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THERMOSTAT REBATES FOR MARYLAND HOMEOWNERS

THERMOSTAT REBATES FOR MARYLAND HOMEOWNERS

Savings on Energy Efficient Appliances for Your Home

2017 APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 2018

Washington Gas is excited to announce new, approved energy efficiency rebate programs for 2018 that will offer additional incentives on eligible appliances and equipment and even more savings for our residential and commercial customers. We urge all customers to submit rebate applications for equipment that was purchased and installed in 2017 with Washington Gas no later than January 26th, 2018 in order to receive a rebate for the 2017 calendar year.

2017 applications received or postmarked beyond the 26th, will be ineligible for rebates.

We also recommend our Maryland customers postpone submitting applications for equipment purchased or installed in 2018 until details of our new programs are available on our website. Thank you!

 

Take back control of your energy and start saving with rebates from Washington Gas. Incentives are available now for qualifying thermostats.

Wifi-Enabled Thermostats allow you to adjust the temperature in your home for every hour of every day and to change those settings anytime using your phone or personal device. You can enjoy the optimal level of comfort when you’re at home and active, and your thermostat will save you money by automatically adjusting the temperatures when you’re away or asleep.

 

Washington Gas Rebates

Item Efficiency Requirement Rebate
Programmable Thermostat $30
Wi-Fi Enabled Thermostat $100

 

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