and we are delighted to partner with Empact to manage IRA compliance for our projects,” said Rob Stoever, senior VP of engineering and construction at Ampliform. “Empact is the first dedicated platform in the industry that guides energy development projects through IRA tax incentive compliance, and we are already seeing the benefits of our partnership.”
Empact will work with Ampliform’s project engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms, subcontractors, and key suppliers of steel and iron products, solar modules, trackers and inverters to manage prevailing wage and apprenticeship, domestic content, and other tax incentive qualification and compliance throughout the project lifecycle.
“We’re excited to help Ampliform meet the requirements to qualify for the maximum IRA tax incentives and to ensure compliance for their projects,” said Charles Dauber, CEO and founder of Empact. “The team at Ampliform had the leadership and foresight to recognize the significant risks of IRA non-compliance and the need to have third party compliance management in place prior to construction kick-off. We look forward to helping Ampliform fully leverage the IRA tax incentives to develop and build their project development pipeline.”
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