New Jersey To Re-Launch Home Appliance Rebate Program In July

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NEWARK– The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) and New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™ will continue the federally-funded appliance rebate program, beginning on July 1.

The rebate program, which originally ran throughout April, is part of funding the state received from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and is being used to encourage all New Jersey residents to purchase ENERGY STAR® qualified home appliances.

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“These federally funded rebates will give all New Jersey residents an opportunity to upgrade their appliances to ENERGY STAR qualified models, which will help reduce their home energy usage,” said NJBPU President Lee A. Solomon. “This program will help residents save money and protect the environment.”

Rebates are available for certain clothes washers, dish washers and refrigerators. The limited time program may end before Aug. 31, based on availability of funds. Program termination will be posted at NJCleanEnergy.com.

Rebates will be available through a mail in rebate or an instant rebate from participating retailers. For a complete list of retailers offering an instant rebate, visit New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program’s website at NJCleanEnergy.com or call 1-866-NJ SMART.

In addition to the federally funded appliance rebates, New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program also offers rebates for ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers, dehumidifiers, and room air conditioners to eligible customers. Visit NJCleanEnergy.com or call 1-866-NJ SMART for eligibility requirements.


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