April 19th, 2013
There are several programs out there; government, Utilities, etc… There is no way we can keep up with these ongoing changes, so we have provided the links below as a resource.
What we would like to tell you is that there are many reputable experts, auditors, and partners we rely on for service and information that keeps Henges the most knowledgeable energy company in the Kansas City area.
Here are a few areas to consider when researching rebates, tax incentives or government programs:
A comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility and federal incentives and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.
KCP&L offers instant rebates up to $850 through participating HVAC dealers for replacing an old A/C or heat pump with a high efficiency model.
Up to a $1200 rebate is being offered for a home energy audit plus recommended energy upgrades being completed on the home.
Tax deduction of $1000-2000 per household depending on household qualifications.
Up to $500 (10% of the improvements with cap) in total tax credits per residential filing in energy/ weatherization home improvements in 2011 (cannot claim if already used 09-10 federal tax credit).
30% of total costs of renewable energy installation (includes solar hot water, Photo Voltaics, see link for more information) installed in 2009 or 2010. No tax credit cap.
$2000 to builder for building 40% efficient house over IECC Code back on taxes.
A $500 rebate is being offered for $100 audit program customers that complete the Efficiency Kansas loan program.Posted in Rebates & Tax Credits |