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Resources For Individuals

Tax Credits and Rebates

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Bring Clean Energy Home

Using IRA Incentives to Reduce the Effects of Climate Change


Apr 3, 2024 Webinar hosted by Julia Nakhleh from the Climate Reality Project Greater Philadelphia Chapter. 


Learn how you can benefit from the incentives offered by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and take action against climate change. Not only can you make this world a better place, you can help your friends and neighbors build a sustainable future by spreading the word about the opportunities offered by the IRA.

Slide Deck           

Video Recording

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Resources

Useful links (more can be found in the slide deck for the August 2023 Bring Clean Energy Home Presentation, use the slide deck for the links)

Electric Cooktop

HOMES Rebate - Electrification

The HOMES Rebate - Electrification is one of the state-managed programs that underpins the Incentives for Individuals. The Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates program provides point-of-sale rebates for home upgrades in the categories of: weatherization, heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, heat pump clothes dryers, electric/induction stoves, electrical wiring, electrical panels.

 

Rebates are income-qualified. See program details for qualification categories.

Learn more with these resources

Insulation Installation

HOMES Rebate - Efficiency

The HOMES Efficiency is one of the programs underpinning the Incentives for Individuals. The Dept of Energy awards grants to state energy offices to develop and implement Home Energy Performance-Based, Whole-House Rebates, also known as a HOMES (Home Owner Managing Energy Savings rebate program). Pennsylvania’s portion of this grant is just under $130 million.  These funds are to be distributed to applicants for home energy efficiency upgrades (such as insulation materials and efficient windows and doors) that improve the overall energy performance of a single-family home (SFH) or a multi-family building (MFB).

 Any homeowner or building owner of residential units may apply for these funds.  However the fund awards are double for LMI homeowners.

Learn more with these resources

Questions?

Having trouble figuring out how these tax credits and rebates can help you reduce your carbon footprint? Ask us a question. Attend an upcoming community meeting. You deserve to get answers to your questions.

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