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Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA)

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Is your home energy efficient? Find out with a no-cost Home Energy Assessment from Mass Save®!

Your no-cost Home Energy Assessment includes:

  • Personalized report outlining recommended energy efficiency improvements
  • Installation of no-cost immediate savings improvements such as compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), programmable thermostats, and water saving devices, as needed.

Here's what to expect during your home energy assessment:

 

Mass Save also has other programs to fit your home energy needs. Find out more about the Multi-Family Retrofit Program  and the Income-Eligible Programs, including fuel assistance, reduced utility rates, and added savings on energy efficiency incentives.

Visit masssave.com for more information and to learn about other programs.

 

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