Section 45L Tax Credit for Energy Efficient New Homes has been updated and extended through 2032.
Homes acquired on or after January 1, 2023 that meet Energy Star Certification may be eligible for tax credits of $2,500-$5,000 per unit. Available to builders and developers to incentive energy-efficient new construction, the 45L tax credit can provide substantial tax credits on qualifying projects.
Builders looking to maximize their investment should consider pursuing the energy efficient 45L tax credit that provides up to $5,000 per unit on qualifying residential dwelling units. Many builders are already building to the standards required to achieve this considerable federal tax credit, and our team of energy experts can assist in helping you determine how much you are eligible to qualify for.
Homeowners are not eligible to claim the 45L tax credit.
Learn if your project qualifies for the 45L Tax Credit