Clothes Dryers

Purchase an ENERGY STAR® certified clothes dryer—and get a $50-$200 rebate.
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Conserve energy and save money when you upgrade to an ENERGY STAR® certified electric clothes dryer.

High-efficiency ENERGY STAR® certified clothes dryers deliver superior efficiency and performance by incorporating advanced features—using 20 percent less energy than standard models.

Smart controls prevent overdrying of clothes without leaving them damp.

You can save even more by purchasing an ENERGY STAR certified dryer that utilizes heat pump technology. These dryers use a heat pump that transfers heat from the air where the unit is located into the drum instead of using an electric resistance coil to generate it. These dryers use 40% less energy than standard models saving customers $430 a year.

  1. Confirm Eligibility
    View the Eligibility Tab to confirm the eligibility requirements.
  2. Purchase Eligible Equipment
    Purchase an ENERGY STAR® certified clothes dryer. To receive the $200 rebate, the equipment must be listed as having a heat pump.
  3. Submit Rebate Form with Required Documentation
    Submit Standard Dryer Rebate Online
    Submit Heat Pump Dryer Rebate Online
    Print & Mail Standard Dryer Form
    Print & Mail Heat Pump Dryer Form
  • This offer is only open to Massachusetts residential electric customers of Cape Light Compact JPE, Eversource, National Grid, or Unitil
  • Limited to one clothes dryer rebate per account, per calendar year
  • The rebate is good for purchases made from January 1, 2024, through December 31, 2024
  • Applications for 2024 rebates and all necessary materials must be postmarked or submitted online by January 31, 2025
Dryer Rebates
Rebate Type Rebate Amount
ENERGY STAR Heat Pump Dryer* $200

*Must be listed as a heat pump dryer on the ENERGY STAR List

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Start your home energy efficiency journey with a no-cost virtual or in-person home energy assessment. An Energy Specialist will seek out inefficiencies, recommend upgrades, and help you access available rebates and incentives.