No Cap on Mass Save Insulation Incentive
Mass Save will cover 75% of the cost of qualifying insulation measures, with no limit on the total. You will still need to pay for the 25% out-of-pocket costs or explore getting a 0% Mass Save HEAT Loan for that expense.
To see if you qualify, you can call Mass Save at 866-527-SAVE (7283). If you are eligible, you can schedule an energy assessment to get the process rolling.
There’s more information on their website [https://www.masssave.com/en/saving/residential-rebates/special-limited-time-offer-on-home-insulation/], but you’ll need to talk with Mass Save to find out for sure if you qualify.
MA Electric Vehicle (EV) Rebates
If you purchase or lease an EV, you may qualify for a MA electric vehicle rebate. All-electric Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) with a sales price under $50,000 are eligible for a $2,500 rebate. Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs), [with a chargeable battery and a gas engine] that are priced at under $50,000 and have a battery range of 25+ miles, are eligible for a $1,500 rebate.
Some non-Tesla EVs will be able to charge at Tesla Supercharger Stations
Big discounts on new & used EVs
EV in DC during climate march
Finding Used EVs
Find used EVs for sale in your area by dealers and private sellers.
Guide to charging an electric vehicle at home and on the go
Electric Vehicle Handbook
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Plug-In Electric Vehicle Handbook for Consumers (note: excessive jargon and acronym warning)
Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program
Check with solar installers for current SMART program incentives. Incentives have dropped quickly since the program was initiated in late 2018 and is under review for adding new SMART incentives when the program has completed its initial goal.
MA Solar Loan
This program makes low interest loans available for financing residential solar power (PV), allowing homeowners to get solar without the large upfront costs!
The program offers:
- A low-interest, fixed-term loan for homeowners and residents
- Additional loan support of 10-30% off the cost, for income-qualified moderate to low-income solar owners
Two lenders are participating in the program in our area.
To qualify for this loan, you’ll need to start with a quote from a participating MA Solar Loan Installer (list available on the website below) and review the program steps on their website before starting the installation process.
See www.masssolarloan.com for more details.
26% Federal Tax Credit for Home Solar Power, Hot Water & Geothermal Heat Pumps
The 26% federal investment tax credit for qualifying residential renewable energy projects has been extended through 12/31/2023.
Mass Save Rebates for Clean Heating & Cooling
Mass Save offers sizeable rebates for efficient, electric air source heat pumps (centralized & ducted) and ductless mini splits.
For more details, see https://www.masssave.com/en/saving/residential-rebates/electric-heating-and-cooling/.
And you can apply for a 0% Mass SAVE HEAT Loan for air source heat pumps & mini splits.