Good news for Tennesseans looking to cash in one of their gently used appliances. The U.S. Department of Energy has approved Tennessee’s State Energy and Efficiency Appliance Rebate Program. The catch is that you can only trade in certain appliances like air source heat pumps, central air conditioners and room air conditioners that have the Energy Star designation. This is a great step towards alleviating some of the pressure put on home owners by the recent economic downturn. A rebate of $250 will be made available for most air source heat pumps and central air conditioners, while economy sized room air conditioners will be up for a $40 rebate. The program is currently set to begin on Earth Day of next year, April 22, 2010. Gov. Phil Bredesen said the funding will help Tennessee families lower their utility bills and have a positive impact on the environment.
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