Disclaimer: For its EmPOWER Maryland energy efficiency programs, Washington Gas has only been approved to offer rebates for the purchase and installation of new gas equipment through the end of 2024. Washington Gas will provide an update on the status of 2025 gas equipment rebates at a later date.

Save up to $90 on an ENERGY STAR® Certified Dryer

Clothes dryers use more energy than any other appliance in the average home. Set yourself up for long-term savings with an ENERGY STAR certified natural gas clothes dryer. They use around 20% less energy than conventional models and can save you up to $215 in energy costs over their lifetime.*

Rebates on Energy-Saving Clothes Dryers

Eligible EquipmentEfficiency RequirementRebate
Natural Gas Clothes DryerENERGY STAR Certified$90


The Benefits of ENERGY STAR Certified Clothes Dryers 

Gas dryers that earn the ENERGY STAR label are independently certified to save energy, save money and protect the environment. If all dryers sold in the United States were ENERGY STAR certified, more than 22 billion pounds of carbon pollution could be prevented—equivalent to the emissions from 2 million vehicles annually.* According to ENERGY STAR, These gas dryers have:

  • Sensor drying, which reduces energy use by automatically shutting the unit off when clothes are dry
  • Features that use less heat to prevent overdrying—saving energy while reducing unnecessary wear and tear on clothes
  • A steam cycle that can prevent wrinkles and help save time spent on ironing
  • Longer drying cycles on a low heat setting to use less energy

Let’s Get Started


Find a participating contractor in our Home Energy Savings Network or purchase your dryer at an approved retailer.


Have your participating contractor install your qualifying ENERGY STAR certified natural gas dryer.


Your contractor will submit a rebate application for you. You’ll get your rebate on the contractor invoice or a check in the mail within six to eight weeks.

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Energy Assistance

If you’ve fallen behind on your energy bills, we may be able to help. We offer energy assistance to help residential income-qualified customers manage their bill.

*Source: energystar.gov