The draft of IRS 2009 Form 5695 for Residential Energy Tax Credits is now availabe. As previously discussed here, this credit provides up to $1,500 for a variety of energy-efficiency improvements including insulation, windows, doors, roofing, furnaces, boilers, and air-conditioners. It also provides for a 30% credit for renewables including solar PV, solar water heating, wind, and geothermal.
As you’ll see in the disclaimer from the IRS, this form is subject to change. But it should give you a decent idea anyway.
We have a good summary of the tax credit with qualifying measures and an FAQ.
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