Mass Save Residential New Construction rebates

If you are building a new single family or multi-family home, this incentive program is a no-brainer. Don't be put off by the administrative requirements. We will hold your hand through the entire process until you receive a nice check. A certified HERS rating is required in addition to sections of the Energy Star Thermal Enclosure System Rater Checklist

As a Certified HERS Rater, we are approved to deliver the following incentives through the Mass Save Residential New Construction Program.

The Mass Save 'tiered' program design is over . The new rebate structure is custom to each home. It is called the 'Blended Savings Approach'. Projected energy savings are calculated from HERS rater software. 

Rebates are calculated as follows:

Participant Incentive = A * kWh + B * MMBu + C * %Savings

A= $0.35/kWh   B= $35/MMBtu    C= $3,000 single family project (1-4 Units)  = $2,000 multifamily (5+ units)

Program requirements are detailed in the  2018 Terms and Conditions Application . 

 

Mass Save Mechanical System rebates 

For projects finishing after June 30, 2017,   mechanical system rebates are not available on a per unit basis. These system rebates are bundled into the savings calculated in the Blended Savings equations. 

System rebates may be available through other programs, such as the MassCEC. However applicants should be aware of 'double dipping' in more than one Mass Save program. 

Contact us for a full overview of incentives as they pertain to your project.


Connecticut Residential New Construction program

By the time you're reading this, your legislatures may have gutted the energy efficiency fund, seriously. Contact us for latest rebate offerings. Those new highway tolls can't come soon enough.