For Program Implementers
The federal tax incentives can be a significant complement to state, utility and local programs. Here are some useful links:
- Flyers for Residential and Commercial Incentives: These two documents cover basic information for the current residential and commercial tax incentives, with links back to the TIAP web site. There is space on the reverse side of each for organizational logos or other customized information, and the documents can then be distributed at events or as part of information packets.
- Summary of Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives (Energy Policy Act of 2005 & Recent Amendments) (February 2009)
- The Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 and its Implications for Energy Efficiency Program Efforts: a report created by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
- Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives in the Energy Policy Act of 2005
- New Homes Tax Credit (1.8 MB PPT) PowerPoint Presentation from a July 21, 2006 webcast. Includes information on the new homes, HVAC, and solar residential, commercial, and vehicle incentives, as well as information on how to qualify for incentives and how to integrate them into efficiency programs.
- Transforming Markets by Combining Federal Tax Credits with Complementary Incentives: a report created by ACEEE. Provides a market transformation plan for each of the areas covered by the tax incentives. For each product and service covered, the report discusses short- and long-term objectives, market barriers, and actions needed to address barriers so that markets can be transformed.