Friday, February 24th, 2012 -
Many NSW households have purchased efficient washing machines, dishwashers, fridges and freezers since April 2011, but have not claimed rebates connected to those purchases.

Rebates for energy efficient appliances are available from, who is an Accredited Certificate Provider under the NSW Energy Savings Scheme.

According to, the electricity savings of using a 5 star washing machine instead of a 1 star washing machine every day for ten years is over $1700, which demonstrates the case for considering energy efficiency when purchasing appliances.

The rebate program is designed to encourage NSW residents to purchase energy efficient appliances.

A representative, Craig Jones, stated that “tens of thousands of dollars in unclaimed rebates are literally filed away in the form of filed receipts for whitegoods purchased by NSW residents since April 2011”

Jones said that it is not too late for people to pull out their receipts, complete the rebate form (available at and lodge their rebate claims.

Contact Profile provides rebates for energy efficient whitegoods in NSW as an approved Accredited Certificate Provider under the NSW Energy Savings Scheme.
Craig Jones
P: 0415 216 291

About the NSW Government Energy Savings Scheme

The NSW Government’s Energy Savings Scheme promotes energy efficiency in NSW by legislating that electricity retailers are required to purchase Energy Savings Certificates from Accredited Certificate Providers. Accredited Certificate Providers create Energy Savings Certificates from energy efficiency initiatives.


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