The Best Mass Save® Rebates and Incentives for 2024

Want to save energy and money in 2024? Then you need to take advantage of Mass Save rebates! Mass Save offers generous rebates and incentives to help Massachusetts residents make energy efficient home improvements like insulation upgrades, heat pump installation, and much more. 

Neeeco is an experienced energy efficiency expert and a proud Mass Save partner. We can help you qualify for Mass Save rebates in 2024, starting with a no-cost Home Energy Assessment

Keep reading for a list of the best Mass Save incentives available in 2024. 

1. No-Cost Home Energy Assessment 

Most homeowners want to make their homes more energy efficient, but they don’t know where to start. That’s why the Sponsors of Mass Save offer no-cost Home Energy Assessments. This assessment is conducted by an Energy Specialist, who will uncover any hidden inefficiencies in your home and identify energy-saving opportunities.

Here’s what’s included in a Mass Save Home Energy Assessment: 

  • Comprehensive evaluation of your home 
  • Energy report detailing our findings & the incentives you qualify for 
  • Help navigating incentive and financing opportunities 
  • Installation of no-cost energy-saving devices as needed, like faucet aerators and advanced power strips 

When your Home Energy Assessment is complete, Neeeco will schedule the upgrades you decide to make. We make it easy to identify energy-saving opportunities, make the necessary improvements, and claim your rebates. 

2. Heat Pump Rebates Up to $16,000 

Air source heat pumps are the smartest and most efficient way to heat and cool your home. Heat pumps combine energy efficient heating and air conditioning into one so you can save energy and keep your home comfortable all year long. 

Unlike traditional heating sources, heat pumps don’t burn fuel to create heat. Instead, they extract heat from the air outside and move it into your home. In cooling mode, they work in reverse, removing heat from the air inside your home and dumping it outside. They run on electricity, eliminating in-home fuel combustion and reducing carbon emissions. Plus, they can be powered for free with solar panels!

Rebate Type 

Rebate Amount 

Whole-Home Heat Pump 


Partial-Home Heat Pump 

$1,250 per ton, up to $10,000

Income-Based Enhanced Incentive 


Heat pumps are also eligible for a federal tax credit worth 30% of the installation costs, up to $2,000! You can combine federal heat pump tax credits with Mass Save rebates to maximize your savings.

3. Weatherization Rebates for Insulation & Air Sealing 

Weatherization, which includes insulation and air sealing, is one of the first steps toward a more energy efficient home. 

Insulation and air sealing work together to reduce energy loss and save you money. Air sealing closes up leakage points that allow air to move freely into and out of your home. Insulation slows down heat transfer, keeping heat in during the winter and out during the summer. 

The less energy your home loses, the easier it is for your HVAC system to keep it comfortable, resulting in less energy loss and lower bills. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that homeowners can save an average of 15% on their heating and cooling costs with proper insulation and air sealing!  

The Sponsors of Mass Save offer generous incentives for weatherization. Massachusetts residents are eligible for 75-100% off insulation upgrades and no-cost air sealing! Schedule a no-cost Home Energy Assessment with Neeeco to learn more. 

4. ENERGY STAR Window Rebates Up to $75 per Window 

Installing energy efficient windows has many benefits, from eliminating cold winter drafts to reducing energy costs. The typical home can save an average of 13% on energy bills when replacing single-pane windows with ENERGY STAR windows! 

The Sponsors of Mass Save offer a $75 rebate per window when you replace single-pane windows with new, ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient certified windows. To be eligible, the existing windows to be replaced must be verified during a no-cost Mass Save Home Energy Assessment. Schedule yours today! 

5. Solar Panel & Battery Incentives 

Solar panels and solar battery storage can help you reduce your carbon footprint and save you money on your energy bills. Installing a home solar energy system is an investment, but there are incentives available to help lower costs and save you money. 

Massachusetts residents are eligible for national solar incentives as well as Mass Save solar battery incentives through ConnectedSolutions.

Incentive Type

Incentive Amount 

Eligible Equipment 

Federal Solar Tax Credit 

30% of total costs 

Solar panels and solar batteries 


$275 per kW of a battery’s average contribution during summer peak demand events. 

Solar batteries 

6. HEAT Loan 0% Financing 

The Mass Save HEAT Loan provides 0% interest financing for a variety of energy efficiency home improvement projects. 

You can receive 0% interest financing up to $25,000 for: 

  • Weatherization 
  • ENERGY STAR-certified replacement windows 
  • Solar batteries 
  • And more

You can receive 0% interest financing up to $50,000 for: 

  • Heat pump HVAC systems
  • Heat pump water heaters

Neeeco: Your Local Mass Save Partner 

Neeeco is a long-time advocate for energy efficiency that has been helping Massachusetts residents improve their homes for years. We’re passionate about energy efficiency and want to help you save energy and money without spending a fortune on home improvements. That’s why we’re proud to be a Mass Save partner. We can help you take advantage of Mass Save rebates and incentives so you can make the energy efficiency upgrades your home needs. 

*Some restrictions apply. Offers are subject to change or cancellation. Visit for full details.

Save on home upgrades! Call (781) 309-7540 or schedule a no-cost Home Energy Assessment online now.