LAS VEGAS – It’s been one year since the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was passed, and Unimacts, a manufacturing company, celebrates its recently launched Las Vegas facility, crediting the IRA for its success.
The act provided incentives for clean energy operations in the U.S., and Unimacts took advantage of specific tax credits to establish a facility producing metal torque tubes for solar panels.
The CEO, Matt Arnold, emphasizes that the IRA played a vital role in their decision to establish the facility in Las Vegas, supporting the growth of clean energy and creating numerous job opportunities.
With plans to expand further, Unimacts aims to be a prominent player in the Southwest’s solar industry.
The full impact of the IRA is still unfolding, but its contributions to the solar sector are already evident.
Credits: Review Journal
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