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Appliance Rebates

Enjoy Rebates on Top of Energy Savings

Rebates are often available when you purchase select ENERGY STAR certified electric appliances. To participate, you can purchase qualifying equipment at our participating New Hampshire retailers, online or in another state. After purchase you receive your rebate by applying online or by sending the rebate forms by mail.

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New appliances are not only a great facelift, they can also help you save big in the long run. Every appliance comes with two price tags: the purchase price and the cost of operating the product. ENERGY STAR ® certified appliances help you save money by reducing energy use without sacrificing performance. In fact, ENERGY STAR ® certified appliances use 10 to 50 percent less energy than standard appliances.

Get the facts on energy cost savings with ENERGY STAR certified appliances:

Refrigerators

 

Refrigerator

REFRIGERATORS: Refrigerators 15 years or older use twice as much energy as a new ENERGY STAR model. You can save as much as $260 over the next five years when replacing an old refrigerator with ENERGY STAR. Click here to get more information like:

  • Product finder
  • Energy savings
  • Buying guidance
  • Best practice
  • Environmental considerations

Recycle your old one to save even more and to help the environment.

Print the rebate form here.

 

 

 

 

Clothes dryers

 

picture of a clothes dryer

Click here to get more information on Clothes Dryers with ENERGY STAR like:

  • Product finder
  • Energy savings
  • Buying guidance
  • Best practice
  • Environmental considerations

Print the rebate form here.

 

 

Clothes washers

 

Clothes washer

WASHERS: ENERGY STAR certified clothes washers use about 25 percent less energy and 40 percent less water than regular washers. A full-sized ENERGY STAR certified clothes washer uses about 13 gallons of water per load, compared to the 23 gallons used by a standard machine. That’s a savings of more than 3,000 gallons of water per year. Click here to see:

  • Product finder
  • Energy savings
  • Buying guidance
  • Best practice
  • Environmental considerations

Print the rebate form here.

 

 

 

Air purifiers

 

Air purifier

AIR PURIFIERS: ENERGY STAR certified room air purifiers are 40 percent more energy-efficient than standard new models, saving consumers about 225 kWh/year and $25 annually on utility bills. These savings could add up to $215 over its lifetime.

Click above to get more information like:

  • Product finder
  • Energy savings
  • Buying guidance
  • Best practice
  • Environmental considerations

Print rebate form here.

 

 

Pool pumps

Picture of a swimming pool pump

An ENERGY STAR certified pool pump can run at different speeds and be programmed to match the pool operation with its appropriate pool pump speed. The energy saved is considerable; reducing pump speed by one-half allows the pump to use just one-eighth as much energy. Click above to get more information like:

  • Product finder
  • Energy savings
  • Buying guidance
  • Environmental considerations

Print rebate form here.

 

 

 

 

Room air conditioners

 

Picture of a room air conditioner

 

When the weather heats up, a new ENERGY STAR certified room air conditioner can help you keep your cool AND save energy!In fact, ENERGY STAR room air conditioners use 9 percent less energy and, on average, cost about $70 per year to run. Click above to see details:

  • Product finder
  • Energy savings
  • Buying guidance
  • Environmental considerations

Print rebate form here.

 

 

Heat pump hot water heaters

Hot Showers Without Huge Bills

Heat pump water heaters use electricity to move heat from the air to the water. While it sounds straightforward, the cost efficiencies you can achieve over normal water heaters are nearly threefold, so you can heat your water and stay within your budget.  Visit our heat pump hot water heater page for incentives and financing.

 

Other heat pumps

A heat pump uses technology similar to a refrigerator or freezer to heat or cool your home. Rather than combusting a fuel, heat pumps use electric power to move heat from an outside source to inside your home. Ultimately, what that means is you can heat your home more efficiently and see the results in your energy costs.

See our heat pump program details.

Rebate funds are limited, available to residential members only, and the program is subject to change without notice.

For more information about ENERGY STAR® appliance program, please contact Patti Corbeil at corbeilp@nhec.com or 603.536.8637.