Cash for Appliances Utah
Cash for Appliances Utah offers rebates to Utah residents to encourage energy efficient product purchases to help save energy throughout the state.
The Utah State Energy Program is administering over $2.3 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) rebate funds for the Cash for Appliances Utah Program. Qualified products include clothes washers, room air conditioners, gas furnaces, gas storage water heaters and gas tankless water heaters.
The program aims to replace over 19,000 inefficient appliances with energy-efficient models and save customers over $469,000 in energy costs. The projected CO2 savings from this program is the equivalent of taking 657 cars off the road or planting over 88,000 trees.
Rebates are available beginning May 12, 2010 and are offered for qualified products on a first-come, first-served basis until funds run out. Rebates may be combined with existing utility, retailer or manufacturer rebates. Layering rebates is encouraged to maximize your savings.
- Cash for Appliances Utah is an appliance replacement program. Consumers must replace an existing appliance to qualify for Cash for Appliances Utah rebates.
- Purchase on or after May 12, 2010. Note: This program ended in 2010 and is now over.
- Available rebates:
- $75 rebate on clothes washers with a modified energy factor (MEF) of 2.0 or greater and a water factor (WF) of 6.0 or less
- $30 rebate on ENERGY STAR® qualified room air conditioners
- $300 rebate on ENERGY STAR® qualified gas furnaces with an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of at least 90%
- $300 on ENERGY STAR® qualified gas tankless water heaters with an energy factor (EF) of at least.82
- $50 on gas storage water heaters with an energy factor (EF) of at least .67
- Recycling your old appliances is encouraged
- Rebates are in addition to available utility, retailer and/or manufacturer rebates
- Rebates are available only while funds last
Proof of paid Utah state sales tax is required. Tax exemptions are available for homeowners who have a qualified product purchased and installed through a licensed contractor. Exemptions also apply for Military or Native American status. For more information, visit: http://tax.utah.gov/forms/2007/pub-42.pdf.
This project was supported by Grant No. DE-FOA-0000119. Cash for Appliances Utah rebates are funded by U.S. Department of Energy and are administered by the Utah State Energy Program.
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