Can I stack incentives?

Yes! Applicants can receive cost-share funds related to energy efficiency and electrification at the same time. Solar installations are eligible for cost-share funds after energy efficiency projects have been completed. Participating in Edina's Climate Action Fund does not affect your ability to receive tax credits or rebates from the federal government through the Inflation Reduction Act.

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1. Is there a cap on the funding amount available per project?
2. Who receives the cost share funds?
3. Can I stack incentives?
4. What if I have to wait for an Energy Audit? Can I go ahead and apply for the CAP Fund if I know what projects I want to do?
5. I want to apply for a solar cost-share, but do not wish to undertake any energy efficiency projects. Can I still apply?
6. Can I apply for the cost share program at the same time I apply for the permits, or do I need permit approval before I apply?
7. Can the solar contractor or energy assessor submit the application on behalf of the property owner?
8. I already received a different energy assessment not listed above. Am I eligible for the cost share?
9. Does a project have to begin after the Climate Action Fund application is approved?
10. My project was completed last year. Can I receive cost share funds?
11. I want to install a high-efficiency clothes dryer, is there cost-share funding from the Climate Action Fund for this project?