Air-Source
Heat Pump Updates

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is making some changes to our Residential Air-Source Heat Pump Program. This program provides rebates for the installation of qualifying air source heat pump systems at homes and small businesses in Massachusetts.

Any applications submitted after November 1 will be subject to the new rebate amounts.

MassCEC will be reducing their rebate amounts on November 1, 2018.

Single Zone
Systems
will go from

$625/system to $500/system

Multi Zone
Systems
will go from

$625/ton to
$500/ton

Air-source heat pumps (ASHPs), sometimes called “mini-splits,” can provide cost-effective and energy-efficient heating and cooling for your home.

While traditional systems burn fuel to create heat, a heat pump instead works by moving heat into or out of a home. Though they require electricity to operate, efficient ASHPs use 40 percent to 70 percent less electricity than traditional electric-resistance heating.