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Inflation Reduction Act Rebates and Tax Credits

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) provides support for the clean energy transition in multiple ways. Learn more below.

Inflation Reduction Act Rebates

Rebates from the Home Energy Rebate program and the High Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act funded through the Inflation Reduction Act are not currently available. The State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) is awaiting federal guidance and funding for the two rebate programs. SECO will provide more information on these rebate programs as soon as it is available.

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Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits

Learn more from the Department of Energy.

Equipment Type Tax Credit Available for 2022 Tax Year Updated Tax Credit Available for 2023-2032 Tax Years
Home Clean Electricity Products
Solar (electricity) 30% of cost
Fuel Cells 30% of cost
Wind Turbine 30% of cost
Battery Storage NA 30% of cost
Heating, Cooling and Water Heating
Heat pumps $300 30% of cost, up to $2,000 per year
Heat pump water heaters $300 30% of cost, up to $2,000 per year
Biomass stoves $300 30% of cost, up to $2,000 per year
Geothermal heat pumps 30% of cost
Solar (water heating) 30% of cost
Efficient air conditioners* $300 30% of cost, up to $600
Efficient heating equipment* $300 30% of cost, up to $600
Efficient water heating equipment* $150 30% of cost, up to $600
Other Energy Efficiency Upgrades
Electric panel or circuit upgrades for new electric equipment* N/A 30% of cost, up to $600
Insulation materials* 10% of cost 30% of cost
Windows, including skylights* 10% of cost 30% of cost, up to $600
Exterior doors* 10% of cost 30% of cost, up to $500 for doors (up to $250 each)
Home Energy Audits* N/A 30% of cost, up to $150
Home Electric Vehicle Charger 30% of cost, up to $1,000 30% of cost, up to $1,000 **

* Subject to cap of $1,200/year
** The IRS will soon publish further information on eligibility requirements related to home electric vehicle chargers, but we know that credits are intended for residents in non-urban or low-income communities.

Still have questions? Visit the White House Guidance on Tax Credits and Rebates for Families, which includes information on solar, energy efficient home appliances, heating and cooling systems and electric vehicles. Your local utility or municipality may have additional incentives available.