Energy savings from top to bottom. No matter how you heat.
Get custom advice and up to thousands of dollars in incentives.
The Total Home Energy Savings Program offers money back on efficiency upgrades on everything from insulation and air-sealing to high efficiency central heating systems to windows, doors, and more.
- Lower your energy bills
- Increase comfort
- Help the environment
It all starts with your initial Home Energy Evaluation. For $99, a Certified Energy Advisor will evaluate your home – from the attic to the basement- to find out where your home needs upgrades. Your initial Home Energy Evaluation will give you customized recommendations to improve your home’s space and water heating energy efficiency. You could also be eligible for free energy savings products!
SPACE HEATING EQUIPMENT INCENTIVES
If your existing primary heating system is electric (of any kind including heat pumps), oil, or gas (natural gas or propane) then you must move up the Efficiency Hierarchy or move to a more efficient system in your category.
|EFFICIENCY HIERARCHY||PRIMARY HEATING SYSTEM|
|Most Efficient||Geothermal heat pump|
|⇧||Air source heat pump|
|⇧||Electric resistance heating* (i.e. electric baseboard)|
Whatever your existing fuel source, you are eligible for incentives towards biomass heating options.
|Wood or pellet boiler or furnace, Pellet stove, Wood stove|
If your existing heating system uses wood or pellets, then you must purchase a more efficient system or any qualifying system from the Efficiency Hierarchy. Installations must meet all applicable codes.
*Note: Incentives are not offered for electric resistance heating; it is shown in the table to illustrate what systems electric resistance (baseboard) users can upgrade to.
|ELIGIBLE PRIMARY UPGRADE||GOOD
(0-1 PRIMARY UPGRADES)
(2 PRIMARY UPGRADES)
(3+ PRIMARY UPGRADES)
|Geothermal heat pump
|Geothermal heat pump
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