Inflation Reduction Act: At A Glance

From the Legislation:

“For quality monitoring to ensure that each home energy efficiency retrofit for which a rebate is provided is documented in a certificate that —

  1. is provided by the contractor and certified by a third party to the homeowner; and
  2. details the work performed, the equipment and materials installed, and the projected energy savings or energy generation to support accurate valuation of the retrofit.”

Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit

  • Annual Limit:  $1,200
  • Up to 30% of qualifying energy efficiency project cost
  • $150 for a home energy audit

Home Owner Managing Energy Savings Rebate Program

  • Limit:  $2,000 – $4,000
  • Larger rebates for higher energy saving projects
  • Available to All Homeowners

High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Program

  • Limit:  $1,600
  • Single/Multi Family rebates available for families at or below 150% Area Median Income

How Can I Qualify?

Tax credits will be available for home improvements starting in 2023.  If you’re unsure where your home may fall under this tax season, there are a few resources you can use to find more information in your state, namely your State Energy Office.

Your State’s Rebates

  1. Visit ENERGY STAR Rebate Finder
  2. Enter your zip code
  3. Filter by Product -> Sealing and Insulation Products

Incentives in Your Area

  1. Visit
  2. Select your state
  3. Click Apply Filter
  4. Select: Technology -> Energy Efficiency -> Building Envelope -> Insulation

*Restrictions Apply. Not tax or legal advice. Consult with qualified advisors.

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