Air Source Heat Pumps in Cambridge
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Incentives for air source heat pumps
Massachusetts has a host of incentives and rebates available to help decrease your investment for a solar hot water or air source heat pump system. Learn more about rebates available from Mass Save, or apply for the rebates here.
If you're installing solar hot water or air source heat pumps, you may be elgible for a 0% interest HEAT Loan from Mass Save to finance the projects. You can finance up to $25,000 of home energy efficiency upgrades. Find out more about the Mass Save's HEAT Loan program.
Solar hot water and air source heat pump systems installed in Massachusetts qualify for the Alternative Energy Certificate (AEC) program. With this program, non-emitting renewable technologies generate certificates based on their energy production for homeowners to sell to utilities. The revenue earned from these certificates will help you to further decrease your overall investment for solar hot water or air source heat pump installation. Learn more about AECs by visiting the Mass DOER website.
Should I go with a ducted, or ductless system?
Do you live in a multifamily building?
Cambridge has a unique housing stock, and many Cantabrigians live in shared buildings. If you live in a multifamily air source heat pumps are a good solution to heat and cool your home, but there are extra considerations to take. Learn more and chat with X company, who are experts in helping multifamilies with green heating and cooling options.
Cold climate air source heat pumps in Cambridge
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