Inflation Reduction Act Home Energy Rebates Program

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The Inflation Reduction Act (Pub. L. 117-169, Sec. 50121 and 50122) allocated funding to the U.S. Department of Energy to implement a rebate program to make homes more energy efficient, to provide upgrades to electric appliances, and to cut energy costs. The Home Energy Rebates Program will allow households to obtain clean energy equipment such as heat pumps that will lower energy costs and decrease reliance on fossil fuels. The program is comprised of the Home Efficiency Rebates and the Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates.

The development of and the need for clean energy technologies for the future will create jobs in construction, skilled trades, and engineering. These jobs will help sustain a new clean energy infrastructure and economy, benefiting the American worker and the community.

ADECA is currently in the process of developing the Program for Alabama.


Frequently Asked Questions

How can I be notified of future updates to the program?

Residents, contractors, retail stores, and utilities should send their name and email to to receive notifications for any updates to the program. Updates may include public information sessions, rule establishment, application periods, and requests for information.

I am a contractor; what will I need to do?

Send an email to to be notified of programmatic updates and details on what is needed from contractors.

When will rebates be available to the public?

ADECA anticipates that households will be able to access these rebates in mid 2025.


Additional Information

U.S. Department of Energy’s Home Energy Rebate Programs Website


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