Wood Stoves

The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Air Quality Planning, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, and the Washoe County Health District’s Air Quality Management Division, in association with the University of Nevada, Reno | Business Environmental Program to offer financial incentives to help homeowners in Northern Nevada replace old, dirty wood stoves with new, more efficient, cleaner-burning stoves.  Instant rebate for the purchase of EPA-certified wood, pellet, or gas stoves are available through participating retailers in Washoe County, Carson City, and Douglas County.  Funding is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Please feel free to contact John Handzo of the Business Environmental Program with any questions or concerns; (775) 834-3674, Jhandzo@unr.edu, Fax (775) 834-3689.


Wood and Pellet Stove Tax Credit to be Extended through Dec. 31, 2014

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Updated on December 16, 2014 – Extension of the $300 federal tax credit to purchase a new wood or pellet stove was approved by the Senate tonight and had been approved by the House last week. President Obama is expected to sign it shortly.

The legislation extends a host of tax provision through Dec. 31 2014, making it almost entirely a retroactive tax credit.

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