Energystar.gov offers a treasure chest of goodies and information for homeowners. From tax credits and rebates to referrals to qualified contractors, you’ll learn about Energy Star®-certified products you can purchase and install in your home that save energy, money and the environment.
The energy star program was established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to benefit consumers by encouraging manufacturers to create the most energy-efficient and cost-effective products in about 75 categories. Since 1992, Energy Star and its partners have saved U.S. families and businesses trillions in kilowatt-hours of electricity and helped them avoid more than $450 billion in energy costs.
For non-businesses, Energy Star tax credit benefits are limited to homeowners for their primary homes located in the United States and include the following:
- Air Source Heat Pumps
- Central Air Conditioning (CAC)
- Gas, Propane, and Oil Hot Water Boiler
- Gas, Propane, and Oil Furnaces and Fans
- Water Heaters (non-solar)
- Advanced Main Air Circulating Fan
- Biomass Stove