Did you know that all 50 states and Washington, D.C. offer financial programs and incentives for homeowners that choose energy efficiency projects? Well, whether you knew it or not, it’s true!
Depending on the state you live in, you may qualify for tax credits, income tax deductions, property tax incentives, green building incentives, performance-based incentives, PACE financing, utility loans, sales tax incentives, utility and appliance rebates, local or state rebates, or solar, geothermal, and wind grants.
For more information regarding the opportunities available in your state, visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy website. When you find your state on the chart, be sure to click on any one of the opportunities available in your state in order to view your individual state’s page. When you get to your state’s page, you are then offered the chance to optimize your selection so you can review residential incentives only.
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