Energy Efficiency Resources

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Mass Save program has suspended on-premise vendor activities for the foreseeable future. While in-person activities such as in-home energy assessments are on hold, we encourage all interested to take online home energy assessments to identify opportunities now and be prepared for when conditions improve and energy efficiency programs resume. You can complete an online home energy assessment by visiting here or by clicking the link below.  

TAKE AN ONLINE HOME ENERGY ASSESSMENT

Looking for ways to reduce your energy use, cut utility costs, and improve the comfort of your home? The first step is to take an Online Home Energy Assessment with Mass Save. An online energy assessment can help you set up a customized energy profile, get an estimate of potential energy savings and an action plan to implement them, as well as determine if your home is a good candidate for an in-home energy assessment. 

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SAVE ENERGY, IMPROVE COMFORT, AND REDUCE COSTS

Whether you have already completed an Online Home Energy Assessment or are interested in scheduling an in-person no-cost, no obligation energy assessment for your home or business, there are a variety of opportunities to improve the comfort and energy efficiency of your home.

To learn about current Mass Save programs and offerings, select whether you are a renter, homeowner, landlord, or if you represent a business.

Mass Save offerings are listed below.

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

ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF A MULTIFAMILY facility WITH 4 OR LESS UNITS?

The first step is to take an Online Home Energy Assessment. This will help you to identify if your home is a good candidate for a no-cost, no-obligation, in-person Home Energy Assessment  that will further help you determine if are eligible for offers such as:

  • 75% or more off insulation improvements
  • No-cost efficient light bulbs, faucet aerators and showerheads
  • Savings of up to $2,750 on high efficiency heating equipment
  • No-cost targeted air sealing
  • No-cost recycling of a fridge or freezer, plus a $75 reward
  • 0% financing through the Mass Save HEAT Loan Program

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

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

ARE YOU A RESIDENT OF A MULTIFAMILY facility WITH 5 OR more UNITS?

Refer your building owner or property manager to the Multi-Family Program or have them call 800-594-7277 to learn about getting a no-cost Mass Save Multi-Family Energy Assessment.

OTHER RESOURCES

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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!


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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.

WINTER HOME HEATING   

Winter Home Heating Resources: A comprehensive list of services available to help residents with heat/energy assistance including helpful links to SMOC, Weatherization Assistance Program, Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund, and more.

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DOER Barrier Mitigation Grant: Income qualified customers may be eligible to receive a grant from the Department of Energy Resources to remove certain barriers that prevent Mass Save weatherization and heating upgrades.  

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Whole-Home Air Source Heat Pump Pilot: This pilot program from the Mass Clean Energy Center provides incentives to residents for the implementation of air source heat pump systems that serve as the sole source of home heating. 


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MOR-EV: The Massachusetts Offers Rebate for Electric Vehicles Program provides up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of new electric vehicles and up to $1,500 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.