A. Each rebate application has different requirements, but in general, all appliance rebate applications require the following to be mailed in one envelope to the address listed on the rebate application:
A. You may submit an online rebate application for qualifying appliances through our website. Customers who submit their application online can attach their receipt to the submission and do not need to mail in anything unless they are contacted and further information is requested.
A. No. Rebates are only available to active residential customers of FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania utilities for products installed at the service address specified on the rebate application. The 12-digit account number is located on your electric bill and is required to qualify for any rebate.
A. The store where you purchased the appliance should provide you with a receipt or invoice. If you purchased the appliance at a Home Depot store, you will need a special services customer invoice.
A. Yes, you can enter up to two qualifying appliances on each rebate form.
A. Your purchase must take place during the program dates listed on the rebate application form. You must mail or submit your rebate online by the last eligible postmark date which is 180 days from the purchase date. All submissions must also be received before the program end date June 7, 2021.
A. Unfortunately, standard electric water heaters do not qualify for any rebates in this program.
A. You can usually find that information on the box, the display at the store, or on the manufacturer website.
A. All ENERGY STAR products contain the familiar ENERGY STAR logo on the front of the product as well as the product packaging. If you are still unsure, visit www.energystar.gov and select the appropriate product category to see a complete list of approved ENERGY STAR products.
A. There are three levels of refrigerator rebates. For a standard ENERGY STAR-certified refrigerator found on www.energystar.gov, the rebate level is $25. For a CEE Tier 2 refrigerator, the rebate is $50. For a CEE Tier 3 refrigerator, the rebate is $75. Visit www.cee1.org to see if your model number is CEE Tier 2 or CEE Tier 3 qualified.
A. A standard ENERGY STAR electric clothes dryer senses moisture levels in clothes and allows for the dryer to turn off once the clothes are dry. An ENERGY STAR electric heat pump dryer pulls in air around the dryer to help dry the clothes.
A. Yes, you can receive multiple rebates if you install more than one qualified appliance of the same type.
A. Refrigerators, Freezers, Dehumidifiers, Clothes Washers, and Clothes Dryers that meet the eligibility requirements found on the rebate form.
A. Unfortunately we only offer rebates for the types of appliances listed on our website, www.energysavePA.com. If there is a change to the rebates offered, the website will be updated to reflect the most current information.
A. The rebate levels are as follows:
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