Clothes Washers

Save with every load when you purchase a qualified new ENERGY STAR® certified clothes washer – and get up to a $400 rebate.

Efficient clothes washers use about 25 percent less energy and 40 percent less water than non-certified clothes washers. They automatically adjust wash cycles for load size and water temperature, while reducing wear and tear on your clothes. These are just some of the features that can help you save energy and money with every load.

 
If it’s time to replace your old, inefficient clothes washer with a qualified ENERGY STAR model, you may be eligible for a rebate up to $400 from Mass Save®:
Customer Rebate Amount
Renter $400
Homeowner who meets income guidelines $400
Homeowner who does not meet income guidelines $350


The new ENERGY STAR certified clothes washer you purchase must be front loading with an Integrated Modified Energy Factor (IMEF) of 2.38 or higher and an Integrated Water Factor (IWF) of 3.7 or lower.

 
For more information about ENERGY STAR certified clothes washers and a list of certified models (including the required IMEF and IWF):
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Follow These Steps to Apply for Your Rebate:

  • 1 Step 1

    A special home visit is required to confirm the inefficiency of your existing clothes washer. Existing clothes washers must be top-loading with agitators to qualify. Call 1-866-527-SAVE (7283)  and schedule a Mass Save no-cost Home Energy Assessment.

  • 2 Step 2

    Purchase an ENERGY STAR certified clothes washer.


Submit your rebate online

 If you prefer to apply via mail, please complete the rebate form provided during your special home visit.

 

Already Submitted Your Rebate Application?


Eligibility

  • This offer is only open to Massachusetts residential electric customers of Cape Light Compact JPE, Eversource, National Grid, or Unitil.
  • The rebate is good for purchases made from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017.
  • The rebate application and all necessary materials must be postmarked or submitted online by January 31, 2018.