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NEEP: IRA Tax Credits – New Homes



Download an info sheet explaining the two new IRA tax credits for new homes.

The Inflation Reduction Act provides two credits (45L and 25D) for efficiency and clean energy upgrades in newly constructed homes.

  • Tax credit 45L, New Energy Efficient Home Credit, subsidizes energy-efficient homes and targets developers.
  • Tax credit 25D, Residential Clean Energy Credit, allows homeowners to deduct part of the cost of installing renewable and efficient technologies.

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DOE: Home Efficiency Rebates Retroactivity Fact Sheet and Eligibility Checklists

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) developed this optional resource in relation to the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022, which established the Home Efficiency Rebates, which operates under the umbrella of the Home Energy Rebates.

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DOE: State-Based Home Energy Efficiency Contractor Training Grants

The State-Based Home Energy Efficiency Contractor Training Grants makes $200 million available to state energy offices so they can train, test, and certify residential energy efficiency and electrification contractors.

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