Don’t leave money on the table – rebate applications due soon!

December 20, 2017

As 2017 winds down, the Sponsors of Mass Save hope you have made this past year an efficient one. If you made improvements to your home and chose energy efficient appliances and products, you put yourself in a position to enjoy lower bills and a more comfortable home. You’re also eligible to get some money back on your purchases in the form of Mass Save rebates.


Maybe 2017 was the year you decided to replace your heating system or cooling system (or your heating or cooling system decided for you that it needed to be replaced). If you chose energy efficient equipment, you chose lower bills, less maintenance, and more comfort. Don’t miss out on hundreds—or potentially thousands—available in Mass Save heating and cooling rebates.


Did a rough allergy season lead you to purchase a room air cleaner? If you picked out an ENERGY STAR® certified air cleaner, not only did you help relieve your allergy symptoms, but you used 40% less energy in the process. You can still claim a $40 rebate from Mass Save if you haven’t already.


Did you install a Wi-Fi thermostat? If so, you’re probably enjoying the convenience that comes with remote control of your home’s temperature from your smartphone or the ease of programming a schedule that keeps you comfortable while at home and saves energy when you’re away. You’re also eligible to put up to $100 back in your pocket with a rebate from your Sponsor of Mass Save.


Was it time for a new electric clothes dryer? If the one you bought is ENERGY STAR® certified, it uses 20% less energy without sacrificing features or performance – and may also be eligible for a $50 Mass Save rebate.


That’s just a few of the opportunities to earn some cash back. For a full list of Mass Save rebates, click here.


But don’t wait. Rebate applications for purchases made in 2017 are due by January 31, 2018. Make sure you fill out those forms completely and accurately to avoid any delays in processing. Don’t have any stamps? No problem! You can submit your rebates through our online portal!


Didn’t make any improvements in 2017? Don’t worry, 2018 is around the corner and new rebates on energy-saving appliances and products await.

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