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REBATES


Buy Energy Efficient Appliances and Earn Rebates Utilizing energy efficient appli-


ances in your home is a win-win situ- ation. You can improve your home’s energy efficiency, and you can earn rebates too! VVEC offers rebates on electric


water heaters, ground-source, air- source and dual -fuel heat pumps, and room air conditioners. All need to be Energy Star rated. Electric water heaters for new


construction or conversions from gas, and have a minimum energy factor of .90 are rebated up to $199 if purchased elsewhere, or full price (less taxes) if purchased from VVEC. We also offer $50 rebates on 40-gal- lon or larger replacement tanks when replacing a tank with less than a .90


efficiency rate, and the new tank has a .90 or higher efficiency. A $50 rebate is available for En-


ergy Star-rated room air conditioners. Ground-source heat pumps for


new construction or gas conversions are rebated at $300 per ton and must have an EER value of 19.1 or greater. Replacement units will be rebated at $150 per ton, and must meet the same EER criteria and be a gain of a least 3 EER. Replacing an air-source heat pump with a ground-source meeting the same requirements will be eligible for a $150 per ton rebate. Air-source heat pumps (with


electric resistance backup) meeting a 16.5 SEER or greater will be rebated at $150 per ton for new construction


or gas conversions only. Replacement units are not eligible for rebates. Du- al-fuel heat pumps (using natural gas, propane or fuel oil for supplemental heating) meeting the same ratings will be rebated at $150 per ton for new construction or replacement units. If you have questions about this


program, please contact Jane Van Sickle at 918-371-2584, ext. 6226. You can download a rebate form from our Web site - www.vvec.com. The com- pleted form must be submitted to us within 90 days of purchasing the appliance. Certain restrictions apply and new units are subject to on-site verifications.


RECIPE


Old-Fashioned Caramel Cupcakes 1 butter recipe cake mix


Prepare cupcakes following instructions on cake box.


Old-Fashioned Caramel Frosting 1 cup butter


1 16-oz. pkg. dark brown sugar 1/2 cup evaporated milk 1/4 tsp. baking soda 1 Tbsp. light corn syrup 4 cups powdered sugar


Melt butter in a 3-qt. heavy saucepan over medium heat. Add brown sugar; bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Stir in evaporated milk, baking soda, and corn syrup; bring to a boil. Remove from heat, and let cool completely (about 1 hour.) Transfer to a bowl.


Gradually add powdered sugar to caramel mixture, beating at medium speed with an electric mixer until blended. Beat at high speed 2 minutes or until creamy. Use immediately. Makes 3 cups.


Frost each cupcake with Old-Fashioned Caramel Frosting. 4 April 2014 VVEC Power Circuit


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