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
MassCEC offered rebates to homeowners who installed qualifying ground-source heat pumps (GSHP), which provide highly efficient electrical heating, cooling, and hot water. This program is part of MassCEC’s Clean Heating and Cooling program, which supports technologies that provide customer cost-savings and environmental benefits while maintaining a high level of comfort and reliability. Due to funding constraints, MassCEC is no longer accepting applications for the Residential Ground-Source Heat Pump projects.
Installers should visit the Installer Resources page.
Once your project has received an award letter from MassCEC, your installer can install your ground-source heat pump system. Once the system is installed, you can submit your project completion documents and MassCEC will send out the rebate check. Installers typically submit completion documents on the homeowner's behalf. With each project completion, MassCEC asks for:
- Project Completion Form
- Manufacturer start-up sheet
- Electric Bill (If new construction)
- Invoice (if retrofit project)
How do Ground-Source Heat Pump systems operate?
Please visit our Learn About Ground-Source Heat Pumps page to learn about how GSHP systems work.
How do I find an installer for a Ground-Source Heat Pump system?
Please visit our Ground-Source Heat Pump Installers page for a list of installers that have worked with MassCEC in the past.
I finished construction on my project, how do I receive payment for my award?
For grantees, once construction is complete, please submit your Completion Documents to GSHP@masscec.com. Detailed instructions can be found under "How Do I Submit Completion Documents?"
Are there other incentives available for GSHP systems?
To find out about other incentives available for GSHP systems, please visit our Learn About Ground-Source Heat Pumps page.
The Residential Ground-Source Heat Pump program is one in a suite of MassCEC’s Clean Heating and Cooling programs