ENERGY STAR Clothes Washers

$50 Rebate on New ENERGY STAR® Washer!

Washer rebates are available on qualifying equipment purchased on or before December 31, 2015.

New ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers use up to 40-50% less energy and 55% less water than standard machines. That means you’ll save money on your utility bill twice! In addition, most ENERGY STAR® clothes washers extract more water during the spin cycle, providing further energy savings when using a clothes dryer due to shorter drying times!

With Danville Utilities Home$ave, residential electric customers are eligible for a $50 mail-in rebate for each ENERGY STAR qualified new clothes washer purchased by submitting a Rebate Application with required proof of purchase.

Clothes Washers that replace an existing unit as well as new construction or first time installations are eligible for a rebate through a post-purchase application process. Home$ave rebate applications are valid for 90 days after product purchase. After 90 days, the equipment is no longer eligible for rebates from Danville Utilities.

Equipment Eligibility & Rebate Level
For ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers, the rebate is $50 per unit. Rebates are available for ENERGY STAR® high-efficiency residential front-loading and top-loading washers. Only washers with capacities greater than or equal to 1.6 cubic feet (ft³) qualify for rebates. Washers must have a modified energy factor (MEF) greater than or equal to 2.0 and a water factor (WF) less than or equal to 6.0. All-in-one washers or washers configured in any way other than a front or top-loading design are not eligible for rebates.

If purchased on or before December 31, 2015, please use this application: Download Home$ave Rebate Application

Items to Submit with Rebate Application
  • Dated and detailed sales receipt and invoice
  • Model number and serial number of clothes washer
Save Even More Money!
Participating in Danville Utilities Home$ave in no way excludes you from receiving more rebates and incentives on the same qualifying products from other sources. Look for additional rebates, tax credits and manufacturer's incentives to make improving your home's energy efficiency an even better deal!