For many homeowners, summer means it’s time to tackle home improvement projects. By investing in certain energy-efficient updates, taxpayers not only can lower their power bills but also can score some tax breaks.

The Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit equals 30% of qualified expenses (up to $3,200) incurred to improve a home after Jan. 1, 2023. Examples include insulation and exterior doors or windows.

The Residential Clean Energy Credit is equal to 30% of qualified property installed in a U.S. home from 2022 through 2032. Examples include solar electric panels, solar water heaters and wind turbines.

Additional rules and limits apply to these credits. Here’s more: