Governor Crist signs bill creating energy-efficient rebate program

May 20, 2009 at 1:21 pm Leave a comment

kitchenFlorida Gov. Charlie Crist has signed a bill that creates a rebate program for energy-efficient appliances.

Crist says the rebate program will “help Floridians buy appliances at discount rates, lower utility costs and benefit Florida businesses by stimulating sales of energy-efficient appliances.”

Under the bill, the Florida Energy and Climate Commission (FECC) will be authorized to manage the Energy-efficient Appliance Rebate Program. The FECC says Florida will be eligible to receive at least $18 million in federal funds to implement the rebate program.

Here’s what Florida residents can expect to save on new appliances that are covered under the rebate program:

  • Refrigerators, $290
  • Washers, freezers, dishwashers, $200
  • Room air conditioners, $65
  • Humidifiers, $40

For more information, visit www.MyFloridaClimate.com.

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