If you are looking for a convenient way to heat and cool your home, consider a heat pump. Heat pumps can efficiently heat your home in the winter and double as a cooling system in the summer while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
The Sponsors of Mass Save® are making the purchase and installation of energy-efficient heat pumps affordable for Massachusetts residents.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Whole-Home Rebates: We offer rebates to customers who install heat pumps as the sole source of heating and cooling. Completion of weatherization recommendations made during a Home Energy Assessment is required for this rebate. To schedule an on-site or virtual assessment, call 1-866-527-SAVE (7283).
Partial-Home Rebates: We offer rebates based on equipment size (tonnage) to customers who install heat pumps to supplement an existing heating system or section of their home. To qualify for partial-home heat pump rebates, integrated controls must be installed in homes with oil, propane, or natural gas back-up. Customers who have completed weatherization prior to the install of their heat pump may be eligible for a $500 bonus. To be eligible, follow the steps above to schedule an assessment.
|Air Source Heat Pump Rebates
|Air Source Heat Pumps
||Refer to the MassSave.com/HPQPL
||$10,000 per home
||$1,250 per ton1, up to $10,000
1. Tons are calculated based on AHRI cooling capacity divided by 12,000 BTUs. Rebate amount based on tons. ↩
Air to Water Heat Pumps
Air to water heat pumps are designed to provide year-round space heating through hydronic distribution, such as radiators, radiant floors or baseboard water systems.