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May 7, 2019

Posted  May 7, 2019

The owners of a Colorado biomass power plant agreed to pay $2.6 million to settle allegations concerning fraud impacting the U.S. Treasury’s “1603 Program,” which reimburses companies up to 30%, in lieu of tax credits, for placing renewable energy properties into service. The company at the center of the fraud, Eagle Valley Clean Energy, allegedly applied for and received a 30% advance on a fee it was to pay co-defendant Evergreen Clean Energy, LLC for unspecified development services. Eagle Valley wrote off the fee but failed to return the advance to the U.S. Treasury. As part of the settlement, Eagle Valley paid $2.4 million, and the two owners of Eagle Valley, Evergreen, and parent company Evergreen Clean Energy CorporationDean Rostrom and Kendric Wait—paid $125,000 each. USAO CO

Tagged in: Environmental Fraud, FCA Federal, Government Loan Programs, Tax Fraud,

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