Mass Save Helps Cut Energy Costs in Massachusetts

The Mass Save program can help just about everyone in 2019 in the state save money on energy bills including homeowners, renters, landlords, businesses and schools. While it can sometimes be a hassle, overall it’s a great resource for cutting your home’s energy bill and carbon emissions. It offers incentives on energy efficient appliances like Energy Star-certified appliances as well as free energy assessments from a certified energy specialist for residents (available at reduced costs for businesses), and this article will discuss the basics. That’s everything from saving on LED light bulbs, smart thermostats (like Nest), insulation and even rebates on energy efficient heaters of up to $2,750.

All this can help people save even more on their energy bills when they consider taking control of energy costs by going solar.

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