- Whole-home rebates are available to customers who install heat pumps as the sole source of heating and cooling. See the Whole-Home Heat Pump Verification Form for details.
- Partial-home rebates are offered based on equipment size (tonnage) to customers who plan to keep an existing boiler or furnace in place to supplement a new heat pump system.
Ensuring a home has received sufficient weatherization is the best first step in any heating and cooling project. This is a requirement for whole-home rebates and may qualify customers pursuing partial-home rebates for an additional $500 bonus. To schedule an on-site or virtual Home Energy Assessment, call 1-866-527-SAVE (7283).
|Air Source Heat Pump Rebates
||Enhanced Amount* (Income Qualified)
|Air Source Heat Pumps
||Refer to the MassSave.com/HPQPL
||$10,000 per home
||$16,000 per home
||$1,250 per ton1, up to $10,000
*Cape Light Compact enhanced heat pump rebates differ from the amount listed. Customers are eligible for 80% of the installed cost of qualifying heat pump systems.
1. Tons are calculated based on AHRI cooling capacity divided by 12,000 BTUs. Rebate amount based on tons. ↩
To receive the enhanced incentive amounts shown, you will need to qualify using our online income verification tool. See if you meet the annual household income requirements and access the tool here. Cape Light Compact customers should contact 1-800-797-6699.
Air to Water Heat Pumps
Air to water heat pumps are designed to provide efficient space heating through hydronic distribution, such as existing baseboard, radiant floors, or hydronic radiators.