The Imperial Irrigation District announces that, through December 31, IID customers can receive double rebates on the purchase of qualifying energy-efficient products. Double rebates are available to IID residential and commercial customers on certain refrigerators, dual-pane windows, room air conditioners, programmable thermostats and more. “IID is excited about the opportunity to offer double rebates,” said Sabrina Barber, Energy Department assistant manager. “We hope the extra incentive will encourage customers to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes and businesses and bring awareness to the year-round Energy Rewards Program.” The rewards program, funded by the Public Benefits Charge, is offered to all IID customers. Qualifying products for residential customers can include ENERGY STAR® refrigerators, dual-pane windows and room air conditioners, as well as variable speed pool pumps, HVAC unitary, AC, and split systems and air-to-air heat pumps. For commercial customers, qualifying products include ENERGY STAR® programmable thermostats, unitary AC and split systems and air-to-air heat pumps, lighting and energy-efficient motors. For a complete list of qualifying products, rebate values and application forms, please visit the residential rebates and commercial rebates pages on http://www.iid.com/, or contact your nearest IID Customer Service Center or IID Rebate Processing Center at 1-877-811-8700. This limited time offer ends on December 31, 2010. Additionally, customers should be aware that the California Energy Commission is offering a similar program for residential customers through its Cash for Appliances Program. Certain products may qualify for both the IID Double Rebates promotion and the Cash for Appliances Program. Together, this could result in triple rebates. To learn more about the state program, please visit http://www.cash4appliances.ca.gov/. About IID: The third largest public power provider in California, IID reliably serves energy to approximately 146,000 customers in Imperial County and parts of Riverside and San Diego counties. Controlling more than 1,000 megawatts of energy, IID’s diverse portfolio includes hydro, nuclear, natural gas, coal, solar and biomass resources.