ENERGY STAR® Appliance Rebates
Since its inception in 1992, ENERGY STAR® has become a recognized symbol that helps consumers identify energy-efficient products that offer savings on energy bills without sacrificing performance.
Look for the ENERGY STAR Label and See What You Can Save!
Visit a store near you to look for new household products that have earned the ENERGY STAR label. These products have met strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Then, you can apply for the following rebates on ENERGY STAR qualified appliances:
The average American household washes almost 300 loads of laundry each year. An ENERGY STAR qualified washer uses an average of 20 percent less energy and 35 percent less water than conventional models.***
An ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator can reduce your annual utility costs by up to $200.***
An ENERGY STAR qualified freezer uses 10 percent less energy than non-qualified models.***
The energy saved throughout the lifespan of an ENERGY STAR qualified dehumidifier could power a refrigerator for four months – potentially saving you $220.***
And, if you recycle your old, working refrigerator, freezer or air conditioner, you may be eligible for another rebate. FirstEnergy’s utilities have contracted JACO Environmental to provide appliance recycling services to their residential customers. JACO will perform all pick up and recycling activities for this program. Click here to learn more.
You can also visit the ENERGY STAR website for more information about energy-efficient appliances and other products.
FirstEnergy’s utilities do not provide a warranty or endorse any manufacturer or product.
*Standard ENERGY STAR qualified model must have a MEF of 2.0 to qualify for a $25 rebate. ENERGY STAR most efficient qualified model must have a MEF of 3.0 or greater to qualify for a $50 rebate.
**Standard ENERGY STAR qualified model must be 20% efficient to qualify for a $50 rebate. ENERGY STAR most efficient qualified model must be 30% or more efficient than ENERGY STAR rated to qualify for a $100 rebate. Find ENERGY STAR ratings at www.energystar.gov.