Appliance Rebate Begins in Virginia

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    Need a new heat pump, gas furnace, or tankless gas water heater? You can save hundreds with the Virginia Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program.

    You can also get rebates on a clothes washer, refrigerator, and storage gas water heater.  But you better act fast.
     
    The commonwealth will give out $7.45 million in rebates. It’s part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to stimulate the economy and use energy-sufficient appliances.
     
    It takes about 60 days to receive the rebate once you register online.
     
    Each household can apply for one rebate on the website.