12 Feb
2011

Georgia Power Energy Efficiency Rebates

Posted by Norman F

Air purifier, Gas Furnace
New rebates have been added for 2012.

Utility Company Georgia Power has a bunch of programs and incentives to help save energy and money.

  • Have Georgia Power haul away that old refrigerator energy hog for FREE and get $35.
  • Up to $400 Rebate when you switch your gas furnace to an electric heat pump. Exp 3/31
  • $525 rebate when replacing an existing gas water heater with an energy-efficient electric Marathon water heater. Exp 12/31
  • Up to $700 in rebates for whole house improvements

Questions, call Georgia Power at 1-866-446-9250.

Always check your local utility’s web site for rebates before you buy a new item. We recently bought a new dishwasher that had a $50 utility company rebate that was not advertised by the store. They fulfilled the rebate in only 2 weeks. Green your home and get cash back. Most rebates run through December 31 or while funding is available.

Federal Energy Efficiency Tax Credit

Be sure to also take advantage of the Federal Energy Efficiency Tax Credit. This Federal tax credit can save you money in addition to your utility companies’ promotions. It applies to many items including: Wind Turbines – GeoThermal Heat PumpSolar panels.

Additional Resources for more information

Read our article: Ways to Save Energy, Money on your Energy Bill – It is full of tips to save you money.

Interested in Solar? Read our article Are Solar Panels for Me?

Other Power Utility Company Rebates

For Northern California Energy Rebates see: PG&E Energy Efficiency Rebates
For Southern California see: SCE Rebates or Southern California Edison Rebate for Energy Efficiency
For San Diego see: SDGE Rebates, SDG&E, or San Diego Gas and Electric Rebate for Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency Rebates for other locations.

Posted on February 12th, 2011
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