MassCEC is no longer accepting applications for the Ground-Source Heat Pump sytstems.
This page provides resources for GSHP installers and designers about the completion process for residential and commercial grants.
A residential GSHP project is installed at a residential facility.
A commercial-scale GSHP project is installed at a private, public, or non-profit facility.
Residential Installer Resources
Sample Residential Application Materials
Commercial-Scale Installer Resources for Grantees (closed to new applicants)
Code of Conduct
All installers who participate in MassCEC's rebate programs are bound by MassCEC's Code of Conduct.
MassCEC’s program requirements are intended to ensure high-quality project designs and installations. We recommend double-checking the following to make sure the system meets program requirements and to minimize the delays associated with these common application errors:
You have included all documents on the application checklist.
You have recorded nameplate heating capacity, COP and EER correctly from the AHRI certificate, and the certificate is for the correct heat pump model.
This is the most common application error.
Peak heat load on the application matches the Manual J software output and is for an appropriate design city.
AHRI-rated heating capacity is between 90 percent and 120 percent of peak load.
Bore grouting has a grout conductivity equal to or greater than anticipated earth conductivity of the drill site, up to 1 BTU/hr-ft-°F.
Bore hole depth is at least 150-feet-per-heating ton.
Horizontal-loop system design drawings are accurate.
Feel free to email us at GSHP@masscec.com or call 617-315-9300. Please note that review and processing time for submitted completion documents is typically 2 to 4 weeks.