The Cut Energy Bills at Home Act was introduced in the Senate with bipartisan support. If passed, the bill would create a new federal 25e tax credit -- the FIRST residential performance-based tax credit available for homeowners who make energy certain efficiency improvements.
This is an important piece of legislation – not just because of the enhanced choice this offers the taxpayer, but also because it lays out a unique path for using tax credits that are linked to documented energy savings delivered in homes. Here at Efficiency First, we're excited about the benefits this proposed tax credit could have for the building performance industry. Throughout this year, we've been working hard behind the scenes in D.C., building off of the efforts you and others in the industry made in 2009 and 2010 to advocate for performance-based policy solutions. Now that the proposed 25e tax credit legislation is out in the sunshine, the heavy lifting begins, and it will be up to all of us, working in unison and collaboratively, to move it forward. What can you do to help the cause? The bill has now been introduced in Congress, and we will be reaching out to you in the coming weeks and months with what you can do to help the bill move forward. So stay tuned.
Here's where you can learn more about the proposed legislation: www.efficiencyfirst.org/25e
McNeal and White has positioned themselves in the "green market" with certified staff, credentials and equipment to perform energy efficiency projects to the fullest. We can help you understand your home as a system and how it works in unison with all its components. Also we will show you your best return on investment and what saves you the most energy consumption.
Do you have health issues or problems, did you ever think this could be your home, surroundings and components not working as they should, maybe you don't get the proper air changes per hour for the healthiest environment possible?
We are a Building Performance Institute Affiliate (BPI). This is a nationally recognized program that breaks down the science of a building. We have worked with the State of Florida and the Department of Community Affairs(DCA) and have trained every weatherization contractor in the State for the program and have inspected over 1,000 homes. More of our credentials and training we offer thru Institute of Envelope Science include,