Home & Business Electrification Incentives
Replacing a car or appliance is never cheap. And the sometimes higher initial cost of a cleaner choice can be daunting, even though fuel savings often pay it back in a few years.
Fortunately, incentives in various forms often make the cleaner choice pay back even faster, leaving you ready for the next electrification project even sooner. Part of being prepared to decarbonize through electrification is doing homework to know how to receive a federal tax incentive or a utility rebate. What follows is a sampling of electrification-related incentives available in southern Arizona. When you’re ready to take a big step, look around, because incentives are likely to change — often in a positive direction — in coming months. Most of these credits can be claimed on IRS Form 5695. Follow the links below, search for Residential Energy Credits or consult your tax preparer for details. See also Business Energy Credits (Form 3468) or, for landlords leasing energy efficient properties, Form 8908.
Heat Pump (for air conditioning and heating)
Heat Pump Water Heater
Transportation Electrification Incentives
Federal EV purchases tax credit
A Federal tax credit of up to $7,500 is currently available to offset part of the purchase price of some new EVs. See this summary and look for updates. Time limits, per-manufacturer maximums and future federal legislation are likely to change this picture.
EV charging incentives
TEP: –Reduced rates for off-peak EV charging
-Up to $500 rebates to offset costs of residential EV chargers
–More generous rebates ($6,000-$9,000) for chargers installed at businesses, non-profits, and multi-family housing locations
Federal: –EV charging tax credit (through 2021)
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