About the Home Energy Rebates

On Aug. 16, 2022, President Joseph R. Biden signed the landmark Inflation Reduction Act, which provides nearly $400 billion to support clean energy and address climate change, including $8.8 billion for the Home Energy Rebates.

These rebates — which include the Home Efficiency Rebates and Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates — will put money directly back in the hands of American households. The rebates can help you save money on select home improvement projects that can lower your energy bills. 

DOE estimates these rebates will save households up to $1 billion annually on energy bills and support over 50,000 U.S. jobs. 

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Program Updates

Home Energy Rebates are not yet available, but DOE expects many states and territories to launch their programs in 2024. Our tracker shows which states and territories have applied for and received funding

Households looking for assistance today may be eligible for other federal programs, including tax credits or the Weatherization Assistance Program.

DOE’s Office of State and Community Energy Programs (SCEP) has released applications for states and territories to apply for program funding. SCEP has also released application materials for Tribes.

If you’re interested in learning more about the rebates, consider attending one of our webinars. Upcoming and archived webinars are available here.

Program Highlights
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For questions or comments:  

State, territorial, Tribal, and District of Columbia energy offices; rebate program implementers; industry, research and advocacy organizations; and general contractors: Visit our form.

Homeowners, consumers and other stakeholders: Email IRAHomeRebates@hq.doe.gov.

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The U.S. Department of Energy's Karen Zelmar explains the Inflation Reduction Act's Home Energy Rebates programs, and their top energy savings goals.

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