Heat pumps can efficiently heat your home in the winter and double as a cooling system in the summer - while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Install ground source heat pumps as your primary source of heating and receive rebates up to $15,000 from the Sponsors of Mass Save®.
- 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 install heat pumps in a section of their home.
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
|Ground Source Heat Pump Rebates
||Enhanced Amount* (Income Qualified)
||Federal Tax Credit
||Refer to the ENERGY STAR Certified List**
||$15,000 per home
||$25,000 per home
||30% of purchase and installation costs ****
||$2,000 per ton***, up to $15,000
Enhanced residential rebates may apply, visit our income-based offers here.
If you are interested in installing a heat pump as part of a new construction or major renovation project, please visit Residential New Construction Program and Renovations and Additions Program to learn about how to participate in these programs.