Mass Save Rebate
April 22, 2010 by Post Team
Mass Save Rebate:Governor Patrick announced today that the state is using money from incentive for people to upgrade their equipment to get a discount.
In a press release, Governor Deval Patrick said, “The Mass Exchange Save Great device is the latest example of use of the federal republic of recovery dollars to reduce household energy costs, cut waste and reduce energy emissions of greenhouse gases. ”
The details of the exchange unit, including participating retailers, eligible appliance models, the amounts of reimbursement, and steps to secure reservations and obtain a rebate discounts are www.MassSave.com / residential. Consumers who need extra help beyond the information on the website can also call a new line in DOer 617-626-7350. The list of participating merchants will be updated through April 8.
Under the Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Massachusetts was awarded $ 6.2 million for the efficient management of energy an appliance Rebate Program designed to promote a major home energy savings by adopting high-energy appliances consume at home decommissioned and replaced by Energy Star qualified models. Since the devices are among the heaviest users of energy in households, the program is expected to produce a significant annual energy savings for consumers who participate – the ability to cut energy bills by hundreds of dollars if more than a device is replaced.
Save Great Mass Exchange apparatus is a limited time offer only, from April 22. recoverable reserves must be made by phone or online from April 22, and appliances must be purchased between April 22 and May 5, 2010. Funds are limited, and rebates are on a first come, first served basis until funds are depleted. To ensure that the process is managed properly, consumers will have to make a reservation and should give up their inefficient appliances. Equipment returned must be eligible to work at changing high-efficiency models, and will be collected and taken away for recycling, when new equipment is delivered. All residents of Massachusetts, including those served by municipal electric / light departments, are eligible for these discounts. Only participants Massachusetts retail purchases will qualify. Internet purchases are not eligible.
Save Great Mass Exchange device will offer discounts of $ 250 for qualified dishwashers, $ 200 for qualified refrigerators, $ 175 for qualified clothes washers and $ 50 for qualified freezers.
The steps to apply the discounts are posted online. So far, only 4 shops in the area are listed as participants:
This Service Company Inc.
238 SHAW ST
Dracut Appliance Center
1112 LakeView Ave.
Dracut Appliance Center
2100 MAIN ST.
Home Depot # 2668
85 MAIN STREET
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