This page provides state, territory, and tribal governments (commonly referred to as program administrators) with current and historic guidance documents for the Inflation Reduction Act Home Efficiency Rebates and the Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates. For more information about the Home Energy Rebates, visit the program website

Apply for Full Home Energy Rebate Programs Funds

The purpose of this funding is for states and territories to develop, implement, and enhance residential energy efficiency and electrification programs for U.S. households.  More details regarding funding allocations and the application process for the Tribal Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates will be released later.

The program guidance from this Administrative and Legal Requirements Document (ALRD) provides instructions for states and territories to apply for their funding allocations for the Home Energy Rebate Programs. Applications must be submitted through Department of Energy's Performance and Accountability for Grants in Energy (PAGE) system.

Requirements Documents

Supplemental Documents

Application Documents

Apply for Early Administrative Funds

The purpose of this funding is to help states and territories prepare to apply to Home Energy Rebates programs funding and begin developing their programs. This ALRD allows states and territories to apply for up to 2.5% of their total allocations from each of the Home Energy Rebates programs, capped at $2.5M. If you apply for funds from this ALRD, then that amount is removed from the total allocation the state/territory may access through the full Home Energy Rebate program funds ALRD.  Applications must be submitted through DOE’s Performance and Accountability for Grants in Energy (PAGE) system.

Explore Home Energy Rebate Recommendations

DOE is launching Home Energy Rebates Recommendations pages for states, territories, and tribes to reference when developing their rebate programs and drafting program applications. This resource includes tips, relevant links, and newly developed guides that may support program administrators in applying for funds and designing and implementing successful programs.

Get In Touch to Learn More

States, territories, tribes, and program implementers are welcome to submit questions online to DOE’s Home Energy Rebates team. Read our Frequently Asked Questions page to see questions that DOE’s Home Energy Rebates team has already answered. 

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