1. Blog
  2. Finance

Inflation Reduction Act: Which credits interest solar owners the most?

PalmettoPalmetto
An illustration containing the words "Inflation Reduction Act consumer survey" with a silhouette of the contiguous United States on a blue-green background.
Visit our Facebook pageVisit our Twitter

Now more than ever: It pays to go green. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), signed into law on Aug. 16, 2022, represents the single-largest investment by the federal government to combat climate change in U.S. history. 

Homeowners interested in high-efficiency appliances, sustainable building improvements, electric vehicles, battery storage devices, and solar panels can now benefit from the strongest federal incentives and rebates in U.S. history. But access to credits is one thing—taking advantage is another challenge entirely. 

That’s precisely what we wanted to learn more about. In September of 2022, one month after the IRA was passed, we conducted a survey of 350+ solar homeowners on the new energy efficiency credits and rebates found in the IRA. The survey findings address: 

  • What energy-efficiency upgrades consumers have already invested in
  • Which of the new home energy credits interest consumers the most 
  • What factors influence consumer decisions 
  • The perceived impact of home energy-efficiency credits and investments 

Click here to download the white paper and learn more about the consumer landscape post-IRA.

Visit our Facebook pageVisit our Twitter

There’s More Where That Came From

Get the latest news in solar, climate change, and sustainable living delivered right to your inbox every month.

Read More From The Clean Energy Learning Center

Palmetto is your go-to resource for news, updates, and questions. Knowledge is power. Invest with confidence.

The words "Solar Panels Protect Against Inflation" over an image of a receipt going into a purse with an upwards facing arrow next to it, representing how installing a solar panel system on your home can hedge against inflation, with lower electricity bills that protect you from inflation and rising energy prices.

Can Solar Panels Protect Against Inflation?

Installing a solar panel system on your home can hedge against inflation, with lower electricity bills that protect you from inflation and rising energy prices.
The words "Eversource Solar Incentives" over an image of solar panels on a Massachusetts home's rooftop, representing how Eversource Energy customers in MA can benefit from a variety of solar tax credits and other financial incentives.

Eversource Solar Incentives for Massachusetts Homeowners

Eversource Massachusetts customers can benefit from a variety of solar incentives. Find your Eversource MA solar incentives with Palmetto!
The words "Mass. Solar Incentives" on a green background with an outline of the state silhouette of Massachusetts, representing the tax credits and solar rebates that are available for MA homeowners.

Massachusetts Solar Incentives Guide - 2022

The homeowner’s guide to Massachusetts solar incentives in 2022, including tax credits and rebates for homeowners.

See how much

you can save

by
going solar with Palmetto

$290
What's your monthly electric bill amount?
Track Your Savings with the Palmetto App

Track Your Savings with the Palmetto App

Track Your Savings with the Palmetto App

The Palmetto App puts solar energy savings in the palm of your hand. Track system performance by day, week, or month. With an intuitive user dashboard and one-click customer support, it’s easy to track your goals and boost your results.
Get it on Google Play
Learn More