Massachusetts is one of the most energy-efficient states in the country, and Mass Save is helping us keep it that way! The Mass Save program offers energy rebates* to help Massachusetts homeowners and businesses make energy-efficient upgrades.
Have questions about this Massachusetts energy saving program? Neeeco is here to help! We’re a Mass Save Home Performance Contractor. Keep reading for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Mass Save.
*Some restrictions apply. Offers are subject to change or cancellation. Visit MassSave.com/HEA for full details.
About Mass Save
Mass Save is a program sponsored by several Massachusetts utilities and energy efficiency providers including Berkshire Gas Company, Cape Light Compact, Eversource, Liberty, National Grid, and Unitil. These sponsors work with the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources to promote energy efficiency services in Massachusetts. Through the program, Massachusetts residents and businesses can receive a no-cost Mass Save home assessment, as well as incentives including new insulation rebates, energy-efficient appliance rebates, heating rebates, and more.
Massachusetts homeowners, renters, landlords, and businesses who are customers of Berkshire Gas Company, Cape Light Compact, Eversource, Liberty, National Grid, or Unitil can qualify for Mass Save incentives. Some rebates and incentives are based on household income. To find out what rebates you may qualify for, schedule a no-cost Mass Save energy audit with Neeeco!
You can choose from a list of Mass Save contractors to complete the energy efficiency work you qualify for. Neeeco is a Mass Save Partner, and we’ve helped make tens of thousands of homes in Massachusetts more energy efficient.
Mass Save Home Energy Assessments
A Mass Save Home Energy Assessment is an evaluation of your home’s energy efficiency. Your Home Energy Assessment—which must be conducted by a Mass Save contractor, like Neeeco—will look for problem areas in your home. You’ll receive a report following your Mass Save energy assessment that includes a list of recommended upgrades to help you save energy and money. These upgrades may qualify for Mass Save rebates.
It may sound too good to be true, but it really does cost nothing! You won’t need to pay Neeeco or a Mass Save® contracting partner a service fee to receive a no-cost home energy assessment at any point during the assessment and to receive your results. On your gas and electric bills a small charge for ‘energy efficiency’ is included. This small charge helps fund the Mass Save® program. Since you’ve been paying into the Mass Save® energy efficiency fund, why not take advantage of the benefits and schedule your no-cost home energy assessment today with Neeeco.
Mass Save home energy assessments are available at absolutely no-cost to customers of the Berkshire Gas Company, Cape Light Compact, Eversource, Liberty, National Grid, and Unitil. Neeeco is a Mass Save contractor. Schedule your no-cost home energy audit with our team today!
You can self–schedule your Mass Save home energy assessment with Neeeco online or by calling us at (781) 309-7540.
Mass Save Rebates
Energy efficient windows reduce drafts in your home, making temperatures more comfortable and energy bills more affordable. You could save $75 per window. Also, the Mass Save HEAT Loan offers zero percent financing for replacing single-pane windows with ENERGY STAR® “Most Efficient” certified windows.
To get access to the HEAT Loan, you’ll need to schedule a no-cost Mass Save Home Energy Assessment with a Mass Save contractor such as Neeeco.
The Mass Save HEAT Loan offers interest-free financing for qualifying energy efficiency work up to $25,000. HEAT Loans are available to qualifying customers who are participating in the Mass Save program.
If you want to save money on your energy bills every month without spending a fortune on efficiency upgrades, Mass Save is absolutely worth it. Through the Mass Save program, you can receive a no-cost home energy assessment plus rebates for efficiency upgrades to your home’s insulation, heating and cooling equipment, appliances, and more.