Verified 3rd Party Designee

The Sponsors of Mass Save® invite HVAC Contractors to become a Mass Save Verified 3rd Party Designee. This offer will allow your customers to assign rebate reimbursements directly to you, making you a Verified 3rd Party Designee (V3P Designee).


Benefits of becoming a 3rd Party Designee

This new designation will allow your company to offer rebates to your customers upfront. The rebate amount can be deducted from the cost of the project, providing an instant discount and convenience for your customers. Once the project is complete you will receive the rebate payment directly! In order to be eligible for this rebate reimbursement, the rebate amount must be presented as a line item in your proposal and final invoice.

Participation in the V3P initiative will ensure proper payment and accuracy is maintained in efforts to expedite the rebate reimbursement process, while improving both customer satisfaction and the contractor user experience.


How to Become a Participating Contractor:

Please note that all contractors participating in the Heat Pump Installer Network are V3P Designees.

  • 1 Have an authorized company representative gather the required documentation.

    This includes a W-9, HVAC or Electrical Contractor/Plumbing License, and Comprehensive General Liability Insurance.

  • 2 Register for the Mass Save secure document portal.

    Visit the Mass Save secure document portal where you will find instructions to submit documentation for participation for your company. Start by creating an account if your company doesn’t already have an account.

  • 3 Upload all required documentation through the secure document portal.

    Have an authorized representative of your company login to the secure document portal and upload the required documents.

  • 4 Provide an Instant Discount.

    Once the application is approved for your company, you will receive a “Company ID” that can be used when submitting a rebate!

Click here for detailed enrollment instructions or contact the Mass Save Heating & Cooling program team at [email protected].