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NJ Rebates for Energy-Efficient Heating Oil Equipment Extended Through June

January 5, 2011

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program will extend its WARMAdvantage program through the end of June 2011, continuing to offer rebates to residents who purchase efficient heating equipment. This means that New Jersey homeowners who purchase an EnergyStar-qualified oil-fired boiler or burner with an AFUE rating (a measure of fuel efficiency) of 85 or higher will be rewarded by the state in the amount of $300. Approved Dealer Woolley Fuel of Maplewood, NJ broke the news at 4:00 Eastern Time on Wednesday afternoon with a happy tweet, “@woolleyfuel: N.J. Board of Public Utilities has extended the $300 rebate for the installation of high efficiency heating oil equipment through 06/30/11!” A state employee reached through a call to the Clean Energy Program’s information hot line (1-866-NJSMART) confirmed the announcement.

Investing in a modern and efficient heating oil burner or boiler can save homeowners hundreds of dollars a year by reducing heating oil usage, and also cuts down on greenhouse gas emissions from heating systems.

For more information on the program, visit the New Jersey Clean Energy Program’s website.

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