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3.06.2010

FLORIDA APPLICANCE REBATES

The State of Florida will implement a mail-in rebate program to help residents replace older, inefficient appliances with ENERGY STARTM qualified appliances.  Timed to coincide with Earth Day activities, the program is tentatively scheduled to begin April 16, 2010, and will end April 25th.  s scheduled to last two weeks.  

Only new appliances, used personally by consumers are eligible, products include:
  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Clothes washers
  • Dishwashers
  • Room air conditioners
  • Gas tankless water heaters  
Florida will offer residents a 20% rebate off the price of a new ENERGY STARTM qualified appliance and may also receive an additional $75 rebate with proof of having recycled the old appliance. Florida received $17,585,000 to conduct the program.  

These six appliances were selected because they offer consumers the largest energy and water savings and there are no other state rebate programs on these particular appliances. 

See Florida Energy and Climate Commission for additional information. 

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