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Clean Energy for All

Take advantage of the most aggressive climate change action in U.S History. Transform your home or business today.

The Inflation Reduction Act lowers energy costs for consumers and small businesses while creating good-paying jobs as America’s clean energy economy and manufacturing sectors grow. Learn more below on how you or your family can save on utility bills, get support to purchase electric vehicles and energy-saving appliances, and access the economic opportunities of the clean energy future.

Tax Credits and Rebates

 "I want to make my home and appliances more energy efficient."

via: cleanenergy.gov

When households need to replace appliances or make home repairs, they can use tax credits for energy efficient improvements that save them money in the long run. These efficiency improvements include upgraded windows, doors, insulation, and other home weatherization services; or highly-efficient heating and cooling appliances like heat pumps, central air conditioners, and water heaters.

In 2023

Households can access a tax credit to cover up to 30% of the costs for certain efficiency improvements.

  • Families can claim up to $1,200 in credit each year for adding insulation or installing efficient windows and doors, with a special credit of as much as $2,000 for electric heat pumps that provide super-efficient heating and cooling. 

  • To help determine the best home improvement options, families can claim a credit of up to $150 for a home energy audit conducted by an inspector. State programs will begin to offer rebates for electric appliances and home retrofits, which will reduce household energy bills each month. 

    • All households can access rebates of up to $4,000, while low- income households could receive up to $8,000 for home efficiency. 

    • Low- and moderate-income households can access rebates covering up to 100% of the costs of installing electric appliances like heat pump water heaters and clothes dryers. 

"I need to replace my furnace or air conditioner. "

When homes need to replace their heating or cooling systems, families can get tax credits for efficient heat pumps that ensure comfortable home temperatures. By doing the job of both a furnace and air conditioner, heat pumps work to keep homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer. 

In 2023

  • Households can claim a tax credit for 30% of the costs of buying and installing a heat pump, up to $2,000 including support for any electric system upgrades needed to make the home heat-pump-ready. 

  • Beginning in 2023 state programs offer low- and moderate-income households rebates for heat pumps at the point-of-sale, cutting costs of purchase and installation up to $8,000. If home electrical upgrades are needed to integrate new heat pumps, rebates of up to $4,000 are available to households.

"I want to buy an electric vehicle. "

Working families will be able to use tax credits that make electric vehicles more affordable. Purchasing an electric vehicle (EV) can save families thousands of dollars on fuel costs over the life of their car. More families will never have to pay at the pump again.

In 2023

  • Households can claim a tax credit for 30% of the costs of buying and installing a heat pump, up to $2,000 including support for any electric system upgrades needed to make the home heat-pump-ready. 

  • Beginning in 2023 state programs offer low- and moderate-income households rebates for heat pumps at the point-of-sale, cutting costs of purchase and installation up to $8,000. If home electrical upgrades are needed to integrate new heat pumps, rebates of up to $4,000 are available to households.

How You Can Save Money

From making home weatherization and efficiency upgrades, to installing new electric appliances, to purchasing an electric vehicle or rooftop solar system – learn how these devices will help cover the costs and save you money each month on your bills.

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Breaker Box

To help a home handle the load from new electric appliances, the Inflation Reduction Act also includes tax credits and rebates to upgrade a home’s breaker box or electrical wiring.

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Clothes Dryer

Electric heat pump clothes dryers are more efficient than conventional electric dryers and gas dryers, helping families save money on each load of laundry. The Inflation Reduction Act provides rebates that can cover up to 100% of the costs of purchasing and installing a new electric heat pump clothes dryer, depending on household eligibility.

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Electric Stove or Oven

Electric stoves, including induction ranges, provide better energy efficiency and indoor air quality than gas stoves, helping families save money and keep unhealthy pollution out of their homes. The Inflation Reduction Act provides rebates that can cover up to 100% of the costs of electric stoves, cooktops, ranges, and ovens, depending on household eligibility.

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Electric Vehicle

The Inflation Reduction Act will help more families never pay at the pump again, with tax credits up to $7,500 for new electric vehicles and $4,000 for used electric vehicles – saving families an average of $950 a year on fuel costs.

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Heat Pump Water Heater

Support is available to install heat pump water heaters, which can be two to three times more energy efficient than conventional water heaters. The Inflation Reduction Act includes tax credits and rebates that can cover up to 100% of the costs, depending on household eligibility.

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