Residential Energy Tax Credits: Elements, Analyses and Design Issues

Lena Kingston (Editor)

Series: Energy Policies, Politics and Prices
BISAC: LAW086000

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Residential energy efficiency can benefit consumers through reduced utility bills, and support national environmental policy objectives by reducing the demand for electricity generated using fossil-fuels and reducing current strains on the electric power grid. Various policies to increase conservation and energy efficiency have been adopted since the 1970s, including tax incentives. Developing and deploying technologies that are consistent with the most efficient use of our nation’s energy resources is broadly appealing. This book explores tax credits as a means of promoting residential energy efficiency. It also provides insight on energy conservation and climate changes. (Imprint: Novinka)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Residential Energy Tax Credits: Overview and Analysis (pp. 1-32)
Margot L. Crandall-Hollick and Molly F. Sherlock

Chapter 2 - Energy Conservation and Climate Change: Factors to Consider in the Design of the Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit (pp. 33-56)
United States Government Accountability Office

Chapter 3 - Processes Were Not Established to Verify Eligibility for Residential Energy Credits (pp. 57-72)
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

Index

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