Legislators have supported delaying a scheme that will give rebates to consumers who buy energy-saving appliances, so that they can be given more choices. Under the scheme, residential households and developers buying such appliances, would be given rebates ranging from $20 for compact fluorescent lamps to $300 for a Grade 1 refrigerator. Grade 1 appliances are the most energy efficient on a one to three rating system. 'Consumers should be encouraged to buy the energy efficient appliances after more of them are labelled to provide more choice,' Liberal Party legislator Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee said at the economic services panel. It is estimated only 33 per cent of air-conditioners and 29 per cent of refrigerators have the labels.