Category: Landlords

Solar for All 

Grants and low-interest loans to help low-income and disadvantaged households and communities go solar

Clean Electricity Investment Tax Credits for Businesses

If you install solar (or certain other technologies) on property belonging to your for-profit business, you can get 30-70% of the price back as a tax credit.

Clean Electricity Investment Tax Credits for Tax-Exempt Entities

If you install solar (or certain other technologies) on property belonging to your tax-exempt organization, you can get 30-70% of the price back.

Home Efficiency Rebates (HER)

Rebates on electrification projects in your home (formerly known as Home Energy Performance-Based, Whole-House Rebate Program or HOMES)

Home Electrification and Appliance Rebate Program (HEAR) 

Rebates on electrification projects in low- to moderate-income homes (formerly known as High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act or HEEHRA)

Electric vehicle & EV charger tax credits

Individuals, businesses and nonprofits can get significant tax credits for buying a new or used electric vehicle (EV) or installing EV chargers. 

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (new clean energy financing)

Improved financing of clean energy, especially for low-income and disadvantaged communities. 

Energy Efficiency Revolving Loans (South Carolina)

South Carolina loans for implementing measures that will produce energy savings.

Green and Resilient Retrofit Program (GRRP) 

HUD will pay landlords to make climate-friendly upgrades to low-income housing

Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant Program

Funding to increase energy efficiency and improve the comfort of buildings.