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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.
Energy and Environmental Efforts Recognized at 10th Annual Leading by Example Awards posted on Dec 20
Earlier this month, 8 Massachusetts state agencies, public colleges, municipalities, and public sector individuals were recognized at the State House for their leadership in promoting and implementing clean energy and environmental initiatives at the 10th Annual Leading by Example Awards Ceremony. State officials celebrated a …Continue Reading Energy and Environmental Efforts Recognized at 10th Annual Leading by Example Awards
Baker-Polito Administration Completes 24 Energy Efficiency Projects at State Sites posted on Dec 20
Simple Fix’ Projects Will Save Commonwealth $159,000 in Annual Energy Costs NEWBURYPORT– December 16, 2016– The Baker-Polito Administration today announced the completion of an energy efficiency project at the Plum Island Shellfish Purification Plant and 23 additional “simple fix” efficiency projects at state facilities in …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Completes 24 Energy Efficiency Projects at State Sites
Baker-Polito Administration Announces $11.4 Million for Municipal LED Streetlight Conversion Program posted on Dec 20
Available to Municipalities That Own Traditional Streetlights BOSTON – December 13, 2016 – The Baker-Polito Administration today announced $11.4 million in grant funding opportunities to help cities and towns across Massachusetts convert traditional streetlights to LED technology through the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Rapid LED …Continue Reading Baker-Polito Administration Announces $11.4 Million for Municipal LED Streetlight Conversion Program