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Rebate program promotes wood stove replacement

10:59 PM, May 2, 2014
The money is available to households that exchange non-EPA certified wood-burning appliances used as a primary source of heat.
The money is available to households that exchange non-EPA certified wood-burning appliances used as a primary source of heat.
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Wisconsin Public Service Corp. is offering up to $2 million to selected Wisconsin residents to replace inefficient wood and pellet stoves and HVAC equipment.

The money is available to households that exchange non-EPA certified wood-burning appliances used as a primary source of heat. Rebates for secondary residences are available, but limited. Also eligible are people in the following programs: Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP); Medical Assistance; Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program; and Income Qualified Home Energy Assistance Program.

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