Several attractive rebate programs designed to encourage Cape Cod homeowners and business owners to become more energy efficient have been announced for 2017. Rebates from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), Mass Save, and the Cape Light Compact are available for eligible residential, commercial (and non-profit) heating and cooling system that achieve a specific level of efficiency.
• Air Source Heat Pump Systems (ductless): $625 per unit, up to $2,500
• Central Air Conditioning: Up to $500
In addition, homeowners at certain income levels can increase the amount their rebates, up to a maximum of $6,000. MassCEC rebate programs have also been opened up to small and mid-size business and non-profit organizations.
• Oil Heating Systems: $500
• Ductless Heating & Cooling Systems: $500
• Central Air Conditioning: $250
• Air Source Heat Pump Central Air: $500
Mass Save is also offering a “Heat Loan” program that provides up to $25,000 in financing at 0% interest over a seven-year term.
Cape Light Compact
• Oil Heating Systems: Up to $1,750 (up to $3,000 for early replacement)
• Central Air Heat Pump Systems: Up to $500 (up to $1,000 for early replacement)
• Air Source Heat Pump (ductless): Up to $500
• Programmable Thermostats: $25
• Wi-Fi Thermostats: $100
Making your home or business more comfortable and energy efficient by upgrading your heating and cooling system is always a good idea. These energy rebate programs help to make it more affordable than ever.
With so many different rebates available it can be confusing to determine which applies to you, and which systems are eligible for rebates. That’s where we can help! The Fuel Company can help you apply for these rebates, including assisting you with obtaining and completing the necessary
To find out more or to see if your heating and cooling system qualifies for an energy rebate, call Bill Earle, Joe Kelley or MaryEllen Donald at (508) 388-1009.