PartnersAdvanced skills. Better opportunities. Partnership, training, expertise, and incentives for building professionals.
Whether you're a contractor, manufacturer, distributor, entrepreneur, building/facility manager, architect, or developer... building professionals of all kinds can benefit from a partnership with Mass Save.
For Partners Serving Residential Customers
- Home Energy Services Participating Contractors
Find out how to apply to become a participating contractor to perform home energy assessments and/or insulation and air sealing.
- measureQuick Trained Contractors
The measureQuick Trained Contractors Program is a way for contractors to access training and receive incentives for properly installing, sizing, and testing high-efficiency heating and cooling systems.
- Distributors for ECM Circulator Pumps
Participating distributors are able to provide instant discounts to contractors on residential ECM Circulator Pumps.
- Home Energy Raters (HERs) for Residential New Construction
Participants work with approved, independent HERS Rating companies to enroll into the Program and verify that residential new construction and total gut renovation projects meet the Program’s energy efficiency requirements.
- Dealers for ENERGY STAR® Certified Pool Pumps
Special offers on ENERGY STAR certified pool pumps are available through participating dealers.
For Partners Serving Business Customers
- Business Partner Program - Part 1
This presentation covers the following topics: Introduction, Energy Optimization, Evaluation, HVAC, Weatherization, Electric Vehicles, Projects of the Year, Channel Partners Meeting and Air-Source Heat Pumps. As presented during the 2020 Business Partner Program meeting on February 25, 2020.
- Business Partner Program - Part 2
This presentation covers the following: Code Changes, Lighting, Water Heating, Networked Lighting Controls, and Business Transformation. As presented during the 2020 Business Partner Program meeting on February 25, 2020.
- Business Partner Program - Part 3
This presentation covers the following: Workforce Development, New Construction and Renovation, and Demand Response. As presented during the 2020 Business Partner Program meeting on February 25, 2020.
- Business Partner Program - Part 4
This presentation covers the following: Asset Optimization, Food Service, Marketing, Small Business, and Vendor Meeting and Awards. As presented during the 2020 Business Partner Program meeting on February 25, 2020.
- Mass Save All Partner Directory
As presented during the 2020 Business Partner Program meeting on February 25, 2020.
- Upstream HVAC Program
Participating distributors help provide access to high-efficiency HVAC equipment for business customers.
- Bright Opportunities Upstream Lighting Program
Participating lighting distributors receive incentives on LED lamps and select types of LED fixtures in commercial applications, enabling lower prices for customers.
Requests for Proposals
- Mass Save® Requests for Proposals (RFPs)
Review the open RFPs for Mass Save and Massachusetts' Program Administrators.
- Process for Managing Proposals
Get the info you need to submit a proposal.
Mass Save® Toolbox
Find resources for trainings, certifications, energy code changes, and more.
- Energy Code Initiative Details and FAQs
Get details and answers to FAQs about the energy code and Mass Save's Energy Code Technical Support Initiative.
- Energy Code Training and Events
Energy code compliance trainings and technical support are offered to Massachusetts code officials, design professionals, builders, subcontractors, suppliers of materials or equipment, and others.
- GasNetworks Trainings for Gas Heating Contractors
Access training, best practices, and networking opportunities enabling you to install and service high-efficiency gas heating equipment.
- Air-Source Heat Pump Installer Resources
The Sponsors of Mass Save have worked with Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) to offer easy and practical guides on sizing, selecting and installing ASHPs in cold climates.
- Helpful Links and Resources
Important information from Massachusetts' electric and natural gas program administrators, building science experts, and government resources.
Learn how to submit a proposal for new energy saving technologies or solutions.
- Assessing New Efficiency Technologies
Contribute your expert voice in the review of which technologies we evaluate for program consideration. Review the list of technologies that have made it through the first step in the MTAC process.
- FAQs on the Massachusetts Technology Assessment Committee (MTAC)
Get the answers to your questions on the MTAC process, timeline, and details.