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Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency

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This summary table provides a snapshot of government and utility financial incentives that promote energy efficiency in the United States. This table allows viewers to quickly compare the number and types of incentives in each state. (The DSIRE glossary includes a description of each incentive type.)


Financial Incentives for Energy Efficiency

Federal =        State =        Utility =        Local =    

State Personal Tax Corporate Tax Sales Tax Property Tax Rebates Grants Loans Bonds Green Building


 Federal 1 1
0
0
0
3 4
0
0
 Alabama
8
2 7 1
 Alaska
1 2
1
6
 Arizona
1
18 2
2
4
 Arkansas
15
3 3
 California
3 74 2
1 3
3 9 7
1 4
 Colorado
44 7
1
6 1 3
 Connecticut
1
1 10
4 3
 Delaware
3
1
 Florida
1
32 2
2
1 3 3
1
 Georgia
1
22
1
1 7
 Hawaii
2 1
2
1
1
 Idaho
1
18
1 4
 Illinois
1 34
7 1
2 1
1
1 1
 Indiana
1 46
1
1 1
2
 Iowa
33
1
2 2
 Kansas
1
1
1
1
1 1
 Kentucky
1
1
1
30 1
1
2 4 2
 Louisiana
3
2 1
 Maine
5 3
2 1
 Maryland
1
2 6
1 18
7
 Massachusetts
3 31 2
2
1 4
 Michigan
1 22
2 1
3 3
 Minnesota
94
4
4 5 1
 Mississippi
12
1 2
 Missouri
1
1
38
4 3 2
 Montana
1
1
2
12
1
1
 Nebraska
7
1
 Nevada
1
7
2
 New Hampshire
2 16
1 2
4 3
 New Jersey
11 2
2 2
2 1
 New Mexico
1
1
11
1
1
 New York
2
7 35
1
2 1
1
 North Carolina
1 29 2
1
2 7 1
1 3
 North Dakota
4
2
 Ohio
1
2
25 1
1
3 2 2
1
 Oklahoma
1
1
14
4 2 1
 Oregon
3
2
8 40
1
3 9
1
 Pennsylvania
16
4 2
4 1 6
 Rhode Island
5
1
 South Carolina
1
1
20 1
3 4
 South Dakota
14
2
 Tennessee
13
1
2 3
 Texas
1
3
56
2 2 1
 Utah
8
3
1
 Vermont
9 5
6 1
 Virginia
1
1
1
12
2 1
1
 Washington
66
3 1
7 1
1
 West Virginia
4
 Wisconsin
13 15
2
2 5 3
 Wyoming
15
1
2
 District of Columbia
1 2
1
 Palau
 Guam
 Puerto Rico
1
 Virgin Islands
 N. Mariana Islands
 American Samoa
 Totals  13 9 10 10 1136 50 232 4


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