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Navigating the Inflation Reduction Act

What energy efficiency businesses need to know.

BPA’s latest achievement is helping to secure billions of dollars in rebates and incentives for home energy efficiency and electrification, plus hundreds of millions of dollars to train workers for the jobs that funding will create by helping shape the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).


What's in the IRA for Home Performance Contractors & Consumers?

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Inflation Reduction Act Resources

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NEEP: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Opportunities for Community Building Energy Efficiency

This resource outlines building energy efficiency and electrification actions that NEEP recommends communities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic pursue, along with the funding opportunities that NEEP believes could be used to support them. 

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Webinar Playback: How to Implement the Top 10 Data Requirements Outlined in the IRA

Watch the playback from our webinar with Hancock Software, covering how you can implement the top 10 data requirements outlined in the IRA Home Energy Rebates Program

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Energy Star: Federal Income Tax Credits and Incentives for Energy Efficiency

This website provides information on Federal income tax credits and incentives for energy efficiency for homeowners and builders.

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The White House: IRA Guidebook

This guidebook provides an overview of the clean energy, climate mitigation and resilience, agriculture, and conservation-related tax incentives and investment programs in the Inflation Reduction Act, including who is eligible to apply for funding and for what activities.

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IRA Webinar 4 – Q&A

View the Q&A report for engaging questions from IRA webinar attendees and answers from the professional panel.

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IRA Webinar 4: Modeled or Measured?

Watch the playback from the fourth and final webinar in our IRA series.


IRA Funding Timeline

DOE Releases Guidance to State Energy Offices

Guidance from DOE will provide more detail on how State Energy Offices (SEOs) can apply for funding and what rebate and training programs should look like.

Find your state allocations below. 

State Energy Offices Apply for DOE Funding

State Energy Offices submit applications for funding to DOE, relying on agency guidelines.

State Energy Offices Receive Funds and Set Up Programs

Funding for rebate programs is distributed to SEOs via formula, weighted by population and state energy consumption.

SEOs set up their state rebate programs.

Program Funds Flow to Consumers and Contractors

Rebates drive consumer demand for residential energy efficiency and electrification. Consumer interest drives demand for home performance contractors and electrification.

Your State Allocations for Home Energy Rebate Program

This information is from the U.S. Department of Energy.

Alaska  $37,368,480  $37,150,940  $74,519,420
Alabama  $73,032,210  $72,607,220  $145,639,430
Arkansas  $52,739,720  $52,433,010  $105,172,730
American Samoa  $25,069,710  $24,923,740  $49,993,450
Arizona  $76,868,720  $76,421,080  $153,289,800
California  $291,951,040 $290,252,580  $582,203,620
Colorado  $70,395,350  $69,985,890  $140,381,240
Connecticut  $49,830,560  $49,541,390  $99,371,950
District of Columbia  $29,808,850  $29,635,400  $59,444,250
Delaware  $33,029,650  $32,837,400  $65,867,050
Florida  $173,668,720  $172,657,670  $346,326,390
Georgia  $109,817,290  $109,178,020  $218,995,310
Guam  $25,815,420  $25,665,110  $51,480,530
Hawaii  $34,293,520  $34,093,900  $68,387,420
Iowa  $60,827,450  $60,473,810  $121,301,260
Idaho  $40,604,320  $40,367,910  $80,972,230
Illinois  $132,219,190  $131,452,470  $263,671,660
Indiana  $91,302,840  $90,772,430  $182,075,270
Kansas  $52,971,870  $52,663,910  $105,635,780
Kentucky  $67,319,140  $66,927,750  $134,246,890
Louisiana  $106,593,900  $105,972,960  $212,566,860
Massachusetts  $73,233,910  $72,809,130  $146,043,040
Maryland  $68,611,060  $68,212,540  $136,823,600
Maine  $35,936,920  $35,728,050  $71,664,970
Michigan  $105,904,990  $105,291,160  $211,196,150
Minnesota  $74,459,590  $74,027,440  $148,487,030
Missouri  $75,807,060  $75,366,640  $151,173,700
Northern Marianas  $24,984,780  $24,839,290  $49,824,070
Mississippi  $52,543,050  $52,237,320  $104,780,370
Montana  $35,692,560  $35,484,830  $71,177,390
North Carolina  $104,918,280  $104,307,840  $209,226,120
North Dakota  $37,338,470  $37,121,060  $74,459,530
Nebraska  $45,813,680  $45,547,120  $91,360,800
New Hampshire  $34,952,780  $34,749,580  $69,702,360
New Jersey  $91,840,040  $91,307,380  $183,147,420
New Mexico  $43,999,070  $43,742,970  $87,742,040
Nevada  $48,200,980  $47,920,160  $96,121,140
New York  $159,338,380  $158,415,850  $317,754,230
Ohio  $124,875,180  $124,150,970  $249,026,150
Oklahoma  $64,764,840  $64,388,040  $129,152,880
Oregon  $57,046,250  $56,714,440  $113,760,690
Pennsylvania  $129,980,360  $129,226,380  $259,206,740
Puerto Rico  $42,698,980  $42,451,090  $85,150,070
Rhode Island  $32,006,100  $31,820,030  $63,826,130
South Carolina  $68,852,430  $68,451,650  $137,304,080
South Dakota  $34,379,110  $34,178,990  $68,558,100
Tennessee  $ 83,877,940  $83,390,060  $167,268,000
Texas  $346,022,980  $344,006,590  $690,029,570
Utah  $50,698,180  $50,403,030  $101,101,210
Virginia  $94,537,110  $93,987,430  $188,524,540
U.S. Virgin Islands  $25,660,980  $25,511,580  $51,172,560
Vermont  $29,362,920  $29,192,160  $58,555,080
Washington  $83,266,580  $82,782,050  $166,048,630
Wisconsin  $74,904,830  $74,470,200  $149,375,030
West Virginia  $44,275,290  $44,017,970  $88,293,260
Wyoming  $34,686,390  $34,484,390  $69,170,780

