Going Green FAQs for Texas
Green power is renewable, sustainable energy that comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric power - instead of fossil fuels. When you choose a green electricity plan, you are supporting the development of these energy sources and can reduce the need for additional traditional power...
How do I get rebates and tax credits for making energy-efficient improvements or buying energy-efficient products?
When you make energy-efficient improvements or buy energy-efficient products, you may be able to obtain tax credits, rebates, or other incentive programs through the federal government, the State of Texas and local or regional sources. You might be able to receive financial incentives on energy-saving purchases such as:
- Water heaters
- Insulation and radiant barriers
- Energy-efficient heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems
- Energy-efficient appliances
- Energy-efficient doors, windows and skylights
- Energy-efficient roofs
- Programmable thermostats
- Solar panels
ENERGY STAR????® provides two different helpful links to assist you with researching your rebate options:
- Federal energy tax credit guidelines from ENERGY STAR
- Frequently Asked Questions about Federal Energy Tax...
There are many things you can do to save energy so that you can reduce your electric bill and help the environment. We will always recommend that you turn off lights in rooms that you're not using, install energy efficient lighting, and weatherize your doors and windows properly. To learn more about conserving electricity in every room of your house, check out the Energy Savings section of The Light...
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