Electric Heating and Cooling Equipment

Lower your electric bills and make your home more comfortable, year round.

Air Source Heat Pumps and Central Air Conditioning

Air source heat pumps are used for different reasons, from heating and cooling a whole house to an individual room. Using air source heat pumps in the winter to complement your existing heating system can reduce your overall heating costs. The Sponsors of Mass Save train participating contractors on proper installation, such as duct sealing, airflow measurements, and appropriate sizing for your living space, to ensure equipment operates efficiently.

Integrated Controls

Effectively using Air Source Heat Pumps with your existing heating system can reduce heating costs for customers who heat their homes with oil or propane. By installing an Integrated Control, the system can automatically switch from heating with your Air Source Heat Pump to your conventional system based on preselected outdoor temperatures. This allows for maximum comfort and cost savings throughout the winter months.

 

 

Air Source Heat Pump and Central Air Conditioning Rebate Amounts
FUEL TYPE
EQUIPMENT TYPE
DELIVERY METHOD
REQUIREMENT
REBATE AMOUNT
Existing fuel type Air Conditioning Ducted SEER 16, EER 13 $50 per ton
Existing fuel type Air Source Heat Pump Ducted or Mixed Ducted SEER  15, HSPF ≥ 9 $350per ton
Displacing Oil or Propane  Air Source Heat Pump  Ducted or Mixed Ducted SEER  15, HSPF ≥ 9; must have Integrated Controls $1,000 per ton
Existing fuel type Air Source Heat Pump Non-Ducted NEEP Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump Product List $150 per ton
Electric Heat Air Source Heat Pump  Non-Ducted NEEP Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump Product List
900 kWh/month difference between 3 winder and 3 lowest-usage months
$1,000 per ton
Displacing Oil or Propane Air Source Heat Pump  Non-Ducted

NEEP Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump Product List

must have Integrated Controls

$1,600 per ton
Displacing Oil or Propane   Non-Ducted Added to existing air-source heat pump equipment. Refer to qualified products list. $500 per zone, up to $1,500

 

Submit your rebate online

Print rebate form to submit by mail

 
What You Should Know
  • Air source heat pumps can be installed by any MA-licensed HVAC contractor.
  • As with any home improvement, it is good practice to obtain quotes from multiple contractors.
  •  Integrated Controls must be selected from the Integrated Controls Qualified Products List to be eligible for rebate. Non-ducted Air Source Heat pumps must be selected from the NEEP Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump Product List to be eligible for rebate.
  • Typical objectives of installing a heat pump can include:
    • Reducing the amount of heat supplied by oil, propane or electric resistance
    • Heating and cooling the whole house
    • Heating and cooling an individual room
  • Regardless of your objective, be clear about understanding what size unit is right for your space, and how your mini-split heat pump will perform in freezing temperatures.

How the Electric Heating & Cooling Rebate Program Works:

  • 1

    Contact your HVAC contractor* to determine which equipment is right for your home.

  • 2

    Have your contractor review the Air Source Heat Pump/Central AC Rebate Application with you.

  • 3

    When the work is completed by a licensed contractor, fill out and submit the applicable rebate form along with a dated receipt and contractor invoice showing the make, model and date of installation. To submit online, go to MassSave.com/Rebates.

*The Sponsors of Mass Save trains participating contractors in the installation procedures such as proper duct sealing, airflow measurements, and appropriate sizing for your living space to ensure equipment operates efficiently.

 

Interested in Financing Your New Equipment?

The Sponsors of Mass Save are buying down interest rates to make energy efficiency more affordable for Massachusetts residents. With our HEAT Loan, you could qualify for a loan of up to $25,000 toward qualified energy efficient home improvements with terms up to seven years, depending on your Sponsor and the loan provider. Central air conditioners and heat pumps must be installed by an AC Check trained contractor in order to be eligible for HEAT loan financing.

To get started, call us at 866-527-7283 to schedule a Home Energy Assessment. A Mass Save representative will review the results of the assessment, let you know which improvements would be eligible for HEAT Loan financing, and give you all the paperwork you need.


Eligibility

  • Must be a Massachusetts residential electric customer of Cape Light Compact, Eversource, National Grid, or Unitil.
  • Equipment purchases and installations made between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019 are eligible
  • Equipment must be installed by a licensed heating contractor or plumber.
  • Municipal electric customers are not eligible.
  • Equipment installation may be subject to a verification inspection.
  • Electric heating and cooling equipment may be available at no cost through the Income Eligible Program.  Find out more and see if you qualify.

For more information about program details and the rebates offered on qualified equipment, call 1-800-232-0672 or email MassSaveRebates@efi.org

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