Invest in Energy
Earn tax-exempt income* by investing in energy
Energy projects funded by municipal bonds are helping build new solar power infrastructure, purchase green energy from wind farms and construct new hydroelectric power facilities along the Ohio River. Invest in the future of your community and the country.
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Past projects funded by energy bonds
Building New Solar Power Infrastructure
Kern County, California is already among the leaders in solar power and recently used municipal bonds to install a series of solar panels on nine of the county's water wells, which enabled them to be self-sufficient through green energy.
Buying Green Energy from Wind Farms
The Horse Butte Wind Project funded the purchase of over 2.7 million Megawatt-hours of electricity produced by the Horse Butte Wind Farm in Bonneville County, Utah. That's over $11 million in green energy, funded in large part by the investment of ordinary community members. Investment like this is happening in wind farms across the country.
Hydroelectric and Clean Energy
A series of three new hydroelectric power facilities along the Ohio River required a massive amount of investment, totaling over $1.3 billion. Municipalities in Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia are also leveraging bonds to bring green energy to their communities.
*Many bond issuances for energy are exempt from federal and state income tax for investors who live in that state. Always check the bond documents for details about the specific issuance you are investing in. Each investor has their own unique tax implications. Please consult your tax professional for further information.
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