ENERGY STAR® certified refrigerators use less than half the electricity of standard models manufactured before 1993.
Since ENERGY STAR certified refrigerators have high-efficiency compressors, improved insulation, and more precise temperature and defrost mechanisms, qualifying models can save you $170 or more over the life of the appliance.
How to Redeem
- Read the Terms and Conditions on the Residential Rental Property Rebate Form to determine if you are eligible for a rebate.
- Verify that the product(s) you are going to purchase and install meet the eligibility requirements or contact us.
- Purchase and install qualifying product(s) during the rebate eligibility term (July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017).
- Complete and sign the application.
- Include a copy of your invoice(s) as proof of purchase.
- Submit completed application form and invoice(s).
- $150 rebate for units meeting the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) Tier 1 specifications.
- $250 rebate for units meeting the CEE Tier 2 or 3 or ENERGY STAR Most Efficient specifications.
- Units must meet the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) Tier 1 specifications for a standard $150 rebate, and the CEE Tier 2 or 3 ENERGY STAR Most Efficient specifications for a premium $250 rebate. In instances where the unit meets specifications for both rebate levels, the premium rebate will be given. Please view Qualified Products List for eligible units.
- Refrigerator rebates are available for replacement refrigerators only.
- Receipt showing proper disposal of existing unit is required.
- Rebate cannot be combined with any other offer, including those listed on Efficiency Vermont's Refrigerator Rebate form available at many Vermont appliance retailers.
- NOTE: The model number of old refrigerators is typically printed on a metal plate or foil sticker inside the refrigerator.
- Rebate does not apply to refrigerators installed in owner-occupied units.