Duquesne Light Company provides rebates on a wide range of energy-saving devices for your home.

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You now have more opportunities than ever to make your home energy efficient, thanks to cost-savings upgrades incentivized by the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act.

You can take advantage of federal tax credits and deductions offered through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022, which empowers all Americans to make their homes more energy efficient through 2032.

Low and moderate income, also called “Income Qualified,” households may qualify for even more rebates on home energy upgrades that help reduce energy costs through the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA).

Two Ways to Save

Check Low or Moderate Income Eligibility

Use the table below to determine if you’re Income Qualified for low and no-cost upgrades. If you’re eligible, you can view your potential savings below.

No. In HouseholdMonthly IncomeYearly Income
1$1,823$21,870
2$2,465$29,580
3$3,108$37,290
4$3,750$45,000
5$4,392$52,710
6$5,035$60,420
Each additional$643$7,710

Don’t Qualify as Low or Moderate Income? You Can Still Save!

Even if you don’t meet the guidelines for low or moderate income, you can still get tax credits and rebates on energy-saving devices for your home. View energy-efficiency savings available regardless of income below.

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