The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)—the largest climate bill in U.S. history—is projected to get the U.S. much closer to where we need to be in fighting the climate crisis, reducing greenhouse gas pollution by one billion metric tons relative to the status quo.

Maximize your Tax Credits & Rebates

The Inflation Reduction Act offers a number of tax credits and rebates to help you and your family go electric. Tax credits are significant for consumers in part because it rewards with tax credits as opposed to tax deductions. Tax credits are more valuable than tax deductions because a credit takes the full amount off your tax bill. But there’s a lot to explore and understand, from electric appliances you may not even know about yet to the best way to structure your electric journey for maximum savings.

The Electrification Rebates (formerly known as the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate (HEEHR) Program) provide point-of-sale consumer discounts to enable low- or moderate-income households across America to electrify their homes. Notably, households will experience the point-of-sale Electrification Rebates as immediate, off-the-top discounts when making qualifying electrification purchases.

Electrification Rebates Program

The Electrification Rebates Program provides point-of-sale consumer discounts — up to $14,000 — to enable low- and moderate-income households across America to electrify their homes. Notably, households will experience the point-of-sale rebates as immediate, off-the-top discounts when making qualifying electrification purchases.

25C Tax Credit and 25D Tax Credit

The 25C and 25D tax credits incentivize household electrification by lowering the total cost of qualified electrification upgrades. 25C provides a capped 30 percent tax credit for air-source heat pumps, heat pump water heaters (HPWHs), qualifying electrical panel upgrades, select weatherization measures, and energy audits. 25D provides an uncapped 30 percent tax credit for rooftop solar, battery storage, and geothermal heat pumps.

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