Save Money and Energy with Mass Save Program through City of Somerville this Winter
This winter, Somerville property owners can save big on utility bills with an energy-saving heating system thanks to an initiative by National Grid being offered through the City of Somerville. The City of Somerville’s Housing Division is participating in the National Grid Community Initiative for its third year. During the first two years of the program, Somerville residents completed more than 1,600 home energy assessments and 1,200 energy upgrades, saving $1.1 million. As part of this year’s program, residents who take advantage of the Mass Save home energy assessment or rebate programs through December 31, 2019 can help the City earn grantfunding towards future energy initiatives.
Massachusetts households spend about $2,500 per year on space heating. That’s 22% more on energy than the average U.S. household (US EIA). Mass Save is currently offering rebates of up to $1,600/ton for qualified systems and 0% financing payable over seven years. Learn about your home’s energy usage with a no-cost Home Energy Assessment. Sign up online atwww.somervillema.gov/departments/programs/somerville-energy-efficiency-now-seen or call Mass Save at 855-891-9899 to get started.
For more information, contact Christine Andrews in the Somerville Housing Division at 617-625-6600 ext. 2567.
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