GET 2 REBATES WITH 1 APPLICATION
You have good reasons to use less water and energy. You cut your bills and you help keep Earth greener. You can do it when you buy a new clothes washer that meets the energy and water savings standards set by Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) Tier 3. And you’ll get money back with a dual rebate from your water company and PG&E.
To see if your water agency is participating in this program and check your combined rebate amount, select your zipcode:
Some details you should know.
- You must be an active customer of PG&E and of a participating water agency.
- Your new clothes washer must be rated as CEE Tier 3 to qualify. Ask your retailer or look for details if you purchase online.
- Only Tier 3 models on the current CEE list are eligible.
- Water agencies do not offer a rebate on clothes washers that contain silver ion technology, or commercial models.
For information about your rebate visit waterenergysavings.com.
For the fastest rebate, apply online.
You’ll be asked to mail in your proof of purchase. Incomplete applications cannot be processed.
Getting your rebate is as simple as 1-2-3.
No need to contact your water agency. Here’s all it takes:
- Check out the CEE product list for a list of qualifying Tier 3 clothes washers
- Buy and install your new washer between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013. Clothes Washer must be purchased, installed and rebate application postmarked within 60 days of purchase to be considered for rebate.
- Apply for a rebate in any of the following ways:
- For the fastest rebate, apply online. Simply upload your proof(s) of purchase by scanning or taking a picture of your receipt(s).
- If you’d prefer to apply through the mail, download and complete this rebate application.
- If you would like a printed application package mailed to you, or if you have any questions, call the Smarter Energy Line at 1-800-933-9555.
Lower both your water and energy bills, too.
Save money year after year. Qualifying washers use less water and less energy. So your bills go down. Add that to your rebates, and you’ve got a real bargain.
For more information, call PG&E’s Smarter Energy Line: