Inflation Reduction Act

Learn About I.R.A. Incentives for Connecticut Energy Efficiency Projects

The Inflation Reduction Act (I.R.A.) offers rebates and tax credits to incentivize household electrification and energy efficiency upgrades. Connecticut residents can benefit from upfront discounts for qualified electrification projects and tax credits for eligible upgrades, helping them reduce costs and promote efficient energy usage.

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    1) Assess

    Perform a detailed assessment of your energy usage

  • 2) Identify

    2) Identify

    Identify your most cost-saving improvements.

  • 3) Qualify

    3) Qualify

    Receive your Home Energy Score, upgrade plan and all applicable rebates

  • 4) Submit

    4) Submit

    We'll fill, file all and submit all rebate forms on your behalf.

  • 5) Collect

    5) Collect

    Follow-up to ensure all incentives are successfully collected.

The Inflation Reduction Act (or I.R.A. for short) offers an incredible opportunity to transform your home into an energy-efficient haven. As the program is still new and details are currently being finalized by the State and the IRS, we are closely monitoring updates to ensure we provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date information available. Our experienced team is well-versed in navigating these kinds of transitions, and we stand ready to meticulously handle all necessary paperwork, optimizing your eligibility for potential rebates. We'll guide you through the emerging details of the process, ensuring you claim the maximum rebates, and assist you in enhancing your home's energy efficiency and comfort. Trust Home Comfort Practice to guide you through the Inflation Reduction Act rebate journey as we continue to unravel the program's details together.

Slash Your Energy Efficiency Project Costs with Upfront Discounts from the Inflation Reduction Act in Connecticut. I.R.A. REBATES

What rebates are offered to Connecticut residents through the Inflation Reduction Act?

The Inflation Reduction Act rebates in Connecticut provide immediate, point-of-sale consumer discounts for qualified electrification projects, reducing upfront costs for households. These rebates offer up to $14,000 per household, covering 100 percent of project costs for low-income households and 50 percent for moderate-income households. In addition to covering purchase costs, the rebates also include installation and labor expenses

Heat Pump Water Heater

Max Rebate: $1750
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings $5000
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 10 - 15
What is the Heat Pump Water Heater rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?
The Inflation Reduction Act rebate offer provides Connecticut residents with an upfront discount of up to $1,750 on heat pump water heater costs, with the percentage of total costs covered depending on income level.
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Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater

Max Rebate: $8000
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings $30000
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 10 - 15
What is the Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

Claim up to $8,000 in Inflation Reduction Act rebates for heat pump air conditioner/heater systems. Low-income households with incomes that are below 80 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI) are eligible to receive 100 percent coverage of their heat pump costs up to $8,000. Moderate-income households with incomes between 80 percent and 150 percent of the AMI are eligible to receive 50 percent coverage of their heat pump costs up to $8,000.

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Weatherization

Max Rebate: $1600
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings N/A
Avg. Lifespan (Years) -
What is the Weatherization rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

Connecticut homeowners may be eligible to claim up to $1,600 for their weatherization project through the Inflation Reduction Act Electrification Rebate program, depending on their income. Low-income households can receive 100% coverage of weatherization costs, while moderate-income households can receive 50% coverage. (The total cap for Electrification Rebates across all qualified projects is $14,000.)

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Electric Induction Stove

Max Rebate: $840
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings $1125
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 13 - 15
What is the Electric Induction Stove rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The Inflation Reduction Act Rebate offers Connecticut residents an opportunity to switch to electric/induction stoves. With a lifespan of 13-15 years and numerous health benefits such as cleaner kitchen air and reduced asthma risk, these stoves are efficient and safe. Low-income households can receive 100% coverage up to $840, while moderate-income households can receive 50% coverage. By making the switch, residents can save money, protect the environment, and improve their health.

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Electric Wiring

Max Rebate: $2500
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings N/A
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 50 - 70
What is the Electric Wiring rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

Connecticut homeowners can claim Inflation Reduction Act electric wiring incentives covering 100% of electrical wiring costs for low-income households and 50% of costs for moderate-income households up to $2,500.

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Heat Pump Clothes Dryer

Max Rebate: $840
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings $1014
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 10 - 13
What is the Heat Pump Clothes Dryer rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

Connecticut homeowners may be able to claim up to $840 in Electrification Rebates on modern heat-pump clothes dryers through the Inflation Reduction Act. Moderate income homeowners can save 50% of costs whereas low-income homeowners can save up to 100% of costs up to $840.

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Electrical Panel

Max Rebate: $4000
Upfront Discount 50%-100% of Costs
Avg. Lifetime Savings N/A
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 20 - 25
What is the Electrical Panel rebate offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

Connecticut homeowners who qualify as low-income households can claim 100 percent of their electrical panel costs up to $4,000, while moderate-income households can claim 50 percent of their electrical panel costs up to $4,000 through the Electrification Rebates, which is subject to the availability of funding.

