Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bright Opportunities Lighting Program
Discounted pricing on energy-efficient lighting for contractors and commercial customers
Choose LED Lighting and Get Savings
The Massachusetts Sponsors of Mass Save have partnered with electrical distributors to offer contractors and commercial lighting customers discounted pricing on LED lamps and select types of LED fixtures for commercial applications.
Program incentives are provided directly to the distributor by the Sponsors: Cape Light Compact JPE, Eversource, National Grid, and Unitil. Eligible lamps can only be purchased through participating distributors. Please see below for the current incentive chart.
LED Lighting Product Types
LED lamps use up to 90 percent less energy and can last up to 15 times longer than traditional lamps.
- All screw base LED lamps must be listed on the ENERGY STAR® Certified Light Bulbs list to be eligible for incentives. Click here for the list.
- G24 pin base LED lamps must be listed on the Design Lights Consortium (DLC) site (Click here for the DLC qualified product list).
- GX23 pin base LED lamps must be listed on the Lighting Design Lab’s list to be eligible for incentives. Click here for the list.
LED Stairwell Fixtures and Sensors
Stairwell fixtures are typically on 24/7; applying an LED fixture and occupancy sensor can reduce energy use by up to 80 percent. Eligible stairwell fixtures must utilize occupancy sensors (internal only), be under 55 watts, and be listed on the Qualifying Fixture List. Click here to find stairwell fixtures on the Design Light Consortium's Qualifying Fixture List. No drum fixtures are allowed for these categories.
LED downlights use up to 90 percent less energy than traditional lamps. All LED downlights must be listed on the ENERGY STAR Certified Light Fixture list in order to qualify for incentives. Click here for the list.
Linear Replacement Lamps
Four foot and two foot T8 LED linear replacement lamps must be listed on the Design Lights Consortium (DLC) site (Click here for the DLC qualified product list) and meet the following criteria:
- Only T8 LEDs accepted
- TLEDs must have an integral driver and be FL ballast compatible
- TLEDs must require no rewiring
- 2015 Linear LED Policy Clarification
Eligible lamps or fixtures must fall under the program specific lighting categories, listed on the current incentive chart below. Products must also be on one of the qualified products lists (QPLs) to be considered.
The following types of fixtures and lamps are included:
|LED Lamp Type||Mass Save Incentive|
|Minimum Customer Contribution||$2.50|
|A-Line, 40 or 60 watt equivalent||$4.00|
|A-Line, 75 or 100 watt equivalent||$8.00|
|PAR16 or MR16, pin or GU10 Base type||$10.00|
|PAR30, BR30, R30||$20.00|
|PAR38 or BR40||$25.00|
|Decoratives (Globes, Candles, B-Shapes)||$5.00|
|TLED Linear Replacements: 4' & 2' (T8 replacement only)||$4.00|
|LED Downlight Kit, less than 25 watts||$20.00|
|4' LED Stairwell Fixture with internal occupancy sensors, 55 watts and under||$100.00|
|2' LED Stairwell Fixture with internal occupancy sensors, 55 watts and under||$75.00|
|2 x 2 LED Troffer Premium||$40.00|
|2 x 2 LED Troffer Standard||$35.00|
|2 x 4 LED Troffer Premium||$40.00|
|2 x 4 LED Troffer Standard||$35.00|
|1 x 4 LED Troffer Premium||$40.00|
|1 x 4 LED Troffer Standard||$35.00|
Key Program Requirements
A minimum customer contribution of $2.50 is required for any lamp or fixture sold through this Bright Opportunities Upstream Lighting Program. Only commercially metered locations in Massachusetts qualify for incentives. Equipment must be installed and operated within Massachusetts. To inquire about program eligibility, qualified products, or becoming an approved distributor, please reach out to the contact below.
Program Contact for Bright Opportunities Upstream Lighting
Click here for a list of participating distributors.