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Mass Save® 2024 Rebates
Looking to save money on your energy bills while improving your home’s comfort and efficiency? Look no further than Notturno Home Services, your go-to source for Mass Save rebates in Massachusetts.
The 2024 Mass Save rebates were just released and there are some big changes that could significantly impact your savings.
If you have an Oil, Propane, or Natural Gas heating system or water heater, this year is crucial for locking in substantial savings. The deadline for “fossil fuel” system upgrades is August 31, 2024.
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Mass Save® 2024 Rebates
Upgrade and save with Mass Save Mass Save®’s 2024 rebates. Depending on your system, you can save up to:
Heat Pumps: Up to $25,000 rebate
Boiler Heat: Up to $7,300 rebate
Furnace Heat: Up to $7,300 rebate
Water Heater: Up to $1,500 rebate
Thermostats : Up to $500 rebate
Why Act Now?
With the new changes in 2024, we expect the system to be overloaded with rebate requests, which will only delay your rebate refill.
If you have an older system, the time to act is now. Schedule a system check up to see how long your system has left and if upgrading makes the most sense.
Mass Save® Deadline: August 31, 2024
Deadline to Upgrade Your Fossil Fuel System
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The Sponsors of Mass Save® provide a whole-house, performance-based incentive for energy efficiency upgrades to a renovation or addition. We calculate how much energy your home uses after your renovation or addition. That energy usage is compared against a baseline that represents the minimum expected performance of the home. The more energy efficiency measures you implement, the greater your energy savings and incentive. We offer financial incentives for renovations and additions to homes that exceed the Massachusetts building energy code to improve energy efficiency.
The following upgrades may significantly impact your home’s overall performance:
- Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
- Water heating equipment
- Air and duct sealing
Yes. A certified HERS rater may make up to three onsite visits to verify energy performance measures of your renovation and/or addition. Renovated homes require a preliminary visit before demolition or construction begins.
Residential renovations and additions at single-family homes and multi-family homes with three stories or less can qualify if they are located within the Sponsor’s service territories and meet minimum energy savings requirements.
In most cases, yes. Your renovations and additions incentive includes incentives for heating, cooling and water heating equipment upgrades through the performance-based incentive calculation; therefore, you cannot also receive incentives for the same equipment through the Mass Save Heating & Cooling incentive offerings. The one exception is for renovation and additions projects that install air-source or ground-source heat pumps in the existing portion of the home. These are eligible for both the Heating & Cooling equipment rebate in addition to the renovations and additions performance-based incentive.
After we confirm that the renovation or addition is complete, customers typically receive an incentive check within 10–12 weeks.