KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT)-- If you replaced an old appliance with a new "Energy Star" appliance within the last year; then you might have some cash waiting for you from the City of Knoxville.
It's a rebate program through a Federal Grant that was given to Knoxville to use on promoting conservation in the city. The city decided to use the money as a rebate program to give homeowners a break who replaced old appliances with new Energy Star appliances.
You can qualify as long as you meet these requirements; you replaced an old appliance with an Energy Star between August 3, 2011 and April 2, 2012, live in the city of Knoxville limits, and are up-to-date on all city taxes.
The appliances include; televisions, computers, refrigerators, dish washing machines, washing machines, tank-less water heaters and toilets.
The deadline for all applications is April 2, 2012 and the money from the grant is going quickly.
Visit the websites below for an application and to answer any questions.
For the Green Rebates Program Guidelines:
For a Green Rebates Application:
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