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Rebates for 2016

This page lists the rebates available for residential renewable energy projects in MA, NH, VT, & NY. We have provided the links to the website where each rebate originates so that you can review the details or apply for the rebates. The qualifications differ with each rebate and, in some cases, low-income residents will qualify for a higher rebate amount.

Massachusetts Rebates 2016

Wood Pellet Central Heating Rebates

Base Rebate Amount Thermal Storage Adder Maximum Total Rebate
Base Rebate 45% of Eligible Project Costs, limited to $10,000´╗┐ 100% of Thermal Storage Unit Installed Cost, limited to $2,000 $12,000
80%-120% of SMI Income-Based Rebate Adder 55% of Eligible Project Costs, limited to $12,250 100% of Thermal Storage Unit Installed Cost, limited to $2,000 $14,250
80% of SMI Income-Based Rebate Adder 65% of Eligible Project Costs, limited to $14,500 100% of Thermal Storage Unit Installed Cost, limited to $2,000 $16,500

Mass CEC (Visit site)

Watch this video from GCTV (Greenfield Community Television) to learn more about the Wood Stove Change-Out Rebate Program:

This video is an example of an energy efficient stove you can upgrade to:

 
New Hampshire Rebates 2016

NH Public Utilities Commission (Visit site)

  • 30% up to $6,000 towards equipment and installation (Residential)
  • 30% up to $50,000 towards equipment and installation (Commercial)
  • 30% up to $5,000 available as an add-on grant for qualifying thermal storage (Commercial)
 
Vermont Rebates 2106

Efficiency Vermont (Visit site)

  • $2,000 towards equipment and installation

Vermont Renewable Energy Resource Center (Visit site)

  • $2,500 per installed pellet boiler
  • $500 Pellet Storage Upgrade