The Program Administrators offer incentives for a variety of lighting control technologies, including occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting, and addressable systems. Incentives are available for more than two dozen types of lighting products. Including:
- Remote Mounted Occupancy Sensors
- Daylight Dimming Systems (DDS-FL)
- Occupancy Controlled Step-Dimming Systems
- Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensors
- Wall Mounted Vacancy Occupancy Sensors
- Photocell Sensors (lighting systems on 24/7)
- High Bay Fluorescent (HIF) Occupancy Control Systems
This incentive is available to businesses in Massachusetts that are electric customers of these Program Administrators:
- Cape Light Compact
- National Grid
- Western Massachusetts Electric
Due to changes in the state energy code, some occupancy sensor and other lighting control installations may not be eligible for new construction or major renovation incentives. Lighting control installations required by the State Energy Code are not eligible for incentives.
Projects requesting incentive consideration for lighting controls must document that the Massachusetts Energy Code is achieved and that the installation of the additional lighting controls requested in this application is above the code requirement. Please note that only one incentive control strategy will be approved per fixture/area.
If equipment has received an incentive through a residential offering, it is not eligible for commercial incentives.
As an alternative, contact your Program Administrator to learn more about our Performance Lighting incentive which pays up to 1.20 per watt saved above the state energy code. Custom incentives may also apply.
Download the New Construction Lighting Systems and Controls Application Form for complete eligibility details, terms, and conditions or contact your Program Administrator for more information.
Contact your Program Administrator before purchasing and installing any equipment or for more information.
Not sure who your Program Administrator is? The Program Administrator tool (on the right above) provides contact information for your service area.