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HeatSmart Mass Residential: How Do I Apply?
How Do I Apply?
MassCEC and DOER are currently accepting community proposals for the HeatSmart Mass program, with a goal of selecting up to 4 communities or groups of communities. Each community will select one or more of the clean heating and cooling technologies to promote as part of HeatSmart Mass.
Interested communities should review the community request for proposals, and submit a completed application to HeatSmartMass@MassCEC.com. Communities with a clear and comprehensive outreach plan, a committed volunteer team, an engaged municipality and residents interested in participating are encouraged to submit proposals.
Please submit all questions to the HeatSmart Massachusetts Team, at HeatSmartMass@masscec.com no later than 11:59PM on August 30, 2017. “HeatSmart Massachusetts Pilot RFP – Community Question” must appear in the email subject line. Responses to submitted questions, and other frequently asked questions, will be posted by September 6, 2017 at 5:00PM on MassCEC’s website.
MassCEC hosted a webinar to provide an overview of each of the technologies and answer questions on August 7, 2017 from 3:30 to 5:00PM. A recording of the webinar will subsequently be posted on this webpage. View the webinar or the slides.
Responses to this RFP must be received by MassCEC no later than 11:59pm on September 15, 2017. Only complete, timely responses will be considered. Responses to this RFP must be submitted electronically to HeatSmartMass@MassCEC.com. “HeatSmart Massachusetts Pilot RFP –Community Proposal” must appear in the email subject line.
The Installer RFP will be posted after the pilot Communities are selected. Installers interested in applying to participate in the HeatSmart Mass program should review RFP for details once it becomes available and visit the Installer Resources Page