Replacing old, inefficient appliances is a simple way to make a difference in both your energy bill and the environment.  As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) provided nearly $300 million for states to set up appliance rebate programs.  Virginia’s allocation is $7.45 million.

Virginia’s Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program offers Virginians up to $300 on certain ENERGY STAR qualified appliances.  The eligible appliances were selected to best accomplish the rebate program’s goals of increasing residential energy conservation through more efficient appliances and stimulating the Commonwealth’s economy and job growth through additional retail sales of ENERGY STAR products.

  • Heat Pump, Air Source - $300
  • Natural Gas or Propane Furnace - $250
  • Heat Pump Water Heater - $250 (purchased May 28 or after)
  • Tankless Natural Gas or Propane Water Heater - $225
  • Clothes Washer - $75
  • Refrigerator - $60
  • NEW! Dishwasher - $50 (purchased Sept. 1 or after)
  • NEW! Room Air Conditioner - $40 (purchased Sept. 1 or after)
  • Storage Natural Gas or Propane Water Heater - $35