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The first step in increasing the number of Phius projects through policy is to provide monetary or policy incentives. These typically include providing funds to encourage developers to build to the Phius standard. The incentives can cover the cost of training and/or certification, and the actual cost of construction. State agencies providing incentives include the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the New York State Energy Research Development Authority (NYSERDA). Utilities include ComEd in Illinois and National Grid in Rhode Island.
Taking Advantage of the Inflation Reduction Act
These resources will help you find rebates and other incentives offered through the Inflation Reduction Act.
Find the federal and state tax incentives for which your project is eligible.View Resource
ENERGY STAR Rebate Finder
Discover rebates for which you may be eligible.View Resource
IRA Savings Calculator
Calculate how much money you can save on your project with the Rewiring America savings calculator.View Resource
Existing Financial Incentives for Phius Projects
New England's largest energy provider, Eversource, offers incentives for Phius projects in Connecticut.
The Inflation Reduction Act and Phius
How We Advance Passive Standards Through Policy
Check out the Phius-related policies that are promoting the construction of energy-efficient single-family dwellings, multifamily apartments and commercial buildings.