Economics & Incentives
Residential project costs average $25,000, depending on the site and project type. However state, and federal incentives can reduce these upfront costs, making a automated wood heating system a sound investment.
Homeowners who install automated wood heating systems may qualify for the following incentives:
Businesses installing automated wood heating systems at their properties may qualify for the following incentives:
Next Steps for Installing an Automated Wood Heating System
Learn about Automated Wood Heat Technology.
Visit the Installer page, which lists automated wood heating installers and the communites they serve.
Review data from the now-concluded MassCEC automated wood heating rebate program, including pricing, equipment, installer and location that can be helpful in understanding what is being installed in your area. The data can be downloaded here.
If you are a business, government, or non-profit entity and want to learn more about successful commercial-scale automated wood heating projects in Massachusetts, then please visit the Massachusetts Forest Alliance website for an interactive map and downloadable case studies.