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Frequently Asked Questions

When can I access the IRA incentives?

All tax credits are available now. The rebates should start to become available by the end of 2023. We don't know exactly when the rebates marked “late 2023” will be available, because it will depend on how each state rolls out its incentive program.

Do I need to spend a lot to get these incentives?

In many cases, no! The IRA’s incentives are designed to increase access to clean technology. For households with lower incomes, up to 100% of appliance and installation costs are discounted at purchase, meaning you could install efficient electric appliances at no cost, with no spending.

Middle-income households do have to spend in order to access savings, but up to 50% of appliance and installation costs can be covered through upfront discounts, and you can use tax credits to cover some of the remaining gap. Highest-income households are not eligible for upfront discounts, so you will have to pay full price for appliances and installation — but tax credits on the back end could recoup up to 30% of your costs.

Can the IRA help me if I am a renter?

Yes! The IRA’s up-front electrification rebates and electrification tax credits can all be used by renters. Many of these upgrades (including window-unit heat pumps, electric stoves/cooktops, and heat pump clothes dryers) are portable, so renters can bring them to their next homes and won’t have to leave any savings behind. Renters are also eligible for the used and new EV tax credits. And although they’re not exactly consumer-facing, renters will benefit from the IRA’s $1 billion investment in affordable housing energy upgrades and the new tax deduction for efficiency upgrades in commercial buildings (including apartment buildings). Renters can also subscribe to community solar — which will be cheaper because of the IRA’s supply-side renewable energy incentives.

Will the IRA incentives be retroactive?

All tax credits were available starting January 1, 2023, so save your receipts for filing season! If you installed rooftop solar in 2022, it is eligible for the new, 30% 25D tax credit. If you installed a heat pump in 2022, it is eligible for the old 25C tax credit: 10% of costs up to $300. The Electrification Rebates and Efficiency Rebates will likely not be retroactive.

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Household Electrification Incentives

All the savings you may be eligible for!

Electrification Rebates
Electric Panel$4,000Late 2023More Info
Electric Stove$840Late 2023More Info
Electric Wiring$2,500Late 2023More Info
Heat Pump Water Heater$1,750Late 2023More Info
Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater$8,000Late 2023More Info
Heat Pump Clothes Dryer$840Late 2023More Info
Weatherization$1,600Late 2023More Info
Efficiency Rebates$8,000Late 2023More Info
Tax Credits
Battery Storage Installation30%Available Now!More Info
Geothermal Heating Installation30%Available Now!More Info
Electric Panel$600Available Now!More Info
Electric Vehicle Charger$1,000Available Now!More Info
New Electric Vehicle$7,500Available Now!More Info
Used Electric Vehicle$4,000Available Now!More Info
Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater$2,000Available Now!More Info
Heat Pump Water Heater$2,000Available Now!More Info
Rooftop Solar Installation30%Available Now!More Info
Weatherization$1,200Available Now!More Info
Household Electrification Incentives

These are available to American homeowners and renters over the next 10 years.

Electric Panel


Late 2023

Electric Stove


Late 2023

Electric Wiring


Late 2023

Heat Pump Water Heater


Late 2023

Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater


Late 2023

Heat Pump Clothes Dryer


Late 2023



Late 2023

Efficiency Rebates


Late 2023

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