Author: US DOE Staff Published: 2/7/2023 Weekly Jolt/ Recharge Edition
Calling all homeowners, renters, and businesses who invested in clean energy for 2022: you might be eligible for a clean energy tax break. We’ve compiled a list of helpful resources outlining some of the clean energy tax credit information available from DOE and other trusted resources. If you’re still in the process of planning your clean energy investment, we have some forward-looking tax credit information for 2023 and beyond.
Disclaimer: This newsletter provides an overview of tax credits for businesses, nonprofits, residential homeowners and renters, and other entities. It does not constitute professional tax advice or other professional financial guidance and may be subject to change. It should not be used as the only source of information when making purchasing decisions, investment decisions, tax decisions, or when executing other binding agreements.
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Energy Saver: Financing and Incentives
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