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For Homeowners, Renters, and Landlords

Renters, owners and landlords of single-family homes, apartments or condos in buildings with 1-4 units can save energy and money, starting with a no-cost Home Energy Assessment.
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Small Business (or mixed use buildings) Assessments

Get a no-cost virtual or in-person energy assessment for your small business, nonprofit or house of worship.
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High-Efficiency Heating and Cooling Upgrades

Owners of single-family homes, apartments and condos in 1-4 unit buildings may be eligible for rebates to upgrade to high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment.
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Income Eligible Programs

If you live in a single family home or 2-4 unit building and you qualify as low-income*, you may be eligible for energy-saving upgrades that can lower your monthly energy bills and make your home more comfortable at no cost.
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Multi-Family Energy Assessments

Property owners or managers of residential buildings with more than 5 units can request a Mass Save Multi-family Energy Assessment at no cost. The rebates and incentives available for energy efficiency upgrades can increase your property value...
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is ener-g-save still helping people get audits? What is the relationship between ener-G-save and state-wide utility programs? And more...
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