June 25, 2024: The Treasury Department & Internal Revenue Service Publish Final Rule Regarding Prevailing Wage & Apprenticeship Requirements

June 26, 2024

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have published final regulations regarding the prevailing wage and registered apprenticeship (PWA) requirements that taxpayers must satisfy to receive five times the base tax credit or deduction amounts with respect to certain clean energy facilities, properties, projects, technologies, or equipment under the Internal Revenue Code (the Code), as amended by the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA). The overview below seeks to explain the portions of this lengthy final rule that we felt would be of most interest to MCAA. There are aspects of the rule that are not addressed in this document, and the MCAA public policy team is happy to answer questions about aspects of these lengthy regulations not addressed in this overview.

Please reach out to MCAA’s public policy team if you have any questions.

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