MassCEC will not be offering funding for 2021 HeatSmart campaigns
If you have an interest in running a HeatSmart-style campaign in the upcoming year, please review the resources in the Solarize-HeatSmart Toolkit and stay tuned for more materials to be posted in the coming months. Additionally, if you would like to speak with MassCEC for guidance please reach out to email@example.com, and we can set up a time to speak with you!
Communities with a higher prevalence of high cost heating fuels are great candidates for HeatSmart-style program! Households with high cost heating fuels (oil, electric resistance, and propane) will see the highest cost savings for switching to clean heating and cooling. Review this map to see the number of households in your community that heat with high cost heating fuels.
Individuals interested in participating in the program must own property located in a community that is running an active HeatSmart Mass program. To see a map of communities that have participated or are participating, click here.
2020 HeatSmart Mass Program
The following communities are participating in the 2020 round:
2019 HeatSmart Mass Completed Programs & Earlier Rounds
Several communities who participated in the 2019 HeatSmart Mass Program have now completed their campaigns.
For final results for all communities: see HeatSmart Mass Program Results page for final information on all campaigns.
For contact information:
For individual community contact information, email firstname.lastname@example.org