Both Wellesley’s Municipal Light Plant and the state’s MassSave Program have increased the amount of money a homeowner can get for home energy efficiency improvements.
MASS SAVE REBATES
If you live in a one to four unit home and get a bill from National Grid (for example, if you heat your home with natural gas or you have a gas fireplace or stove), then you are eligible for the larger rebates from MassSave. Before you can qualify for these rebates or incentives, you must schedule and complete a no-cost home energy assessment with an authorized Mass Save® home assessment contractor such as HomeWorks.
Special financing options are also available through Mass Save®, including a” HEAT Loan”: 0% financing for qualified individuals.
WELLESLEY MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT (WMLP) REBATES
If you are NOT a National Grid customer, the WMLP’s new rebates are for you.
The WMLP also offers a no-cost Home Energy Audit if you heat with oil, electricity or propane. Call 888-772-4242. Read on for specifics.
WMLP Insulation and Air-Sealing Incentives - 50%, up to $1,500 max. for contractor installed insulation, following a home energy audit. Only for homes which are converting from oil heat to electric heat pumps.
WMLP Heating & Cooling Rebates
Air-source heat pumps: Up to $5,000
Only for MLP customers who currently heat with oil,electricity or propane. Contact email@example.com for requirements. Pre-approval by Abode required.
Integrated controls: $100 per, up to $400
Wireless-enabled thermostats: 50% up to $125
Electric Heat Pump Water Heaters: @ UEF≥ 3.2: $500
WMLP Rebates for EnergyStar® Appliances
Front-loading clothes washer $150
Conversion of range or cooktop: $500 - gas to induction
Conversion of range or cooktop: $100 - electric to induction
Replace gas clothes dryer - with heat pump clothes dryer $250
Replace electric dryer - with heat pump clothes dryer $100
WMLP Additional Rebates
Electric panel upgrade $750
Level 2 Electric Vehicle
Smart WiFi charger 50%, up to $350
Electric lawn mower $75
Electric landscaping equipment $25
Guess what, there may be Federal Tax Incentives too for home energy efficiency upgrades.Go to Energy Star for details and availability.
Tues. June 14, noon to 12:45 p.m.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining popularity because they're fun to drive, cost less to fuel and maintain, and are better for the environment. Join Mal Skowron, policy & program coordinator at Green Energy Consumers to to learn more about the benefits of EVs, how quickly the car market is changing in Massachusetts, and how to consider charging infrastructure for your business.
Green Energy Consumers Alliance is a non-profit organization based in Boston with the mission to harness the power of energy consumers to speed the transition to a low carbon future.
This event is organized by the Charles River Chamber of Commerce.