Battery-Powered Lawn Equipment
Reduce your home’s carbon footprint by swapping out your gas-powered lawn equipment with battery-powered equipment and get a $30-75 rebate! Once you have made your purchase from a retailer you can submit your receipt and rebate form through the mail or online at the link below.
|RESIDENTIAL BATTERY POWERED LAWN EQUIPMENT REBATES|
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|Equipment must be battery-powered. Ride-on or tractor lawnmowers are not eligible. Full eligibility details below.|
Why go electric?
Electric mowers and lawn equipment can be 20 decibels quieter than their gas counterparts. That is the difference between a washing machine and a motorcycle.
With gas equipment you have to replace parts annually including spark plugs, oil and air filters. That's not the case with electric equipment.
Easier to maneuver
Electric lawn equipment is lighter than their gas-powered siblings. That means they're easier to handle and maneuver. Some models can be more easily stored and hung up out of the way due to the lighter weight.
Cleaner for the environment
The Environmental Protection Agency states that gas lawn mowers contribute the lion's share of nonroad-related air pollution generated nationwide. The Electric Power Research Institute notes if we replaced half the gas-powered lawn mowers with electric ones, it would reduce the same amount of emissions as removing two million vehicles from the road.
Follow These Steps to Apply for Your Rebate:
Check your eligibility below.
Purchase a battery-powered lawn mower, chainsaw, string trimmer, and/or leafblower.
Submit your rebate form and receipt by mail or online.
Already Submitted Your Rebate Application?
- This offer is only open to Massachusetts residential electric customers where the Mass Save program is offered by Cape Light Compact, Eversource, National Grid, or Unitil.
- Limit one rebate per account, per equipment type, per calendar year.
- The rebate is good for purchases made from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022.
- Applications for 2022 rebates and all necessary materials must be postmarked or submitted online by January 31, 2023.