Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth is an Energy Star partner in Michigan. Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth offers a variety of incentives to help residents of Michigan save money through clean energy and efficiency.
Some of the residential energy efficiency incentives include adding insulation and sealing, replacing windows, skylights, and external doors, window films and upgrading roofs. Home heating and cooling equipment incentives include furnaces and boilers, geothermal heat pumps or ground source, air conditioners & heat pumps, biomass stoves and fans.
Onsite Renewable Generation
According to the Tax Incentives Assistance Project:
“Homeowners can take advantage of several onsite renewable generation incentives, for Solar Energy Systems, Small Wind Systems, and Geothermal Heat Pumps placed in service at any of their residences between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2016. The incentive is for 30% of the cost of the system (equipment and labor). Solar and geothermal systems installed during 2008 are subject to a cap of $2,000; wind systems installed during 2008 are subject to a cap of $4,000.”
Michigan’s Weatherization Program
Michigan Community Action Agency Association (MCAAA) administers Michigan’s weatherization program. The program provides energy efficient cost-effective upgrades to low-income homeowners and renters of Michigan. Persons with disabilities and families, senior citizens and families with children are given preference in the program. The most common weatherization services performed in Michigan are attic insulation and ventilation, wall insulation, smoke detectors, dryer venting, foundation insulation, air leakage reduction.
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