Heat Pump Installers

Become a participating Mass Save Heat Pump Installer and get your business in front of potential new customers.
By joining the Mass Save Heat Pump Installer Network (HPIN), your business will be listed in the "Find a Contractor" tool on the Mass Save website. You will also receive access to residential heat pump rebates, technical trainings and resources, sales and marketing tools, and more.

The Sponsors of Mass Save are leading the decarbonization of buildings across the state by supporting electrification. By joining our network, you can help make these innovative technologies more affordable and accessible to Massachusetts residents and businesses and help reduce greenhouse emissions across the state. 

By joining the Mass Save HPIN, contractors will benefit from resources and support, including:

If you have any questions, please contact the Mass Save Heating & Cooling Program Team at [email protected].

  1. Gather Required Documentation

    All required documentation is outlined in the enrollment instructions.

  2. Submit Documentation via the HPIN Participation Agreement

    Complete the HPIN Participation Agreement and follow all instructions.

  3. Complete the Heating & Cooling Learning Center Registration Form

    Each installer in your company must complete the Heating & Cooling Learning Center sign-up form. After completion, installers will receive a welcome email from the Mass Save Heating & Cooling Learning Center. Please allow up to two business days to receive the email invitation (including login credentials) from [email protected].

  4. Remain Active

    Ensure all installers have satisfied applicable first-year training and license requirements.

An authorized company representative must submit:

  • A signed Mass Save Heat Pump Installer Participation Agreement
  • Business W-9 Form
  • Massachusetts HVAC or Electrical Contractor/Plumbing License (Massachusetts Sheet Metal, Refrigeration, Electrical Contractor, or Plumbing License accepted)
  • Certificate of Comprehensive General Liability Insurance 
  • Certification of relevant training:
    • Air Source Heat Pump and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) primary installers: EPA Section 608 Certification and certification of air source heat pump installation training provided by a heat manufacturer
    • Ground Source Heat Pump primary installers: International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) accredited Installer or GeoExchange Designer certificate

Within the first year of participation:

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