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Buying a New A/C? Get a Rebate!

13 June 2008

It’s that time of year where one starts eying older air conditioners and pondering replacements. If you’re ready to take that plunge and get a new AC, don’t miss out on these great rebates offered by Minnesota utilities. They’ll help you afford great EnergyStar rated appliances, which will help you save money in the long run anddoallthatgoodstufffortheenvironmentblahblahblah also! keep you cool. So, see if your utility is in the following list to checkhow much you can get back for purchasing a rad new energy efficient air conditioner:

Austin Utilities$25 for a window AC (and $25 for recycling the old one), $200 or more for central AC.

Beltrami Cooperative $75 for central AC.

Buffalo Municipal$350 for central AC, $30 for window AC.

Dakota Electric$30 for a window AC, up to $330 for central AC.

Freborn Mower Cooperative$60 per ton for central AC.

Interstate Power and Light$50 for window AC, up to $225 for central AC.

Minnesota Power$75 for central AC installation or tune-up.

Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative Up to $330 for central AC.

New Ulm Public UtilitiesUp to $350 for central AC.

Owatanna Public Utilities$25 for window AC (and $25 for recycling the old one), $200 or more for central AC.

People’s Cooperative$60 per ton for central AC.

Red River Valley Cooperative $100 for central AC.

Rochester Public Utilities$25 for window AC, $200 or more for central AC.

Wild Rice Electric Cooperative $100 for central AC.

Xcel Energy – $30 for central AC.

Great River Energy member? Check with your local coop to see what they offer.

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