Due to the high volume of participation in National Grid’s Massachusetts COOL SMART Program, National Grid will be modifying rebates for ductless air conditioner and heat pump purchases and installations effective April 20, 2015.
Act quickly to ensure you get the higher rebate! Check out the changes coming.
Reducing customer rebates for…
• Ductless mini-splits
• Heat pump water heaters
Eliminating customer rebates for…
• Early air conditioning/heat pump replacement
• Quality Installation Verification (QIV) for new installs
This table reflects the modifications in rebates effective April 20, 2015 and will remain effective for equipment purchases and installations through December 31, 2015.
To qualify for rebates at the originally authorized January 2015 levels, equipment must be installed by April 19, 2015 and all rebate forms and required documentation (including dated invoices) must be postmarked or
submitted online within 30 days of the equipment installation date.
Look at the difference!
So, Boston area homeowners, if this is something you’re on the fence about, now is the time to schedule your installation so we can get you in under the wire to score the higher Mass Save rebate.
Submissions not meeting these requirements will be fulfilled at the new rebate levels. Exceptions will be made for customers already authorized for a HEAT Loan based on January 2015 rebate levels.
These modifications were made through comprehensive analysis and approval within National Grid in an effort to keep National Grid’s COOL SMART program open for the remainder of 2015. National Grid is committed to serving as many customers as possible, and will continue to closely monitor the funding for this program in order to serve our customers and save energy.