Residential Case StudiesResidents Like You Are Working with Mass Save® to Save Energy and Money
Learn more about how the Sponsors have helped residents across Massachusetts reduce their energy cost, improve their homes and take an active role in creating a more energy efficient future.
- A Foundation for Energy-Saving Success
A West Springfield homeowner leveraged incentives offered by Eversource to add insulation to their attic and make other energy saving upgrades to their home.
- A Housewarming Gift that Keeps on Giving
A Boston homeowner scheduled a no-cost Home Energy Assessment and took advantage of rebates and incentives offered by Eversource to make energy saving upgrades to their home.
- All-Electric Home
Located in the woods of Acton, MA, this net-zero single-family home features innovative construction materials and high-performance HVAC equipment and employs Passive House design principles.
- As Good As New
A Framingham homeowner decided to get a no-cost Home Energy Assessment to see how they could save money and energy and make their home more comfortable.
- Comfort and Savings at No Cost
Westhampton homeowners collaborated with Eversource to set up a no-cost Home Energy Assessment and received over $300 worth of energy-saving products and measures at no cost.
- Energy Efficiency Upgrades Improve the Comfort of 175-Year Old Home
Learn how an Eversource customer in Fairhaven took advantage of incentives on upgrades including insulation, a new boiler and a mini-split heat pump while increasing the comfort of her 1845 home.
- More comfort, more savings.
A couple in Shelburne Falls received a no-cost energy assessment and, based on the outcome, were able to take advantage of a limited time opportunity to add insulation and a mini-slit heat pump. This made their 1960's Gabriel colonial more efficient, and increased the home's overall comfort level.
- Case Study: Dick MacDonough
After his existing central air conditioning unit broke down in his 1920s home, Dick MacDonough decided to upgrade to a high-efficiency ducted air source heat pump. Dick received a $3,500 incentive as well as reduced his annual carbon dioxide emissions by 5.1 Metric Tons.
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