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State of Tennessee

( THIS PROGRAM HAS ENDED )

 

$ 250.00 Rebates Start April 22, 2010

          The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

                                     ENERGY STAR APPLIANCE REBATE PROGRAM

“Appliances consume a huge amount of our electricity, so there’s enormous potential to both save energy and save families money every month,” said U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu. “These rebates will help families make the transition to more efficient appliances, making purchases that will directly stimulate the economy and create jobs.

OVERVIEW

This project provides federal support for state-level rebate programs for consumer purchases of new ENERGY STAR® qualified home appliances. A rebate of $250 will be available for the air source heat pumps and central air conditioners. The target date for the launch of the program is Earth Day, April 22, 2010. More details on how consumers can take advantage of the rebates will be available in the coming months.

Statewide, the estimated energy savings for delivery and installation of qualified heating and cooling products is approximately 16 million kilowatt hours per year. A reduction in energy use of that size translates to a yearly savings of almost $1.4 million in energy costs for Tennesseans and reduces the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere by 32 million pounds annually.

The state of Tennessee plans to partner with the Tennessee Valley Authority on the program to reduce administrative and processing costs, as well as to help market and promote SEEARP. The collaboration will allow the state of Tennessee to focus the majority of the ARRA funding on consumer rebates. Consumers receiving rebates under the state’s program may also be eligible for additional financial assistance through TVA’s existing residential efficiency programs.

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