Are your appliances due for an upgrade?
OPPD, an ENERGY STAR® partner, is here to assist you in saving energy and money on qualified products.
Consider these opportunities to enhance your home’s efficiency:
Upgrade to an ENERGY STAR® certified dishwasher, saving about $55 per year in operating costs and nearly 3,850 gallons of
water over its lifetime.
Freezer (13.9 cu ft or larger):
Opt for a 13.9 cubic foot or larger ENERGY STAR certified freezer to enjoy advanced technology and substantial energy savings.
Refrigerator (13.9 cu ft or larger):
With a 13.9 cubic feet or larger ENERGY STAR certified refrigerator, you save over the lifetime of your appliance.
On average, over 300 loads of laundry are done each year. Save on energy costs with ENERGY STAR® certified clothes washers.
Take advantage of significant savings with ENERGY STAR® certified dryers.
ENERGY STAR® REBATE AMOUNTS:
Here's how to submit your rebates:
- Purchase an approved ENERGY STAR® certified appliance (purchase date must be after Oct. 1, 2023) from a local store within the OPPD service territory.
Locate a store here.
- Take a picture of your receipt
- Submit your receipt and rebate application via our online portal (must be within 90 days of the date on the invoice to qualify)
- Upon acceptance, you will receive a check in the mail within 60 days—easy
The power to save is yours.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, the easiest way to match your ENERGY STAR Appliance to our system is to enter either the ENERGY STAR Unique ID which can found on the ENERGY STAR website or enter the Manufacturer and Model number as shown on the appliance.
The energy and demand savings of the appliance are what OPPD uses to justify the rebate amounts being paid. If a refrigerator of freezer is under 13.9 cubic feet, the OPPD program considers the unit as compact and they do not produce enough savings to justify a rebate.
As Public Power, one of our goals with ENERGY STAR appliance rebates is to promote doing business locally with OPPD business customers. It’s our commitment to support those businesses. If we have missed an appliance store that is an OPPD customer, please let us know and we will reach out to them to see if they would like to be added.
OPPD targeted the most popular ENERGY STAR appliances for our program and will be continually reviewing the program to ensure we are meeting the needs of our customers. Based on popularity, the program could be expanded to include additional appliances.
This information can be found in various places but the best source is the EnergyGuide label. The EnergyGuide label is required to be placed on all appliances by the manufacturers. The label provides information about energy consumption and shows you how much energy an appliance uses compared with similar models. Keep in mind the numbers are averages. Actual costs will differ somewhat depending on how you use them.
The label shows the following:
- Maker, model number, and size of the appliance.
- Estimated yearly operating cost (based on the national average cost of electricity), and the range of operating costs for similar models.
- The ENERGY STAR® logo indicates this model meets strict criteria for energy efficiency.
- Estimated yearly electricity consumption.
- Key features of the appliance and the similar models that make up the cost comparison range.
Rebates are limited to one rebate per appliance to ensure all of our customers who would like to participate have the opportunity to.
Yes. If you purchase a washer dryer combo unit, enter it on the application as a "clothes washer" twice and you will receive a rebate for $200.00.
Serial numbers are required for warranty claims, repairs, and to claim rebates. Every appliance has a serial number supplied by the manufacturer. The serial number is located on a label that is typically affixed to the interior of the appliance where it will be protected from damage. The most common location is just inside the door. The serial number is also noted on each appliance's packaging. Click here to see sample locations.
This video is a reference guide designed to walk you through completing an ENERGY STAR rebate.