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Okay, this isn’t an infomercial on how to get free money from the government, but there are many government entities and public utilities that still offer significant rebates for consumers and businesses that invest in energy efficiency projects, appliances, and equipment. After all, who doesn’t like to get money back right? There are a couple […]

We’ve found a new rebate available for the good people in Boulder County, CO. The EnergySmart program is now offering up to $500 for a Whole House Fan installation. $500! So what’s the catch? The rebate is for homes with an existing AC system and the installation must be completed by a contractor in the […]

We at AirScape are happy to learn of the first whole house fan rebate available in Hawaii! (link) Offered to Hawaii Energy customers, the rebate offers customers $75 back on a whole house fan purchase and $25 back on a solar attic fan purchase. It’s great timing for this type of incentive, because summer is […]

We just discovered that the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power offers a $200 rebate for installing a Whole House Fan. Check out the details by clicking here. Not in the LA area? Many other municipalities and utilities offer WHF rebates. Take a look at our blog covering the full list of rebates we […]

We are excited to find that a few utility companies outside of California are now offering rebates for whole house fans. It’s nice to see some forward thinking by these companies. After all, energy savings can come from more than just replacing appliances or installing new windows. Fort Collins Utility in Colorado is now offering […]

We have always been a bit miffed that whole house fans are not eligible for an energy star rating. Apparently the situation is not all that straightforward.