Solar Credit (25D) – Available through 2016

The U.S. government offers a tax credit (Solar Tax Credit, 25D) for up to 9% of the total retail cost of the solar-ready heat pump that’s at the heart of the SunSource® Home Energy System, when applying solar modules. Also covered under 25D, 30% of the cost with no upper limit on solar module installation.

Heat Pump Tax Credit

HVAC Credit (25C) – Available for equipment purchased in and installed 2012-2013

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 extends tax credits on high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment purchased and installed from January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2013. This credit (Residential Energy Credit, 25C) covers up to 10% of the installed costs ($300 limit) of qualifying systems and is offered as part of a larger energy efficiency incentive for home improvements. If you claimed $500 or more for enhancements to your home’s exterior (windows, doors, skylights, insulation, roofing, etc.) from 2006 to 2011, your heat pump purchase made in 2012-2013 will be ineligible for a tax credit.

Boiler Tax Credit

Did you purchased and installed a high-efficiency Lennox® boiler in 2012-2013?

If you purchased and installed a high-efficiency Lennox® boiler in 2012-2013, you may be eligible for a tax credit of up to 10% of the installed costs ($200 limit). This credit (Residential Energy Credit, 25C) is offered by the U.S. federal government as part of a larger energy efficiency incentive for home improvements. If you claimed $500 or more for enhancements to your home’s exterior (windows, doors, skylights, insulation, roofing, etc.) from 2006 to 2011, your boiler purchase made in 2012-2013 will be ineligible for a tax credit.

Furnace Tax Credit

Did you purchased and installed a high-efficiency Lennox® furnace in 2012-2013?

If you purchased and installed a high-efficiency Lennox® furnace in 2012-2013, you may be eligible for a tax credit of up to 10% of the installed costs ($200 limit). This credit (Residential Energy Credit, 25C) is offered by the U.S. federal government as part of a larger energy efficiency incentive for home improvements. If you claimed $500 or more for enhancements to your home’s exterior (windows, doors, skylights, insulation, roofing, etc.) from 2006 to 2011, your furnace purchase made in 2012-2013 will be ineligible for a tax credit.