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. Property owners may also be eligible based on your or your tenants’ income.
*To see if you might qualify as low-income click here.
These upgrades may include:
- Insulation and air sealing
- Heating and cooling upgrades or replacements, including heat pumps
- High-efficiency appliance upgrades
- Energy and water saving devices, such as:
- Programmable thermostats
- High-efficiency shower heads and faucet aerators
- LED light bulbs
- Advanced power strips
- Covering the full cost of some upgrades or repairs that are necessary before installing recommended insulation or other energy service upgrades
The Sponsors of Mass Save have partnered with the Massachusetts Community Action Program (CAP) Agencies and Low Income Energy Affordability Network (LEAN) to provide these upgrades at no cost.
There are additional energy assistance programs available through the local CAP agencies and Mass Save Sponsors, including:
- Discounted gas and electric rates
- Fuel Assistance (winter heating season)
- Assistance paying overdue gas and electric bills
- Other non-energy related assistance programs
For residents in Springfield, West Springfield, and Pittsfield, sign up at www.masssave.com/egs.
If you live in other cities in MA, contact your local Community Action Program:
- Springfield Partners at Weatherization – Springfield Partners for Community Action
- Berkshire Community Action Committee at: bcacinc.org
Call: (413) 445-4503
- Community Action Pioneer Valley at communityaction.us
Call: (413) 774-2318
Renters and owners of 1-4 unit buildings where 50% or more of households living in the building qualify as low-income qualify for Income Eligible Programs.