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Bring Clean Energy Home


Because Cleaner Is Better

We all want to help fight climate change and build a better future. And if that means a cleaner home or workplace, even better.

Now, new government programs make it easier for working families and businesses to have both, with massive tax credits and incentives for energy-saving clean technologies like heat pumps and rooftop solar.

But even if the benefits for your home, your health, and our planet are clear, the practical process of switching to many popular clean energy technologies can initially feel intimidating. Trust us – we've been there too.

That's why we've created this guide with a range of resources to help you understand the steps involved and how much you can save. So when the time is right, you're ready to confidently start building a better future for your family and our planet with clean energy.

Bring Clean Energy Home

Explore four ways you can build a healthy and sustainable life, home, or workplace with clean technologies and energy efficiency.

What Can I Do?

Learn how you can take a huge bite out of carbon pollution, create a healthier and more sustainable home, and save money on clean technologies with government incentives from US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm.

How much can I save?

How much can you save on clean technologies with government incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act?

Our friends at Rewiring America have created a calculator to show what's potentially available to you.

Learn About Other Incentives

The Inflation Reduction Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law offer even more incentives for communities, faith-based groups, and others ready to electrify and help fight climate change. Visit our electrification resource page to learn how these laws are transforming the country and what else they can do for you.

Spread the Word

If you haven’t taken the electrification pledge yet, you can do that here. We'll continue to provide you with resources and advice to help you achieve your electrification goals and make smart decisions for your family, your home, your business, or your community.

You can also help your friends, family, and network learn how government incentives can help them by sharing the first step pledge on social media.