City of Las Vegas Residents
EnergyFit Nevada, together with the City of Las Vegas, is pleased to offer energy efficiency rebates for city residents. Funding is provided by The City of Las Vegas for homeowners with properties within incorporated City limits. This is in addition to other rebates/incentives available through NV Energy, SW gas, or other sources. How do I know if I live within incorporated City of Las Vegas limits?
City of Las Vegas Homeowners are eligible for rebates, one-time, up to a maximum amount of $500.00.
Rebates are paid to program contractors on a reimbursement basis. The rebate amount must be clearly indicated on the signed homeowner invoice. Only approved contractors are eligible to receive rebate reimbursements.
|Measure||City of Las Vegas Rebate/Incentive|
|Subsidized Home Energy Assessment||$199.00 cost to homeowner
(reduced from $299.00)
|Air-sealing (required on all jobs unless noted)||50% of cost up to $100.00|
|Attic Insulation (increase level to R-38+)||50% of cost up to $200.00|
|HVAC System Upgrade (90% AFUE/13 SEER min.)||$350.00|
|HVAC Duct Sealing||50% of cost up to $100.00|
|HVAC System Tune-up||HVAC System Tune-up 50% of cost up to $50.00|
|Window Replacement (.35 U-factor/.25 SHGC)||$200.00|
|Energy Star Hot Water Heater||$200.00|
|Energy Star Programmable Thermostat||50% of cost up to $50.00|
Residents Outside of City of Las Vegas
EnergyFit Nevada services are currently available only to residents of Southern Nevada. For residents outside of the City of Las Vegas, home energy assessments start at $399 based on house size. Prices may vary based on individual contractor pricing.
A variety of energy efficiency utility rebates are available through Southwest Gas and NV Energy. EnergyFit Nevada can help you identify rebates for which you may be eligible.
Federal tax credits may be available to help you pay for energy efficiency upgrades. The following is presented for informational purposes only; EnergyFit Nevada does not approve or facilitate qualification for federal tax credits. Please consult a tax professional to find out if you qualify and how to apply for these incentives.
Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit
- This tax credit is 30 percent of the cost of alternative energy equipment installed on or in your home.
- Qualified equipment includes solar hot water heaters, solar electric equipment and wind turbines.
This credit is available through 2016. For more information see IRS Form 5695: Residential Energy Credits.
Consumer Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency (expired December 31, 2013)
As part of the Taxpayer Relief Act, Congress extended Federal Consumer Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency to 2013, along with making them retroactive for 2012. If you purchased certain energy-efficient products during 2012 or 2013, you may be eligible for a tax credit. You may receive a tax credit for 10% of the cost up to $500, or a specific amount from $50-$300 for the six following product categories.
- Biomass stoves
- HVAC systems
- Roofing (metal & asphalt)
- Water heaters (non-solar)
- Windows and doors.
The products above must have been installed in an existing home or your principal residence on or before December 31, 2013. To learn more information about specific requirements for each product and applying for these tax credits, please visit ENERGY STAR®.