Energy Star Rebates
Energy Star qualified clothes washers use about 37% less energy and use over 50% less water than regular washers. Many qualified clothes washers also have a greater capacity than conventional models, meaning fewer loads of laundry.
Energy Star certified dryers use 20% less energy than conventional models without sacrificing features or performance. They do this using innovative energy savings technologies, such as moisture sensors that detect when clothes are dry and automatically shut the dryer off.
The average ENERGY STAR qualified dehumidifier can save consumers about $20 per year. Over the life of the unit, that's more than $220 in savings!
Energy Star qualified dishwashers are, on average, 10% more energy efficient and 12% more water efficient than standard models.
Improvements in insulation and compressors mean today's freezers consume much less energy than older models. Select an Energy Star qualified freezer for maximum energy savings and the latest features.
Energy Star qualified Room Air Conditioners use about 10% less energy than conventional models, which could mean a savings of more than $60 over the lifetime of the unit.
Requires a 9 watt minimum light bulb. Maximum of 20 bulbs per location.
- Refrigerators (requires proof of demanufacturing of existing appliance) - $100
- Proof of Demanufacturing
Energy Star qualified refrigerators are 20% more energy efficient than the minimum federal standard.
- $35 Disposal rebate for refrigerator or freezer currently in service (requires proof of disposal)