After announcing the release of its new proprietary software interface, epFace, earlier this month, alliantgroup and its state of the art software were both recently featured in Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News Weekly.
epFace, which works hand-in-hand with the U.S. Department of Energy’s open-source modeling software, EnergyPlus, is of particular interest to HVAC contractors as the software provides the most accurate and specific calculations in capturing the federal tax deductions established in section 179D (the Energy-Efficient Commercial Building Deduction). With the HVAC systems of government-owned buildings serving as one of the three qualifying systems for 179D, epFace will have a tremendous impact in helping the firm claim both accurate and improved deduction results.
“At alliantgroup, we use the same modeling software as the IRS uses to calculate energy tax savings to ensure every claim we make is done in line with standard IRS procedure,” said Linda McCluskey, alliantgroup Managing Director of Energy Credits and Incentives. “The development of epFace further ensures we are providing the most accurate and specific calculations possible in identifying and optimizing tax deductions for our clients.”
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