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PNM offers up to $400 when upgrading air conditioning

(Albuquerque, NM) – As fall approaches and cooler temperatures begin, some retailers are offering end-of-season sales on air conditioning units in store and online. For those looking to take advantage of this lower pricing ahead of next summer, PNM reminds customers that they can also get up to $400 in rebates when they upgrade their air conditioning unit. These rebates are available to customers year-round and can still be used by customers that already upgraded earlier this year. 

“We understand the importance of having a quality cooling system in the home, especially here in New Mexico during the summer,” said Melissa Leymon, Manager of Customer Programs and Development at PNM. “With the sales right now that residents may be seeing on the units, along with this program, we are hoping that customers will be able to make the decision to upgrade their air conditioning. This will save customers energy, and even money in the long run, without feeling financially constricted.” 

There are two main ways to cool your home, evaporative cooling and refrigerated air conditioning. Both options include several technologies that qualify for a rebate.

Large Evaporative Units “AKA” Swamp Cooling:

Advanced evaporative cooling rebates are available for up to $300. All qualifying large evaporative units can be found here.

Large Refrigerated Air Conditioning Units:

Rebates up to $400 are available for the purchases and installation of a qualifying refrigerated air conditioning unit. To be eligible for a PNM rebate, the contractor installing your refrigerated air unit must be registered through the PNM cooling program. The list of registered cooling program contactors can be found here.

These rebates are not just for customers who are thinking about upgrading their systems right now. If a customer purchased a qualified unit after January 1, 2020, they are eligible until December 31, so it is not too late to take advantage of the program. 

For more information on these rebates, and other rebates that customers may be eligible for, visit PNM.com/coolrebate

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