Installer Resources - HeatSmart Mass

As part of the HeatSmart Massachusetts program, MassCEC will issue installer request for proposals (RFPs) to the clean heating and cooling industry once communities have been selected. Once an installer RFP is available, MassCEC will post it to this webpage. Interested installers can sign up for clean heating and cooling program email updates to be notified for when new requests are released.

All resulting clean heating and cooling projects contracted by Installers that are selected to participate in a community HeatSmart Mass program will be required to have meet MassCEC’s rebate program requirements for the relevant clean heating and cooling technology, linked below.

Code of Conduct

All installers who participate in the HeatSmart Mass program are bound by MassCEC's Code of Conduct.

 

Quality Assurance Process for MassCEC Programs

All installers who participate in the HeatSmart Mass program may be selected for inspection.

 

Active Request for Proposals

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) are seeking proposals from installers of clean heating and cooling technologies who are interested in participating in the HeatSmart Mass pilot with expertise in some or all of the following residential technologies: air-source heat pumps, ground-source heat pumps, central biomass heating, and solar hot water.  Please visit the solicitation website here.

 

Active HeatSmart Communities:

Bolton and Harvard

Carlisle, Concord, Lincoln

Great Barrington

Nantucket