Clean energy home toolkit
Our Clean energy home toolkit includes information on weatherizing your home , cutting energy bills, electric cars, electric appliances, and how rebates and incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act can help.
Clean energy technology is a trending topic right now. A new proposed rule by the EPA would result in most new cars sold after 2032 being electric. Chefs and home cooks alike are getting excited about induction stove tops. Heat pumps are slowly but surely becoming common for heating (and cooling) houses, water, and even dryers. When you walk around your neighborhood, the likelihood that you see some solar panels on people’s rooves is going up. Additionally, rebates and tax credits from the Inflation Reduction Act are starting to become available. So what’s up with all these technologies?
Our Clean energy home toolkit includes information on weatherizing your home (DIY and the big projects), cutting energy bills, buying an electric car, electric appliances, and how rebates and incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act can help.
We’ll continue to add Alaska specific details over the coming months, so check back often. Also, if you have experience with clean energy technology that might be valuable to share with your community, let us know!
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