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Washington appliance rebate program expands to include more appliances   

Tags: Avista Utilities, Rebates/Incentives, Electricity, Natural Gas, Washington

Do these look like your appliances?
If your appliances look
like these, it might be
time to take advantage
of state and Avista
rebates to become
more efficient.
Cash for Appliances, plus Avista rebates helps you double-dip on savings

If your home is like mine, the summer chore list can get pretty long. But there was one chore on our list that I couldn’t wait to check off – buying a new dishwasher. Our new dishwasher is great - it saves a lot more energy and water than the old one, plus we don’t have to shout to talk while it’s running. We even received an Avista rebate for purchasing the new high efficiency Energy Star appliance.

The only thing that could have made it better was if we had received an additional rebate. It’s too late for us, but it isn’t too late for you.

Washington State this week announced an expansion of its Cash for Appliances rebate program. The federally-funded statewide program now provides rebates for purchasing Energy Star freezers, dishwashers, electric heat pump water heaters, gas storage and gas tankless water heaters, and ductless heat pumps. That’s in addition to the existing rebates under the program for clothes washers and refrigerators.

Naturally, you can pair the Cash for Appliances rebates with available ones offered by Avista, which range from $20 to $200, for even more cash savings. Information and forms on Avista’s rebates are at While you’re on the site, check out our Appliance Recycling Program for Washington and Idaho customers.  We’ll will pick up your old refrigerator, recycle it and pay you $30 for it – what a deal!

To find out more about Washington’s Cash for Appliances program, visit

Idaho residents can still qualify for the Idaho Appliance Rebate Program when replacing older, working appliances with an eligible Energy Star appliance, so find out more at Idaho customers can also take advantage of the same Avista rebates and programs as our Washington customers. 
Posted by  System Account  on  8/6/2010
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