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Engergize Missouri Appliance increases appliance rebates by $50

Thursday, May 27, 2010 | 4:43 p.m. CDT; updated 9:07 p.m. CDT, Thursday, May 27, 2010

COLUMBIA — The Energize Missouri Appliance Rebate Program announced an increase of $50 on all appliance rebates except solar water heaters.

The increase is an incentive to encourage more Missouri consumers to take advantage of the rebate program and to help offset recycling costs for old appliances.

Checks will be issued for higher rebate amounts for all qualifying rebate applications filed since April 19. A household can receive multiple rebates, but the maximum total rebate cannot exceed $1,300. Applications will be accepted until rebate funding is depleted.

To collect rebates, consumers can visit participating appliance retailers and installation contractors, reserve rebates online at MissouriApplianceRebate.com or call (877) 541-4848. After July 1, remaining rebates will only be available at participating retailer and installation contractor locations.


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jon hawkings June 2, 2010 | 1:50 p.m.

I really like reading about the few, and i mean few, states out there that have embraced the appliance rebate programs and successfully implemented changes. Obviously Missouri had the foresight to increase the rebate allotment not only on a single appliance basis but for the entire rebate allotment for a household. Other states, like Texas, grossly underestimated both the amount of requests/traffic their appliance rebate program would receive AND how much they should offer to households and on individual appliances. I hope to see success in Missouri following these recent updates, and maybe they will even consider going into a round 2 like North Carolina.

Jonathan Hawkings, Editor
http://www.federalenergyincentives.org

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