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Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit (Section 25C) at a Glance

A credit of 10 percent of the cost of qualified energy-efficient improvements. Qualified improvements include adding insulation, energy-efficient exterior windows and doors, and certain roofs. The cost of installing these items is not included in the credit calculation. Additionally, a credit is available, including the costs of installation, for certain high-efficiency heating and air-conditioning systems, as well as high-efficiency water heaters and stoves that burn biomass fuel. There is a lifetime limitation of $500, of which only $200 may be used for windows. Qualifying improvements must have been placed in service in the taxpayer's principal residence located in the United States through Dec. 31, 2016.

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Get Credit for Making Your Home Energy Efficient or Buying Energy-Efficient Products


Related Forms

Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits (PDF)


Related Publications

Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax - Chapter 38, Other Credits - Under Nonrefundable Credit, see Residential Energy Credit for essential guidance

Instructions for Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits - See Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit for detailed guidance