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Heating/cooling systems target of state's rebate program

Federal stimulus dollars to encourage energy-efficiency finally roll into Tennessee this week as the state launches a rebate program for Energy Star-certified heating and cooling systems.

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Anne Paine of the Tennessean reports the Nebraska and Tennessee are the last states to take advantage of the money and will offer fewew options than many other states on what appliances qualify for rebates.

In Tennessee, $250 rebates will be offered for qualified central heating and cooling systems and also for air-source heat pumps; $150 rebates will go for gas furnaces; and $40 for room air conditioners, a rebate that can be used by a renter or homeowner.

More details at The Tennessean.

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