Energy Conservation & Efficiency

Hundreds of thousands of households to receive literature on clean energy tax credits

As canvassers go door-to-door to build public support for the environment, they're leaving behind literature to help households tap tax credits to reduce energy waste, go solar or electrify.

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Since the Inflation Reduction Act passed last summer, Environment America Research & Policy Center’s has worked to make sure Americans know about and seize the opportunity to make their home a clean energy home, with help from the tax credits. We’ve hosted events, created online guides and more.

As part of that effort, citizen outreach staff plan to leave educational literature about the tax credits at more than a quarter million households this summer.

“Looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient? Or electrify your home’s heating, cooling or other systems? Or are you wondering if your next car should be electric? If so, we’ve got you covered,” said Johanna Neumann, Senior Director of the Campaign for 100% Renewable Energy. “Our Clean Energy Home Toolkit provides resources and expert advice on how to make your next clean energy home project a success.”
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