Reduce Energy Use and Costs

Mass Save

Mass Save:

Residents and businesses in Dartmouth can take advantage of the Mass Save Program to save energy and money.

Energy Saving Tips:

  • Switch existing inefficient incandescent bulbs with LEDs. An average LED uses up to 90% less energy while also lasting up to 25 times longer than the average incandescent bulb. Residents and businesses may be eligible to have their inefficient lighting replaced at no cost through the Mass Save Program.
  • Turn off laptops and other electronic as well as unplug battery chargers when not in use. These ‘energy vampires’ can continue to consume energy even when they are not actively charging a device.
  • Install low-flow aerators in your faucets to use less water and heat. Residents and businesses may be able to take advantage of the Mass Save Program to have these installed at no cost.

More tips and ideas to save energy can be found on the Mass Save website here.

Schedule a No-Cost Energy Assessment: Mass Save offers no-cost energy assessments to residents and businesses for all types of facilities. An energy assessment of your facility would include the installation of no-cost or low-cost energy-saving products, such as:

  • ENERGY STAR certified LED light bulbs,
  • advanced power strips,
  • low-flow showerheads,
  • faucet aerators, and,
  • programmable thermostats or discounted wireless thermostats

Your energy assessment may also identify other energy saving measures that could be implemented and help you learn about your eligibility for specific Mass Save rebates and incentives that can help finance them.

Energy Assistance Programs:

Residents may qualify for additional financial assistance through the Mass Save Program if they are income eligible. Check here to see qualification requirements

Get more information and sign up on the Mass Save website here.

Rebates, Incentives, Financing for Residents and Businesses:

Planning to purchase new energy-efficient equipment or improvements for you home? Be sure to check their residential rebates and incentives page here or the business rebates and incentives page here.

Available rebates and incentives include:

  • Up to $3,250 on early heating and cooling equipment,
  • 75% - 100% off insulation and no-cost sealing of leaks in drafty areas of your home,
  • $40 rebates for air cleaners and room air conditioners, and,
  • 0% HEAT loans financing of up to $25,000 for qualified energy efficient home improvements.

energyCENTS

Find Other Opportunities to Save Energy and Money Using energyCENTS:

In addition to those offered by the Mass Save Program, there are a variety of financial resources such as rebates, loans, and financing offers for residents and businesses throughout Massachusetts. To help navigate these resources, the Department of Energy Resources has created a tool called the Commonwealth Energy Tool for Savings (energyCENTS) that provides a window to all energy saving opportunities that are currently available.

You can access energyCENTS here.