Training Residential Contractors Grants

This information is from the U.S. Department of Energy.

Alabama $2,562,900 $1,281,450 $1,281,450
Alaska $1,296,870 $648,435 $648,435
American Samoa $864,460 $432,230 $432,230
Arizona $2,642,230 $1,321,115 $1,321,115
Arkansas $1,881,690 $940,845 $940,845
California $10,321,930 $5,160,965 $5,160,965
Colorado $2,501,170 $1,250,585 $1,250,585
Connecticut $1,881,620 $940,810 $940,810
Delaware $1,151,040 $575,520 $575,520
District of Columbia $1,048,490 $524,245 $524,245
Florida $6,021,760 $3,010,880 $3,010,880
Georgia $3,816,060 $1,908,030 $1,908,030
Guam $891,700 $445,850 $445,850
Hawaii $1,194,820 $597,410 $597,410
Idaho $1,403,750 $701,875 $701,875
Illinois $5,086,340 $2,543,170 $2,543,170
Indiana $3,354,110 $1,677,055 $1,677,055
Iowa $2,188,600 $1,094,300 $1,094,300
Kansas $1,908,060 $954,030 $954,030
Kentucky $2,420,420 $1,210,210 $1,210,210
Louisiana $3,633,890 $1,816,945 $1,816,945
Maine $1,303,340 $651,670 $651,670
Maryland $2,531,970 $1,265,985 $1,265,985
Massachusetts $2,797,870 $1,398,935 $1,398,935
Michigan $4,124,380 $2,062,190 $2,062,190
Minnesota $2,802,670 $1,401,335 $1,401,335
Mississippi $1,848,620 $924,310 $924,310
Missouri $2,779,120 $1,389,560 $1,389,560
Montana $1,248,470 $624,235 $624,235
Nebraska $1,614,510 $807,255 $807,255
Nevada $1,637,710 $818,855 $818,855
New Hampshire $1,259,230 $629,615 $629,615
New Jersey $3,517,680 $1,758,840 $1,758,840
New Mexico $1,533,830 $766,915 $766,915
New York $6,369,300 $3,184,650 $3,184,650
North Carolina $3,698,030 $1,849,015 $1,849,015
North Dakota $1,288,200 $644,100 $644,100
Northern Marianas $860,940 $430,470 $430,470
Ohio $4,791,100 $2,395,550 $2,395,550
Oklahoma $2,286,480 $1,143,240 $1,143,240
Oregon $2,028,480 $1,014,240 $1,014,240
Pennsylvania $4,960,910 $2,480,455 $2,480,455
Puerto Rico $1,594,690 $797,345 $797,345
Rhode Island $1,154,250 $577,125 $577,125
South Carolina $2,397,600 $1,198,800 $1,198,800
South Dakota $1,195,450 $597,725 $597,725
Tennessee $2,980,770 $1,490,385 $1,490,385
Texas $11,674,260 $5,837,130 $5,837,130
U.S. Virgin Islands $889,010 $444,505 $444,505
Utah $1,757,330 $878,665 $878,665
Vermont $1,048,680 $524,340 $524,340
Virginia $3,393,040 $1,696,520 $1,696,520
Washington $2,925,550 $1,462,775 $1,462,775
West Virginia $1,607,110 $803,555 $803,555
Wisconsin $2,835,440 $1,417,720 $1,417,720
Wyoming $1,192,070 $596,035 $596,035

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