Here is the Latest Update on Mass Save and CEC Rebates – November 2016
Time could be running out on the best rebates we’ve had in a long time.
If you think you might even remotely be in the market for a ductless heat pump / air conditioner system before next summer, the clock is ticking. Talk to us now so you can weigh your options. The more zones you need conditioned, the more savings you have at risk.
Rebate amounts were increased earlier this year, and the savings for our customers has been in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Details are outlined further down. Act soon, as applications for rebates at 2016 levels must be submitted by December 31, 2016 to qualify! Then we’ll have 90 days to complete your installation.
PLEASE ACT NOW!
Ductless is a perfect option for a large family room or open floor plan
These savings are just the beginning…
Since the rebate amounts were increased earlier this year, we’ve been swamped with installations on the North Shore, in Mission Hill, Beacon Hill, the North End, Cambridge and the Back Bay. Not only will these customers save money on installation, but ductless heating and cooling is up to 40% more efficient than traditional systems which will save them big on energy costs for years to come.
See how these Reading, MA homeowners trimmed their $3000 heating oil bill to $0 in one season, and saved 60% on their overall energy costs.
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We can help you with this process!
We’ve helped hundreds of residents all over the greater Boston area take advantage of this free money to make the transition to super-efficient ductless heating and cooling.
There are a lot of moving pieces to getting the application process correct in order to receive the maximum possible cash back, so please let us help you too.
Check out the unprecedented rebate amounts on the following chart. You could save thousands! When you’re ready, download the application or schedule a conversation with us to get the ball rolling.
Check out the ductless installation we did in this South End Brownstone.
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Mass Save Heat Loan Process
Step 1: Call us at 781-933-6387.
Step 2: Our Specialist will explain program at Energy Audit.
What you will need
- Install qualifying product by licensed contractor, like N.E.T.R., Inc.
- AHRI certificate (for AC & Heat Pump rebates only – please keep the original for you records).
- Must be customer of participating utility
- Obtain invoice with model #, size in tons, date and location of installation, and installation cost.
- Within 90 days of installation: Main AHRI cert, rebate application, copy of utility bill, invoice from contractor.
- Copy entire package and keep signed copy.
* MassCEC rebate is available until December 31, 2016.
** Data compiles in June 2016. Programs charge at the discretion of the program manager.
*** Effective 4/20/2015, National Grid of MA rebates are $150 and $300. Mitsubishi Electric is not responsible for actual rebate amounts. Please check with Mass Save* & MassCEC for details and updates.
In order to be eligible for a Mass CEC rebate, Projects must:
- Be installed by a manufacturer-trained installer, like N.E.T.R., Inc.
- Use the installed air-source heat pump (ASHP) for heating consistently throughout the winter.
- Have Eversource, National Grid, Unitil, or an eligible municipal light plant, as the electric provider.
- Include an ASHP from Mass CEC’s list of eligible equipment.
- Have a home energy audit from within the last four (4) years or have one scheduled within six (6) months of project completion. **
To apply for the Mass CEC rebate: Provide the following information to NETR, Inc and we’ll submit the rebate application:
- Project site address and rebate mailing address.
- An initialed and signed Residential Air- Source Heat Pump Participant’s Agreement.
- A copy of a recent month’s electric bill showing the “service for” address and the residential rate code.
- Complete Income-Verification, if applicable.
* Full program requirements should be reviewed in the Program Manual.
** New Homes, and multifamily residences with more than 4 units do not require an energy audit. If you live in an area with a scheduling backlog, please submit an email confirming you are in queue for scheduling with your application. Please call us at 781-933-6387 to schedule.
*** For the purposes of determining rebate levels, the Mass CEC uses the system’s maximum heating capacity (BTU/hr) at 5°F.
**** To Receive an Income-Based Rebate, the homeowner must complete one of the accepted income verification methods. Please see the Program Manual (section 2.4) for more information about Income-Based Rebates and income verification methods.
Switching to ductless will save you money
Your energy bills will be lower and you will reduce your carbon footprint.
In addition to the best air conditioning you can possibly put in a home, one of the hidden incentives behind this program, and one of the main reasons they do these huge rebates on ductless systems, is the dramatic energy savings homeowners will see come the winter months.
Mitsubishi’s h2i heat pump inverter technology is a massive shift in heat pump capability and efficiency, especially for New England homeowners who got pummeled by this past winter. These Mitsubishi ductless systems will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars just by supplementing your gas or oil heating system.
So, folks, take a deep breath and let’s talk about the right system for your home.
To qualify for rebates at the originally authorized January 2016 levels, equipment must be installed by December 31, 2016, and all rebate forms and required documentation (including dated invoices) must be postmarked or submitted online within 30 days of the equipment installation date.
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 2016 rebate levels.
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.