The Sponsors of the Mass Save® program are making it easier than ever for Massachusetts homeowners to make energy efficient upgrades, like installing heat pumps. Customers of Unitil, National Grid, and Eversource can qualify for Mass Save heat pump rebates worth up to $16,000—depending on the type of heat pump!
Neeeco is here to help you understand what Mass Save heat pump rebates are available to you and how you can qualify. We’re a Mass Save partner that’s dedicated to helping homeowners reduce their energy costs. To get started with Mass Save heating and cooling rebates, schedule a no-cost Mass Save energy assessment today! Have questions about Mass Save®? Check out our FAQs.
What Is a Heat Pump?
Heat pumps are energy-efficient, all-electric heating and cooling systems. They can be used to heat your home in the winter and cool your home in the summer, allowing for convenient and efficient heating and cooling that saves you money and reduces greenhouse gas emissions year-round.
A ductless mini split heat pump, also known as a heat pump air conditioner, is a specific type of heat pump. Ductless heat pumps operate without ductwork, as the name suggests. They can be installed anywhere in your home and can be used to heat/cool specific rooms or areas. Mass Save ductless heat pump rebates are available to make installation more affordable.
Mass Save Heat Pump and Ductless Heat Pump Rebates
Installing a heat pump is more affordable than ever thanks to the new 2022 heat pump incentives and rebates from Mass Save:
Air Source Whole-Home Heat Pump Rebate
Homeowners who install air source heat pumps as their sole source of heating and cooling can receive a rebate worth up to $16,000. To qualify for the whole-home heat pump rebate, you must first schedule a no-cost Mass Save energy audit and complete the recommended weatherization upgrades. Mass Save rebates are also available for additional home upgrades, including 75-100% off the cost of new insulation and no-cost air sealing.
Air Source Partial-Home Heat Pump Rebate
Homeowners who install air source heat pumps to supplement an existing heating system can receive a rebate worth $1,250 per ton, up to $16,000. Homes that use oil, propane, or natural gas backup must also install integrated controls. To qualify for rebates, you must first schedule a no-cost Mass Save energy assessment.
Additional Heat Pump Rebates
Mass Save also offers heat pump rebates for the following heat pump technologies:
- Add integrated controls to an existing air source heat pump system: $500 per indoor unit, up to $1500
- Air to Water Heat Pump: up to $10,000 per home
- Ground Source Heat Pump: up to $15,000 per home
Find Out if You Qualify for Mass Save Heat Pump Rebates
Take the first step toward energy savings—schedule a no-cost Mass Save energy audit with Neeeco. We’re a certified Mass Save partner and can help you find out whether you qualify for Mass Save heating and cooling rebates. A no-cost energy assessment can also qualify you for additional rebates to ensure your home is as energy efficient as possible, resulting in lower energy bills and a lessened environmental impact. With Neeeco, saving energy means saving money!