Energy Efficiency Programs, Rebates, & Incentives


Whether you represent a small business or are looking to plan energy saving projects for your home, you can utilize Eversource’s Energy Savings Plan tool to learn more about your energy use and costs and get an approximation of how much you could save from completing energy conservation measures, such as installing a new condensing unit heater or faucet aerators.

When incorporating Mass Save rebates and other incentive programs, you may be able to implement energy conservation measures at a significantly reduced cost. Getting an energy assessment can assist in learning about implementable energy conservation measures.


Did you know that there is a small fee included in your electric/gas utility bill that goes towards the funding of energy efficiency measures, programs, services, incentives, and rebates through Mass Save?

If you are looking for an easy way to save money on your utility bills and reduce your energy use, take advantage of your investment! Existing offers include:

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  1. Renter
  2. Homeowner
  3. Landlord
  4. Business

Reduce your energy bills with a no-cost Home Energy Assessment! Renters living in one- to four-unit buildings are eligible to receive a Home Energy Assessment.

In addition to receiving an energy report detailing potential energy improvement projects for your home and applicable rebates and incentives, energy-saving products can be installed at no cost to you during this assessment such as:

  • ENERGY STAR LED Light Bulbs
  • Advanced Power Strips
  • Low-flow Showerheads
  • Faucet Aerators
  • Programmable Thermostats or Discounted Wireless Thermostats

To learn more about this program or schedule a Home Energy Assessment, visit Mass Save for more details and contact Mass Save at 1-866-527-SAVE (7283).

You may be eligible for enhanced incentives for insulation work or financing for eligible energy projects through 0% HEAT Loan Financing.

Income eligible residents may also qualify for enhanced incentives and offers through Mass Save.

Other Rebates and Incentives

  • Energy CENTS: If there’s a rebate or incentive available for an energy conservation measure or renewable energy project, there’s a good chance that the Department of Energy Resources’ energy CENTS tool has it listed! The comprehensive database of incentives and rebates for residents and businesses can be easily filtered to show you the most relevant offers that are available.
  • DSIRE: The Database of State Incentives for Renewable & Efficiency (DSIRE) also provides a variety of information on policies, incentives, and programs within the state for energy efficiency.
  • GasNetworks: GasNetworks is a program that provides residential and commercial rebates for high efficiency heating, water heating, and kitchen equipment. Mass Save commonly incorporates programs like GasNetworks as part of its rebate application process. 

Apply for Energy Assistance

A comprehensive list of services available to help residents with heat/energy assistance.