Installer and Aggregator Resources

This page prodvides resources and information for clean energy installers interested in participating in MassCEC programs. All installers who participate in MassCEC's rebate programs are bound by MassCEC's Code of Conduct


Production Tracking System -  The Production Tracking System provides renewable energy system owners a convenient method for tracking the production of their renewable energy systems as they earn Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), while also providing industry and public stakeholders with performance data of renewable energy systems installed in the Commonwealth.


Air-Source Heat Pumps - MassCEC provides rebates for the installation of qualifying cold-climate air-source heat pumps (ASHPs) in homes, businesses and governmental and non-profit buildings across the Commonwealth. Read more...


Biomass Heating - MassCEC provides rebates for the installation of qualifying biomass heating systems in homes, businesses and governmental and non-profit buildings across the Commonwealth. Read more...


Ground-Source Heat Pumps - MassCEC provides rebates for the installation of qualifiying ground-source heat pump systems in homes, businesses and governmental and non-profit buildings across the Commonwealth. Read more...


Solar Hot Water - The Solar Hot Water Program provides rebates for the installation of solar hot water (SHW) systems at residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and public facilities. This page is intended to provide guidance to SHW installers on the process of applying for either a residential, small-scale, or a commercial-scale rebate. Read more...


Solarize Mass - Solarize Mass seeks to increase the adoption of small-scale solar electricity in participating communities through a competitive solicitation process that aggregates homeowner buying power to lower installation prices for participants. Installers can find information about communities looking to partner with installers on this page. Read more...