Earn higher incentives with Tier 2

Are you eligible?

You may be eligible for the larger Tier 2 incentives for your energy efficiency home improvements, like heating and cooling equipment or insulation and air sealing. If your household income falls below the upper limits outlined here, we encourage you to follow the steps and become pre-approved for Tier 2 incentives. 

2021 State Median Income Limits by Household Size

To determine if your income qualifies, find your gross annual or gross one month income and household size in the chart below. For example: If you have four family members, find “4” in the Household Size row and then look at the income amount in the Income rows below. If your gross annual household income is less than $76,619 or gross one month income is less than $6,385, you may qualify for Tier 2 benefits.

Household Size Annual Income 80% SMI 1 Month Income 80% SMI
1 $39,841 $3,320
2 $52,101 $4,342
3 $64,360 $5,363
4 $76,619 $6,385
5 $88,877 $7,406
6 $101,136 $8,428
7 $103,435 $8,620
8 $105,733 $8,811
9 $108,031 $9,003
10 $110,331 $9,194
11 $112,629 $9,385

Follow these steps to be approved for Tier 2 incentives: