MassCEC will continue accepting applications to the Whole-Home Air-Source Heat Pump Pilot Program until June 25, 2021 or until all funding is committed
Make the switch to clean energy, save money, and reduce your home's greenhouse gas emissions.
Create the optimal clean energy home, including weatherization, heating and cooling, electricity, vehicles, and appliances.
A number of technologies can help Massachusetts homeowners save money on their heating and cooling bills while protecting the environment and maintaining a high level of comfort.
HeatSmart Mass is a community-based education, outreach and group buying program that allows residents to band together to save money on clean heating and cooling technologies.
Solar electricity can save Massachusetts residents money on their energy bills through reduced electric costs.
Solarize Mass is a community-based education, outreach and group buying program that allows residents to band together to save money on solar electric systems and other clean energy technologies.
Any Massachusetts resident with a non-EPA certified woodstove can save money and improve home air quality with a cleaner, more efficient woodstove model.
Use the energyCents database to find all rebates (state and federal) offered in Massachusetts. You can find rebates, loans and financing for electric vehicles, appliances, home energy assessments, solar electricity and far more and then go directly to the sponsor’s website.
Mass Save offers a one-stop energy efficiency resource for home owners, landlords and renters served by Berkshire Gas, Blackstone Gas, Cape Light Compact, Columbia Gas, Eversource, Liberty Utilities, National Grid and Unitil who want to reduce their energy use and utility bills. Get expert guidance and financial incentives.
MOR-EV is a program that issues rebates to Massachusetts residents who purchase or lease an electric vehicle.
Thinking about installing a Solar Photovoltaic System on your home or at your property? Refer to MassCEC’s Residential Guide to Solar Electricity
DSIRE is a comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Find information specific to Massachusetts or other states.
ENERGY STAR® is the government-backed symbol for energy efficiency providing simple, credible, and unbiased information about appliances and home products that consumers rely on to make well-informed decisions.
Induction ranges have made the leap from chef’s kitchens into homes recently. This flameless, time-saving technology is fossil fuel-free and enables precise heat control.
DSIRE explains the Residential Renewable Energy Credit, which provides homeowners a Federal Tax credit for using renewables to power their homes.