Weatherization is an important first step for a home with fewer greenhouse gas emissions, because a home that is sealed and insulated uses less energy to heat and cool the space. The following organizations and programs can help you evaluate your weatherization needs, and determine what rebates and incentives can help you save money on your home improvements.

Mass Save®

Mass Save® is a coalition of electric and natural gas utilities and energy efficiency service providers that work together to promote energy efficiency: Berkshire Gas, Blackstone Gas Company, Cape Light Compact, Columbia Gas, Eversource, Liberty Utilities, National Grid and Unitil.

Municipal Utilities

Many municipal utilities in Massachusetts provide residential energy conservation services, including Home Energy Assessments. The providers are:

If you are served by a municipal utility that is not part of the NextZero or ENE programs, talk directly to your municipal utility about weatherization incentives.

Weatherization Assistance Program
Provides eligible households with full-scale home energy efficiency services.

ENERGY STAR® Tax Credits List
ENERGY STAR is a government-backed coalition of industrial, commercial, utility, state, and local organizations that help consumers make well-informed decisions about energy efficiency. This list includes tax credits you may be able to utilize when you make energy-efficient improvements on your home.

We're In This Together

Pledge to reduce your home's carbon footprint by replacing old systems and appliances with clean energy technologies over time.

Join the Clean Energy Transformation

Let's work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our homes and build a clean energy future for Massachusetts.

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Join the Clean Energy Transformation

Let's work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our homes and build a clean energy future for Massachusetts.

GO CLEAN
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