Last year, Congress passed the "energy Policy Act of 2005." There are sections in there regarding various "rebate programs"/(tax credits ?) for energy effecient appliances, including "biomass" heating appliances. Biomass is defined in the act as "...any organic matter that is available on a renewable or recurring basis, including agricultural crops and trees, wood and wood wastes..." It also states that "Rebates provided under the program...shall be in an amount not to exceed the lesser of (A) 25 percent of the expenditure made by the consumer; or (B) $3000. Does this act mean that if you replace an older wood stove with a new energy efficient wood stove for heating your house, you will be entitled to the rebate? The Act states specifically it will include refrigerators, dish washers, windows, etc. But it did not specifically mention wood stoves. I'm thinking they are included. What do you think?