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High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA)


$4.5 billion ($225 million reserved for Tribes)

The High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA) provides point-of-sale consumer discounts to enable low- and moderate-income households across America to electrify their homes. Notably, households will experience HEEHRA’s point-of-sale rebates as immediate, off-the-top discounts when making qualifying electrification purchases.

Funding available to DOE in 2022; likely distributed to State Energy Offices and Tribes in 2023

The details

  • Establishes point-of-sale consumer discounts for “qualified electrification projects” (see chart), up to $14,000 per household.

  • Covers 100 percent of electrification project costs for low-income households (who earn less than 80 percent of their Area Median Income) and 50 percent of costs for moderate-income households (who earn between 80 and 150 percent of their Area Median Income).

  • Covers installation and labor costs as well as purchase costs.

  • Extends up-front discounts to multifamily buildings in which 50 percent of residents are low- and moderate-income (LMI); and

  • Incentivizes contractors to perform electrification projects in LMI communities with contractor rebates up to $500 per project.

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