IRA is a game-changing law that can accelerate the transition to healthy and electrified buildings, but depends on consumers taking advantage of the new incentives and local governments designing programs for maximum climate benefits and accessibility to low-to-middle-income (LMI) households.

Even with IRA’s full potential unlocked, further action is needed to meet the U.S. emissions reduction goal by 2030. State, tribal, and local governments can build off the IRA’s provisions and implement their own ambitious policies such as net-zero building codes to speed progress towards emission reduction targets.

This report on building decarbonization discusses key programs in the IRA that the All In coalition should use to create a cleaner, healthier, and more economically vibrant country and built environment.

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Publisher: America Is All In

Date: September 22, 2022

Countries: United States

States: None