2011-2016 Federal Tax Credits

2011-2016 Federal Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency

NOTE: Tax credits that were 30% up to $1,500 EXPIRED on December 31, 2010. New tax credits were passed, but at lower levels.

Please note, not all ENERGY STAR qualified products qualify for a tax credit. ENERGY STAR distinguishes energy efficient products which, although they may cost more to purchase than standard models, will pay you back in lower energy bills within a reasonable amount of time, without a tax credit.

What is included in the Tax Credit?

Tax Credit:

10% of cost up to $500 or a specific amount from $50 – $300

Expires:

December 31, 2011

Details:

Must be an existing home & your principle residence. New construction and rentals do not qualify.

 

 

Tax Credit:

30% of cost with no upper limit

Expires:

December 31, 2016

Details:

Existing homes & new construction qualify. Both principle residents and second homes qualify. Rentals do not qualify.

 

 

Tax Credit:

Credit Details: 30% of the cost, up to $500 per .5 kW of power capacity

Expires:

December 31, 2016

Details:

Existing homes & new construction qualify. Must be your principle residence. Rentals and second homes do not qualify.

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