IRA Home Energy Rebates

IRA Home Energy Rebates are rolling out!

Take advantage of rebates to support your home energy project such as adding insulation and efficient heating and cooling equipment. The Home Efficiency Rebates (HOMES) are NOW AVAILABLE. Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates (HEAR) will be launched soon.

Welcome to your one stop for Wisconsin IRA Home Energy Rebates information.
As part of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), Wisconsin has been allocated $149 million for Home Energy Rebates. Focus on Energy was chosen by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin to deliver the IRA Home Energy Rebate Programs. Rebates will be provided through two programs: 1) HOMES, and 2) HEAR.

IRA Home Energy Rebates are not the only ways to save on your home energy projects. You may be eligible for other programs, including Focus on Energy rebates and discounts, the Weatherization Assistance Program, and tax credits. Plus, in some cases you can combine for even more savings! The “Get Started” tool will help you identify what you are eligible for.

IRA Home Energy Rebate Programs

Home Efficiency Rebate Program (HOMES)

HOMES offers rebates for energy-saving home improvements, including insulation and efficient heating/cooling equipment. Participants need a home energy assessment. Rebate amounts are based on a household’s income level and predicted energy savings from recommended upgrades.

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Home Electrification and Appliance Rebate Program – Coming Soon

The HEAR Program will provide rebates to households installing heat pumps and other efficient electric equipment to help further electrify their homes. Additional qualified improvements include insulation, air sealing, and upgraded electrical panels. This program will be available to Wisconsin residents in single-family homes and multifamily buildings, earning 150% of Area Median Income or less.

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Resources

Check out DOE's Home Energy Rebates website and cleanenergy.gov for more information.

For additional inquires, questions, or comments, please email IRAHER@focusonenergy.com

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