IRA Home Energy Rebates

Welcome to your one stop shop for Wisconsin IRA Home Energy Rebates Information.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently released guidance for states to develop programs. Focus on Energy has been chosen by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin to deliver IRA Home Energy Rebate Programs. Looking for home energy improvement assistance today? You may be eligible for other programs including tax credits, the Weatherization Assistance Programs, and Focus on Energy rebates and discounts.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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IRA Home Energy Rebates consist of two programs: the Home Efficiency Rebate Program (HOMES) and the Home Electrification and Appliance Rebate Program (HEAR). Each program has different federal requirements and maximum rebate amounts. Low-income households, households making less than 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI), are provided higher rebates as it may be harder to afford improvements to save energy in the home.

The updated table below reflects the Commission’s decisions. These decisions are now pending final review and approval by DOE.

The Home Efficiency Rebate Program

The Home Efficiency Rebate Program is a whole home, performance-based program. A home energy assessment and modeling will be required. Rebate amounts are based on how much energy a household is predicted to save by making recommended improvements.

Single Family

Modeled Energy Savings
Income Level
Rebate Amount
Rebate Cap

20% - 34%

Less than 80% AMI
100% of project cost
Up to $5,000
Between 80% AMI and 150% AMI
50% of project cost
Up to $2,000
Greater than 150% AMI
50% of project cost
Up to $1,500

35% or greater

Less than 80% AMI
100% of project cost
Up to $10,000
Between 80% AMI and 150% AMI
50% of project cost
Up to $4,000
Greater than 150% AMI
50% of project cost
Up to $3,000



Multifamily

Modeled Energy Savings
Income Level
Rebate Amount
Rebate Cap

20% - 34%

A building with at least 50% of households with incomes less than 80% AMI
100% of project cost
Up to $5,000
A building with at least 50% of households with incomes less than 80% AMI
$2,000 per dwelling unit
Up to $200,000 per building
A building with at least 50% of households with incomes greater than 150% AMI
$1,500 per dwelling unit
Up to $200,000 per building

35% or greater

A building with at least 50% of households with incomes less than 80% AMI
100% of project cost
Up to $10,000 per dwelling unit
A building with at least 50% of households with incomes less than 80% AMI
$4,000 per dwelling unit
Up to $400,000 per building
A building with at least 50% of households with incomes greater than 150% AMI
$3,000 per dwelling unit
Up to $400,000 per building


Home Electrification and Appliance Rebate Program

The Electrification and Appliance Rebate Program offers rebates for installing qualifying equipment. A single household cannot receive more than $14,000 total in rebate dollars from this program. High income households (>150% AMI) are not eligible for this program.

Type of Home Energy Project

Households below 80% AMI

Households between 80% and 150% AMI

Households above 150% AMI

Home Electrification Project Qualified Technologies

Only households with an income below 150% AMI are eligible.
100% of project costs up to $14,000 50% of project costs up to $14,000 Not Applicable
ENERGY STAR electric heat pump water heater up to $1,750
ENERGY STAR electric heat pump for space heating up to $8,000
ENERGY STAR electric heat pump clothes dryer up to $840*
ENERGY STAR electric stove, cooktop, range, oven to to $840*
Electrical load service center (electrical panel) up to $4,000
Electrical Wiring up to $2,500
Insulation, air sealing, ventilation up to $2,500


*A household's combined rebate for a qualifying electric stove, range, or oven AND a heat pump clothes dryer cannot exceed $840 in total.

DOE has posted a fact sheet to help consumers understand the types of incentives available to them under all Home Energy Rebates Programs.

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