Advanced Power Strips

Reduce wasted electricity and save on energy costs.
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Advanced power strips are an easy, low-cost way to manage your home electronics and save energy.

Many electronics consume energy whether they are on or off. Advanced power strips save energy by automatically turning off electronics when they are not being used. There are two options to choose from:

  • Tier 1 – allows you to designate one device as the control, so when you shut down a device, other electronics plugged into the strip are automatically turned off
  • Tier 2 – includes either an infrared or motion sensor that can detect when electronics are not being used and turn them off automatically, without you having to do so

Eligible residents may qualify for new advanced power strips through income-based assistance.

  1. Confirm Eligibility
    View the Eligibility Tab to confirm the eligibility requirements. Advanced Power Strips may also be available at no cost through the Income Eligible Program and via a Home Energy Assessment.
  2. Log In to the Mass Save Marketplace or Create a New Account
    If you already have an account, log in to the Mass Save Marketplace to explore instant discounts on available products. If creating a new account, you will need to link your utility account to the Marketplace to qualify for instant discounts by entering your electric account number.
  3. Order Products
    Order your product(s) on the Marketplace and receive instant discounts at the point of purchase.
  • This offer is only open to Massachusetts residential electric customers of Cape Light Compact JPE, Eversource, National Grid, or Unitil
  • Discounts are valid from January 1, 2024, through December 31, 2024, subject to availability
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​​​Not Sure Where to Start?

Start your home energy efficiency journey with a no-cost virtual or in-person home energy assessment. An Energy Specialist will seek out inefficiencies, recommend upgrades, and help you access available rebates and incentives.

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Case Study: As Good as New

Instead of moving, Vance participated in a no-cost energy assessment to find ways to make his home more comfortable. By making insulation upgrades and installing two high-efficiency mini-split heat pumps and advanced power strips, he saved $632 annually in energy costs.