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Supercharge Your Savings with the Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits! I.R.A. TAX CREDITS

What are the tax credit incentives provided by the Inflation Reduction Act in Connecticut ?

The Inflation Reduction Act tax credits in Connecticut provide an excellent incentives for household electrification by reducing the overall cost of qualified upgrades. These tax credits directly reduce the overall cost of qualified upgrades, such as heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, electrical panels and even weatherization upgrades. The annual tax credits can be used repeatedly but are nonrefundable, requiring households to have sufficient tax liability to offset the credits. Connecticut households can leverage these incentives to lower the final cost of their energy efficient home improvements while adding value to their homes and saving on their energy expenses.

Heat Pump Water Heater

Tax Credit: 30% of Costs
25C Max Credit:$2000
Avg. Lifetime Savings $3500-$5000
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 10 - 15
What is the Heat Pump Water Heater tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The Inflation Reduction Act’s 25C tax credit offers Connecticut residents a 30% tax credit for heat pump water heaters, with a maximum cap of $2,000 per year. The credit resets annually, allowing homeowners to claim it again for additional projects. Additionally, the act provides a 30% tax credit of up to $600 for an electrical panel upgrade if done alongside a qualifying 25C upgrade. Combining both upgrades can be advantageous.

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Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater

Tax Credit: 30% of Costs
25C Max Credit:$2000
Avg. Lifetime Savings $10000-$30000
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 10 - 15
What is the Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The 25C tax credit from the Inflation Reduction Act offers homeowners a 30% non-refundable credit, capped at $2,000 per year, for installing a Heat Pump Air Conditioner/Heater. It can offset taxes owed, but not provide a refund. It requires sufficient tax liability, can be combined with other funding programs, and may reduce installation costs when combined with other rebates. Renters may not be eligible.

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Weatherization

Tax Credit: % of Costs
25C Max Credit:$1600
Avg. Lifetime Savings N/A
Avg. Lifespan (Years) -
What is the Weatherization tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The Inflation Reduction Act tax credit for weatherization in Connecticut offers homeowners a 30% tax credit for eligible projects, with a maximum claim of $1,200 per year. It covers insulation, air sealing, doors, windows, and energy audits. Weatherization reduces energy waste, lowers bills, and improves home comfort while decreasing carbon emissions.

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Rooftop Solar

Tax Credit: 30% of Costs
25D Max Credit:Uncapped
Avg. Lifetime Savings $11500-$35000
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 20 - 30
What is the Rooftop Solar tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The 25D tax credit, under the Inflation Reduction Act, offers a 30% non-refundable credit to homeowners who install rooftop solar on their primary or second home. It offsets taxes owed, but not for refunds, and can be combined with other funding to lower energy costs. It doesn’t reduce upfront costs and may not be available to renters.

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Battery Storage

Tax Credit: 30% of Costs
25D Max Credit:Uncapped
Avg. Lifetime Savings N/A
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 5 - 15
What is the Battery Storage tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

Under the Inflation Reduction Act, Connecticut households can claim an uncapped 30% tax credit for installing battery storage systems (25D), reducing their tax liability by 30% of the installation cost and potentially carrying forward unused credits to future tax years.

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Electrical Panel

Tax Credit: 30% of Costs
25C Max Credit:$1200
25D Max Credit:Uncapped
Avg. Lifetime Savings N/A
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 20 - 25
What is the Electrical Panel tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The 25C tax credit offers homeowners a 30% tax credit up to $600 annually for upgrading their electrical panel alongside other qualifying upgrades, while the 25D tax credit allows uncapped 30% tax credit for electrical panel upgrades when combined with rooftop solar installation.

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Ground Source Heat Pump

Tax Credit: .30% of Costs
25D Max Credit:Uncapped
Avg. Lifetime Savings $25000-$50000
Avg. Lifespan (Years) 25 - 50
What is the Ground Source Heat Pump tax credit offered by the Inflation Reduction Act?

The Inflation Reduction Act’s Section 25D tax credit provides homeowners with a 30% tax credit for installing a geothermal or ground-source heat pump.

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Maximize your I.R.A. incentives with a home energy audit from HCP - Schedule yours today! Get Qualified for Rebates

To unlock the full potential of energy efficiency rebates and incentives available under the Inflation Reduction Act and Energize CT, Connecticut homeowners should undergo a comprehensive Home Energy Solutions (HES) audit by certified contractors like Home Comfort Practice. This 4-6 hour visit combines thorough diagnostics with immediate weatherization, providing tailored upgrade recommendations that not only reduce energy consumption and lower bills but also uncover specific needs and qualify you for associated rebates and incentives. By undergoing the HES audit, homeowners can expect an average of $1,800 in value and savings, making it a vital first step towards maximizing the benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act and Energize CT programs.

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