Energy efficiency is the most effective way to reduce the cost of energy in your home or business and at the same time reduce your environmental footprint. There are many ways to reduce energy costs and keep track of the energy you are using.
Call 866-527-SAVE (7283) for:
- Your No-Cost Home Energy Assessment – http://www.masssave.com/en/residential/home-energy-assessments/how-to-participate/homeowners-1-to-4-units
- What does a Home Energy Assessment include?
- A custom home energy report outlining recommended energy efficiency improvements
- No-cost ENERGY STAR® LED light bulbs
- No-cost faucet aerators
- No-cost low-flow showerheads
- No-cost advanced power strips
- No-cost 7-day programmable thermostats or discounted wireless thermostats
- Access to additional Mass Save offers, rebates, and incentives
Based on your assessment, you may be eligible for:
- 75% up to $2,000 toward the installation of approved insulation improvements
- No-cost targeted air sealing of leaks in your home’s outer walls, windows, and doors
- Generous rebates on qualifying energy-efficient heating, cooling, and water heating equipment
- The opportunity to apply for 0% financing for eligible upgrades through the HEAT Loan Program
Income-Eligible Programs – http://www.masssave.com/en/residential/home-energy-assessments/income-eligible-programs/income-eligible-programs
If you are an income-eligible resident of Massachusetts, there are a number of programs that can help you manage your energy costs. Your local utilities and energy efficiency providers have joined with the Massachusetts Association for Community Action (MASSCAP) and Low-Income Energy Affordability Network (LEAN) to promote these programs to qualifying households.