Minnesota and Iowa Appliance Rebates program has been already started at 8 am on Monday, March 1st, 2010 for Energy Star appliances to promote energy saving statewide. To reserve rebate application, the first step for consumers is to visit www.MNApplianceRebate.com or call on 1-877-230-9119. Here is mentioned important details regarding Minnesota and Iowa Appliance Rebates program started on March 2010.
Through www.MNApplianceRebate.com, you can kick off the process of saving a lot of money. For energy-efficient appliances in the state of Minnesota, take benefit of the rebate program.
Screenshot of MNApplianceRebate.com
The rebate program is intended to help purchase an energy-efficient home appliance; only appliances with an Energy Star rating acquire on or after March 1, 2010 meet the criteria for the rebate. You can apply online as it offers you an opportunity by a simple application to reserve your rebates for energy-efficient appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, water coolers, water heaters and other appliances of routine use. These energy saving appliances save the environment from harm while you use these products.
The program, funded with over $5 million in federal stimulus funds, will enable in excess of 25,000 Minnesota residents earn up to $200 for replacing their appliances with a qualifying Energy Star model bought from a Minnesota retailer. Please remember that the Minnesota Rebate Program allows only one rebate is permitted per household and the maximum rebate is $200.
Which appliances Qualify for the Minnesota Appliance Rebate Program of March 2010?
- dishwashers ($150)
- clothes washers ($200)
- freezers ($100 with purchase and proof that their old unit has been taken off the grid; $50 for purchase only)
- refrigerators ($200 with purchase and proof that their old unit has been off the grid; $100 for purchase only)
For the doors opened on March 1, 2010, local stores were already prepared for an expected rush. The store manager at Sears in Coral Ridge Mall said, “Sunday they were expecting a lot more business today”. The Xcel Energy’s Program Manager said, “Our goal is to improve energy efficiency in our service territory and make it really easy for customers to get rid of their old appliances”, he also added, “The cheapest energy out there is the energy we don’t have to produce; using less helps all of us lower our bills and put money back in our pockets”.
Check out the website www.MNApplianceRebate.com, as the hotline was jammed with callers trying to reserve appliance rebates and the website experienced outages due to awesome online traffic. It gives the below message on website, when you open it.
"Thank you for your interest in the Minnesota Trade-in And Save Appliance Program. Unfortunately, all rebate funds have been reserved and applications are no longer being accepted."
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