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Clothes Washer Rebate

Hancock-Wood Offers a Clothes Washer Rebate of $75 until Funds are Depleted.

This rebate is for new ENERGY STAR® certified clothes washers purchased between Jan. 1, 2018 and Dec. 31, 2018.

ENERGY STAR® qualified clothes washers reduce energy use by about 30% compared to standard washers. They also reduce water consumption by more than 50%, and offer a better spin cycle – allowing for less drying time.


Hancock-Wood's rebate budget is limited. Offer is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Offer expires when funds are depleted.


  • This rebate only is available to residential Members of Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative.
  • Members must purchase new ENERGY STAR®-certified clothes washer between Jan. 1, 2018 and Dec. 31, 2018.
  • Complete rebate form and submit a copy of your receipt and ENERGY STAR® label.


  • If you pay less for your clothes washer than the rebate amount, you will receive the amount you paid.
  • Only ENERGY STAR® certified clothes washers are eligible.
  • A maximum of two rebates may be paid per residential Member home from Jan. 1, 2018 and Dec. 31, 2018. 

How do I participate?

  1. Download and print, call us at 800-445-4840 or Contact Us for a rebate form.
  2. Complete and submit the rebate form including a copy of your receipt and ENERGY STAR® label.
  3. Rebate will be in the form of a bill credit unless indicated by Member.

Energy Saving Tips for Clothes Washers:

Wash your laundry with cold water whenever possible. Save water by running full loads or reducing the level of water with partial loads.

Hot water heating accounts for about 90 percent of the energy your machine uses to wash clothes, only 10 percent goes to electricity used by the washer motor. Depending on the clothes and local water quality (hardness), many homeowners can effectively do laundry exclusively with cold water, using cold water laundry detergents. Switching to cold water can save the average household more than $40 annually (with an electric water heater) and more than $30 annually (with a gas water heater).

Washing full loads can save you more than 3,400 gallons of water each year.

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