Incentives: Tax Credits and Rebates
Energy efficiency and building electrification is one of the most important climate actions and also saves energy customers money. Incentive programs for energy efficiency are available and constantly updating. Use this page for a snapshot of available incentives, and check the links for up to date information and details.
Florida Power & Light Incentives
More information on these programs at FPL.com.
Services and programs
|Onsite Home Energy Survey||Schedule your free Home Energy Survey by calling 1-800-DIAL-FPL (1-800-342-5375).|
|Home Energy Manager||Log in to your account at FPL.com|
|BuildSmart for New Homes||Work with a participating builder.|
|Air Conditioning||$150 instant rebate|
|Ceiling Insulation||$220 instant rebate|
Commercial properties can benefit from a multitude of programs available from FPL. Check out the Business Programs and Resources page for up to date opportunities.
Consumers can purchase Energy Star appliances exempt from tax in the State of Florida. Learn more at floridarevenue.com.
The State also has tax exemptions on hurricane window and doors. Learn more at at MyFloridaACFO.com.
|Home energy audit||30% of cost up to $150|
|Air source heat pump||30% of cost up to $2,000|
|Air conditioners||30% of cost up to $600|
|Heat pump water heaters||30% of cost up to $2,000|
|Water heater||30% of cost up to $600|
|Insulation||30% of cost up o $1,200|
|Windows and skylights||30% of cost up to $600|
|Doors||30% of cost up to $500|
|Solar energy systems||30% of cost (no limit)|
|Battery storage||30% of cost (no limit)|
|Electrical panel upgrade||30% of cost up to $600|
|Electric Vehicle (new)||$7,500|
|Electric Vehicle (used)||$4,000|
More information coming in late 2023!
Rebates will be upfront discounts which may cover up to 100% of costs! Total benefits could be as much as $14,000 for some households. Benefits are income dependent. Covered electrification improvements include:
- Electric panel
- Electric/induction stove
- Electric wiring
- Heat pump water heaters
- Heat pump air conditioners
- Heat pump clothes dryer
- Home efficiency rebate
Tax Deductions for Commercial Buildings
The Inflation Reduction Act extended and expanded section 179D of the Internal Revenue Code which allows commercial buildings owners to claim a tax deduction for installing qualifying energy efficient systems in their buildings. Tax deductions may be as much as $1.88 per square foot for whole buildings or up to $0.63 per square foot for sections of a property.
The information shared here is for educational purposes only. Consult your tax professional. For more information visit IRS.gov.
The availability of rebates and incentives is subject to change. This page is intended as a resource, not necessarily and exhaustive list. Check back for updates and always check the incentive with the offering entity before making any purchases. Page last updated 5/11/2023.