Tax credits apply to primary residence and may change without notice. Listed
are current tax credits:
Tax Credit for HVAC Equipment Purchased and Installed in 2012-2016
This tax credit covers up to 10% of the cost to $500, or a specific amount
ranging from $50 to $300. There is a $300 maximum credit available for
qualifying central Air Conditioners, Heat Pumps, Packaged Units and Ductless
Mini-Split Systems and a max $150 credit for furnaces and boilers.
Geothermal Tax Credits
Effective January 1, 2009. Expires December 31, 2016.
Homeowners who have had a geothermal heat pump system installed (if that
particular system qualifies) could get 30% of the installation costs.
In order to claim the credit, you must have a qualifying system and have
had it installed the same year you are applying for the credit.
Lifetime Limit Reinstated for Previous Recipients
Homeowners who have claimed energy efficiency tax credits of $500 or more
since January 1, 2006, are no longer eligible for the 2011 federal tax credit.
Indiana Incentives / Policies for Renewables and Efficiency
There is a myriad of incentives for consumers to make their homes more