The switch starts here. Make the switch to clean energy and save money. 

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

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) provides a suite of options for homeowners including rebate programs for solar electricity or for the replacement wood-burning heating units. However, MassCEC isn’t the only resource available.  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 in your home.

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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 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.


MOR-EV is a program that issues rebates to Massachusetts residents who purchase or lease an electric vehicle.

Residential Tax Credits

The Department of Energy provides an overview of the Residential Renewable Energy Credit, where homeowners can receive a tax rebate for using renewables to power their homes.

A Massachusetts Homeowner’s Guide to Solar

Massachusetts homeowners seeking guidance to make informed decisions about financing solar can refer to this helpful guidebook,  provided by the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA).

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.

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