Save Energy. Save Money. And Save the Planet Too.
Thanks to President Biden’s Investing in America plan, it’s easier than ever to take control of your energy costs, make your home safer and more comfortable, and help save the planet. No matter who you are or where you live, clean energy and energy efficient consumer choices are available now, and the Department of Energy is working to make them more affordable and accessible.
Thinking about purchasing a new or used clean vehicle? Wondering if you need a home electric vehicle (EV) charger? Worried about electric vehicle range? See how to qualify for electric vehicle incentives and learn about our work to build a nationwide, rapid-charge EV network that’s accessible throughout the nation.
Meet Sparky, a Consumer’s Best Friend! Sparky is the star of our new Clean Energy 101 video series, and he’s here to help shed some light on clean energy technologies around the home.
Take Control of Your Energy Costs.
Looking to cut your home’s energy costs, be more comfortable, increase your home’s resale value, or reduce your impact on the environment? Whatever your motivation, taking advantage of a home energy audit is a great place to start — and thanks to President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, it’s more affordable than ever with the Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit. An assessment from a home energy professional will provide you a customized plan that can help you maximize your savings, and shrink your energy waste and carbon footprint.
Already know what you want to upgrade? Click through the flip cards below to see what kinds of savings you could be eligible for.
The cards below include incentives for energy products or services purchased on or after January 1, 2023. To see a list of incentives available for purchases made in 2022 or before, read ENERGY STAR’s tax credit information page.
Flip cards with the following symbol (🗓️) are subject to a cumulative, annual cap of $1,200 per taxpayer. For example, in one calendar year you could potentially get a $600 credit for an energy efficient air-conditioner and a $600 credit for energy-efficient heating equipment, and you will have reached your maximum credit for the incentives subject to this cap. But the good news is: this cap resets every year AND you can continue to take advantage of other incentives not subject to the cap. A full list of the incentives subject to an annual cap can be found below in the FAQ section.
Energy Tax Credits and Rebates
Click through our flip cards below to find out which benefits are available to help you take control of your energy costs and make your home safer and more comfortable. Use the Appliances, Electric Vehicles, and Home Improvement tabs to find incentives that meet your needs.
Made Possible by
President Joe Biden’s Investing in America Plan
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