Creation Care — Massachusetts

Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Resources

Citizens of Massachusetts, congratulations! Your energy efficiency programs ranked in the top two in the nation for the past 10 years.

Energy Rebates and Incentives

General information and links to specific programs

https://www.mass.gov/guides/massachusestts-energy-rebates-incentives

Alphabetical list of Rebates/loans/incentives

All kinds of incentives/rebates/loans for individuals or businesses on energy audits, heat pumps, appliances, electric vehicles, and many other programs.

Weatherization services for low-income residents

https://www.mass.gov/service-details/weatherization-assistance-program-wap

Residential building energy audits

Homeowners, renters and property owners with rental units all get energy audits for free.   https://www.masssave.com/en/saving/energy-assessments/

Electric vehicles rebates

Links to state and federal rebate information for cars, trucks, fleets, charging stations:

If you are a house of worship or parsonage:

  • Contact the Massachusetts Interfaith Power and Light group which has a lot of advice for houses of worship or parsonages to save energy, do energy audits or more advanced energy efficiency solutions like weatherization, heat pumps, or solar. Go to the “ACT” page for advice and simple to more advanced solutions. They also can help with some funding and recommend quality MA. contractors.
  • Check out the National Interfaith Power and Light website, which has information for houses of worship going solar.

If you are retired clergy:

The Preachers' Aid Society of New England allows you to draw up to $15,000, over ten years in very low interests loans to help you make your retirement home more efficient. Many things from window shades to heat pumps and solar qualify. Learn more