2013 North Carolina’s Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday

October 10, 2013

The North Carolina’s Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday is happening on Nov 1 – 3 2013.


Only Energy Star qualified product used in a non-commercial fashion when the retailer accepts the order and takes an action to fill the order for immediate delivery. The delivery can occur after the holiday period.

A “Energy Star qualified product” as a product that meets the energy efficient guidelines set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Department of Energy and is authorized to carry the Energy Star label.
Sales of the following items are exempt from sales or use tax during the Energy Star qualified
product sales and use tax holiday period unless the items are rented during the period or sold for
use in a trade or business:

1. Clothes washers;
2. Freezers and refrigerators;
3. Central air conditioners and room air conditioners;
4. Air-source heat pumps and geothermal heat pumps (Effective June 27, 2011, geothermal heat pumps are deleted);
5. Ceiling fans;
6. Dehumidifiers; and
7. Programmable thermostats.


Please visit the North Carolina Department of Revenue for complete details.

Category: North Carolina

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