7.1 : National Legislation




7.1.3 State Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program
2010 2011
Total Rebates Rebates Avg Rebate Total Rebates Rebates Avg Rebate
Home Appliances (Thousand) ($ Million) ($) (Thousand) ($ Million) ($)
Air Conditioners (Room) 28 1.8 65 3 0.3 111
Clothes Washers 480 52.8 110 78 11.2 143
Dishwashers 245 22.2 91 55 5.6 101
Freezers 22 2.0 94 3 0.7 266
Refrigerators 488 64.8 133 104 18.9 182
HVAC
Air Conditioners (Central) 31 12.4 403 17 13.0 767
Boiler Reset Controls 0 0.0 100 0 0.0 0
Boilers (Gas) 3 1.8 632 1 0.4 500
Boilers (Oil) 2 0.9 425 1 0.5 403
Boilers (Propane) 0 0.0 214 0 0.0 300
Furnaces (Gas) 61 24.2 396 8 3.3 415
Furnaces (Oil) 0 0.2 379 0 0.1 394
Furnaces (Propane) 1 0.3 314 0 0.0 340
Heat Pumps (Air Source) 33 16.2 487 17 9.2 546
Heat Pumps (Ground Source) 2 1.5 912 0 0.0 1,207
Water Heaters
Electric Heat Pump 3 0.9 278 1 0.2 322
Gas Storage 15 0.0 123 1 0.2 337
Gas Tankless 9 1.8 263 1 0.5 335
Indirect 0 2.4 150 0 0.0 0
Propane Storage 0 0.0 151 0 0.0 25
Propane Tankless 0 0.0 192 0 0.0 300
Solar, Electric Backup 0 0.0 735 0 0.1 1,675
Solar, Gas Backup 0 0.2 1,267 0 0.0 1,262
Solar, Indirect Backup 0 0.1 1,107 0 0.2 2,000
All Products 1424 206.6 145 291 64.7 223
Note(s): Planned program totals based on state plans submitted to the U.S. Department of Energy. Actual results based on state reporting to the U.S. Department of Energy through 12/31/2011. This program was created under the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and received $300 million in funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Under this program, eligible consumers may obtain rebates on the purchase of new energy-efficient appliances when they replace used appliances. Additional information at http://www.energysavers.gov/financial/70020.html.
Source(s): U.S. Department of Energy









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