Written by Tik Root | Stacker
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Making homes more efficient and more electric is critical to combating climate change. But the undertaking can be expensive and beyond the financial reach of many families.
Help, however, is on the way.
Residential energy use accounts for one-fifth of climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. President Biden’s landmark climate bill, the Inflation Reduction Act, aims this issue by allocating $8.8 billion to home energy efficiency rebates primarily for low- and moderate-income households.