The switch starts here. Switch it up to clean energy and save money for your business. 

There are some easy steps you can take to save energy and cut costs at your business. From adjusting your thermostat down a few degrees to applying for grants and rebates on energy saving technologies, Massachusetts business owners have a lot of choices.

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) provides a suite of options for business owners looking to incorporate clean energy technologies at their facilities, but MassCEC isn’t the only resource.  Our partners such as Mass Save, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources and federal U.S. agencies also offer programs to help you adopt clean energy solutions at your business.

More Options: 

Business Energy Investment Tax Credit

The Department of Energy provides an overview of the Business Energy Investment Tax Credit, which offers incentives for businesses that invest in renewable energy projects. Businesses that invest in solar, fuel cell or small wind projects are eligible for a 30 percent corporate tax credit.

Business Energy Saving Facts

Eversource offers tools, tips and suggestions to help businesses conserve energy, save money and improve comfort and safety for employees.

Heating & Cooling Savings Resources

The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs provides a one-stop resource with information on how to lower the cost of your business's heating and cooling bill.

Mass Save

Mass Save offers a one-stop energy efficiency resource for home owners, landlords and renters across Massachusetts who want to reduce their energy use and utility bills. Get expert guidance and financial incentives.

Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)

DSIRE is a comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Find in formation specific to Massachusetts or other states.