About the Home Energy Rebates
These home energy rebates will help American households save money on energy bills, upgrade to clean energy equipment and improve energy efficiency, and reduce indoor and outdoor air pollution. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that these rebates will save households up to a $1 billion on energy bills each year and support over 50,000 U.S. jobs. This website includes information about the IRA Home Efficiency Rebates and Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates.
DOE envisions that the Home Energy Rebates will help grow the equitable clean energy economy by scaling access to and demand for home energy upgrades for all. The mission of DOE’s Home Energy Rebates program team is to work with diverse market actors to leverage the unprecedented IRA investment in residential efficiency and electrification to develop, discover, and scale successful models for home energy upgrades.
The Office of State and Community Energy Programs (SCEP) has released the applications for states and territories to apply for full program funds for both the Home Efficiency Rebates and Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates. Only state and territory energy offices are eligible to apply at this time. SCEP will later release more details regarding applications for Tribal Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates. More information about the rebates programs requirements, application processes, and recommendations is available on the Guidance for Program Administrators page.
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Home Energy Rebates funds are not yet available. Households looking for home energy retrofit assistance today cannot yet access these rebates, but may be eligible for other federal programs, including tax credits or the Weatherization Assistance Program.
For questions or comments about program roll out, contact us at IRAHomeRebates@hq.doe.gov.