Renewable Energy Property Tax Expertise

Industry Expertise with a National Footprint

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will reset tax credits and incentives that will drive continued growth across the country. Assessment and taxation of these assets are new territory for both owners and many of the assessing jurisdictions in which they are developed.

If you’re considering a renewable project or are already in the renewables market, the experts at Ryan have extensive experience assisting clients in the planning and development phases of renewable projects across the United States. As the largest property tax practice in North America, our seasoned experts manage billions of dollars of our clients’ real and personal property, with an emphasis on complex energy and utilities industries.

Ryan’s Complex Property Tax team currently manages:

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Hundreds of utility-scale renewable generation sites
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More than 20 gigawatts of renewable generating capacity
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More than $10 billion of renewable assessed value

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Ryan’s Industry Experts

Ryan’s Complex Property Tax team has unmatched experience and is uniquely positioned to help renewable energy organizations understand the complexities of multiple tax jurisdictions and their different approaches to valuing and assessing renewable energy property types.

Jesse Noneman

Principal and Vice Practice Leader

Jesse specializes in complex property tax and currently leads the Complex Property Tax practice. He was previously the vice president of operations at a national property tax consulting firm. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Olivet Nazarene University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Indianapolis. He is also a Certified Member of the Institute (CMI) with the Institute for Professionals in Taxation.

Mark LoRusso

Principal

With 30 years of experience servicing client property tax needs, Mark specializes in providing multijurisdictional audit defense, appeals, valuation, compliance, management, and due diligence services. Mark has deep experience in a variety of industries and properties, including heavy manufacturing, high technology, datacenters, corporate campuses, shipping terminals, telecommunications, natural gas distribution, electric generation, chemical plants, and forest products.

Joe Molina

Principal

Joe’s personal property valuation and appeals expertise brings fresh insight and a strategic approach to the client. He is a frequent lecturer on various tax topics for Ryan clients and the Ryan Professional Development Program. Additionally, he has appeared as a speaker for professional organizations, including Energy and Transportation Properties, Energy and Communications, TeleStrategies – Communications Taxation, Wichita Conference on Appraisal for Ad Valorem Taxation of Communications, Pipeline and Transportation, National Association of Property Tax Representatives (NAPTR-TEC), International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), Wireless Tax Group, and Broadband Tax Institute (BTI).

Prior to joining Ryan, Joe worked as a lead appraiser where he advised more than 70 central appraisal districts on the valuation of complex and utility properties. Additionally, he worked for the Comptroller of Public Accounts in the utilities section for the property value study, performing unit valuations for pipeline, railroad, and telecommunication companies.

Jay Belinfante

Director

Jay has more than 33 years of experience in property tax valuation, compliance procedures, appeal negotiations, audit management, and market analysis. He specializes in multistate valuation, consulting, and compliance solutions for unit and centrally assessed properties, including renewable energy producers, mining operations, airlines, railway and other transportation industries, regulated utilities, competitive communication, electric power producers, and national gas distributors. Jay’s key areas of expertise include mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures; bankruptcies; asset restatements; purchase price allocations; property tax; sales and use tax; value added tax; and tax credits and incentives.

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