It’s a Great Year for Homeowners to Go Green

January 8, 2024

This year, through the IRA, homeowners can receive tax credits and rebates by switching to energy efficient and climate friendly technologies. Going green just got more cost-effective, plus you’ll save money on your energy bills. AnnDyl President and CEO Kara Saul Rinaldi shares the details with NPR.

“People will be able to make a decision to do the more climate-friendly option and be rewarded for it at the point of sale.”

This story originally aired on NPR on Sunday, January 7, 2024.

The first month of the new year has many of us in a planning mood. And if you’re a homeowner, your plans might include upgrading your house, maybe replacing that drafty front door or that old gas stove. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 has a bunch of incentives aimed at helping you make your home more energy efficient. This year and next, a few more incentives will roll out. Kara Saul Rinaldi is the president and CEO of the AnnDyl Policy Group. She’s worked on climate and clean energy policy for two decades and joins us now.

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