Ohio State
Ohio is taking a serious approach to energy conservation. If you're in the market for a new heating or cooling system, you might want to jump on the bandwagon now.

Qualified contractors can help you get big rebates for upgrading your heating and AC systems, according to First Energy, a consortium of utility companies.

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Residential and small business customers may qualify for a rebate if they tune up an existing HVAC system or replace an older system with a high-efficiency one. ENERGY STAR® Appliance Rebates

And the savings will continue with lower utility bills, month after month after month, for the consumer.

Here are some of the rebates being offered now:

Other programs offer bank financing for high-efficiency appliances like washing machines, dishwashers, central air conditioners, ductwork, furnaces, and heat pumps. You could qualify for a 3-5% reduction on your interest rate, on a loan up to $50,000.

Ohio relies on coal, which has environmental drawbacks in terms of pollution and carbon emissions. Coal, cost, waste ... There are a number of strong incentives to helping Ohioans switch to more productive, less expensive sources of energy.

For more information on rebates for homeowners in Ohio, for everything from high-efficiency heating and cooling systems to insulation and air sealing, check out Ohio Incentives/Policies for Renewables & Efficiency


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