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Take Action to Make the 25C Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit Permanent

Originally published: 09.10.21 by Terry Tanker

On May 18, 2021 Representative Roger Williams (R-TX) introduced H.R. 3324, the Incentivize Residential Energy Efficiency Act, which would make the Section 25C tax credit permanent. Section 25C offers homeowners a federal tax credit of 10 percent, up to $500, against the cost of energy efficient equipment—including HVAC systems. The 25C credit is currently set to expire at the end of 2021. It was last renewed in December 2020 with bipartisan support.

Please take action today and urge your representatives in Congress to support this important legislation that will ensure greater certainty for the homeowners who utilize the 25C credit while also driving business for HVAC contractors and ACCA members across the country.

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About Terry Tanker

Terry Tanker

Terry is the owner of JFT Properties LLC and publisher of HVACR Business magazine. He has more than 25 years of experience in the advertising and publishing industries. He began his career with a business-to-business advertising agency. Prior to forming JFT Properties LLC in January 2006, he spent 20 years with a large national publishing and media firm where he was the publisher of several titles in the mechanical systems marketplace.

In addition to his experience in advertising and publishing, Terry has worked closely with numerous industry-related associations over the years including AHRI, NATE and ABMA. 

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