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HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIFICATION & EFFICIENCY RESOURCES

Take advantage of opportunities to save money and reduce your household's energy footprint. Through local utility company rebates and federal incentives, your household can make the transition to affordable, clean energy.

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Local Utility Rebates

Many local utility companies provide rebates to their customers who take steps to electrify and make their existing homes more energy efficient. 

Federal Incentives

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2021 offers rebates to low and middle income households for electrification improvements and tax credits to higher income households. Learn more through the following resources:

  • Rewiring America’s incentive calculator will help determine which IRA incentives your household qualifies for.

  • Rewiring America's planning tool will help prioritize electrification projects based on your individual home, lifestyle and priorities. 

  • The Energy Star website provides detailed information regarding which appliances qualify for IRA incentives and how to claim the tax credits.

Start with an Energy Audit

The U.S. Department of Energy recommends energy audits as a first step towards an energy efficient home and before contracting with insulation, window and HVAC installers. Energy audits are eligible for a 30 percent federal tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act.

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More Information

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As a public service, Live/Work Building Co. offers presentations to businesses and community groups on the importance and methods of reducing household carbon emissions through electrification, energy efficiency and community planning. 

To learn more about a range of local green living efforts, connect with Sustainable Newton, a grassroots nonprofit organization serving Newton County, Georgia.

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