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May 29th, 2010

Update1: Don’t Forget About the ‘Cash for Appliances’ Program

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Update1: California has announced that their portion of the “Cash for Appliances” program will be extended. The original deadline of May 23 will be pushed back until all the funding allotted for the program has run out:

The California Energy Commission continues to tweak the state’s $35 million cash for appliances rebate program. Last week the commission added 30 refrigerators and 42 washing machines to the list of eligible products, which now includes 126 refrigerators ($200 rebate), 59 washing machines ($100), and 300 room air conditioners (up to $50).

Our original post (see below) has a link that provides a state-by-state list of all the information you’ll need to check in on the status of your state’s Cash for Appliances program.

Original Post (published on 05/22/10): ConsumerReports.com has a state-by-state list of the information you’ll need to check in on the status of your state’s Cash for Appliances program. While some states have ended their version of the program, others are still ongoing, and some have just begun.

Click here to view Consumer Report’s state-by-state list. The list is complete with each state’s Cash for Appliances website as well as a telephone number you can call for more info.

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