House Bill 1405 could help data centers in Lawrenceburg and elsewhere in Indiana more profitable and affordable.
(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Data centers in Indiana are getting some encouragement from a bill which has passed the Indiana Senate.
Senators voted 46-0 to pass House Bill 1405 on Monday. The bill now heads to a conference committee so that differences in the House and Senate version can be hashed out.
If it becomes law, the equipment purchased by companies that seek data center services would be exempt from business personal property tax and the state’s sales tax. Additionally, electricity used by customers for qualified data centers’ equipment will be exempt from state sales tax.
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by mike perleberg
march 26, 2019