Mass Save® Changes for 2024 You Should Know About

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Since the initiative was launched in 2008, Mass Save has helped thousands of Massachusetts residents improve their home’s energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions by providing generous rebates for insulation, heat pumps, replacement windows, and more. 

To ensure ongoing alignment with their goals of reducing carbon emissions, creating energy efficiency jobs, and making clean energy accessible, the Sponsors of Mass Save are implementing a few changes in 2024. 

Keep reading for a full breakdown of the coming changes! 

Fossil Fuel Appliance Rebates are Going Away

Mass Save currently offers rebates for gas, oil, and propane heating systems, but they won’t be available for much longer. In 2024, Mass Save is phasing out the following rebates: 

  • Natural gas furnaces, up to $700 
  • Natural gas boilers, up to $1,500 
  • Oil furnaces, up to $400 
  • Propane furnaces, up to $500
  • Propane boilers, up to $1,500  

Neeeco can help you claim rebates for a new natural gas furnace or boiler before they disappear, but you have to act fast! To be eligible for Mass Save heating rebates, qualifying gas, oil, or propane heating equipment must be installed by August 31, 2024, and the rebate application must be submitted by September 30, 2024. Schedule a no-cost Home Energy Assessment ASAP to get started.

Heat Pump Rebates are Here to Stay!

If you’re not quite ready to replace your heating equipment, or if you want a more climate-friendly option, don’t worry! Mass Save will continue to offer heating and cooling rebates for heat pump HVAC systems. 

  • Whole-home heat pump – Save $10,000 with Mass Save heat pump rebates. 
  • Partial-home heat pump – Save $1,250 per ton with Mass Save heat pump rebates. 

Electric heat pumps are essential to the clean energy transition and Massachusetts is encouraging residents to make the switch, so these rebates are here to stay. However, one small change was made to the Mass Save heat pump rebates for 2024. As of January 1, 2024, residents must remove or disable their previous home heating system to be eligible for a whole-home heat pump rebate. 

Need Help Navigating Rebates? Call Neeeco!

If you’re a Massachusetts resident and you need (or want!) to upgrade your heating system, you should be taking advantage of Mass Save rebates. With Mass Save heating rebates, you can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a brand-new, energy-efficient heating system that will reduce your carbon footprint and help you stay comfortable through the winter months. 

Neeeco is a highly experienced home energy efficiency expert. We are committed to helping Massachusetts residents save energy and money with targeted energy efficiency home improvements, and we are proud to partner with the Sponsors of Mass Save. Our energy specialists are here to help you find out what upgrades your home needs, what rebates you qualify for, and how to claim them. 

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Don’t wait until it’s too late to claim heating rebates! Schedule your no-cost Mass Save Home Energy Assessment with Neeeco today.