HOME STAR Incentives to Energize the Home Performance Market

Asch, Jared; Golden, Matt
May 2010
Home Energy;May/Jun2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the HOME STAR plan of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board to provide direct incentives to homeowners in the U.S. who invest in efficiency improvements. HOME STAR is designed to stimulate consumer demand for energy retrofits through offering direct consumer rebates for qualifying home improvements. It also states that HOME STAR rebates can be assigned to qualified retailers and contractors.


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