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Inflation Reduction Act Energy Rebates and Incentives

2023 marks the rollout of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) tax credits to individuals and businesses trying to reduce their energy consumption and transition to renewable energy.

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is a historic 10-year plan that includes energy rebates and tax credits to help consumers save money on energy bills while benefiting the environment through energy efficiency upgrades, electrifying their homes, adopting solar and batteries, or purchasing an electric vehicle.

Tax Credits & Energy Rebates

The IRA’s incentives are designed to increase access to clean technology and save American households up to $1 billion annually. It includes rebates and tax credits for:

Some at-home items to evaluate or upgrade include:

  • New electric appliances
  • New and used electric vehicles
  • Home weatherization and energy efficiency upgrades
  • Rooftop solar and battery storage system installation

Many tax credits and electrification rebates are available now. See chart at www.rewiringamerica.org/app/ira-calculator.

Item Amount
Battery Storage Installation
30%
Geothermal Heating Installation
30%
Electrical Panel
$600
Electric Vehicle Charger
$1,000
New Electric Vehicle
$7,500
Used Electric Vehicle
$4,000
Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater
$2,000
Heat Pump Water Heater
$2,000
Rooftop Solar Installation
30%
Weatherization
$1,200

Federal Tax Credits

The IRA will affect individuals, businesses, tax exempt and government entities. Tax credits available now are for energy consumers who made eligible purchases starting January 1, 2023. (Be sure to save your receipts for tax filing season.)

State Rebates

Final information about these rebates is yet to be determined. The California Energy Commission is holding workshops to seek input on program development in late 2023 and expects rebates to become available to the public in 2024. Visit the California Energy Commission’s IRA webpage for more information.

Visit energy.gov/save to learn more.

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