Energy Rebates

The efforts you make to be more energy efficient are rewarding:
you may even earn a rebate!

The online rebate forms below provide more value from energy efficiency.

Electric Vehicle Incentives

If you are considering a Chevy Bolt or Nissan Leaf zero-emissions electric vehicle, SHELD can connect you to incentives to greatly reduce your costs. There are a lot of details, so it's important that you read the documents carefully, but you could save more than $10,000 off the vehicle MSRP!

In addition to incentives towards the vehicles themselves, you may also qualify for a rebate for installation of a home charging station, a value of roughly $600.

Chevy Bolt incentive information (PDF)
Home charging station rebate information (PDF)
EV Fun Facts (PDF)
EV Charging 101 (PDF)
2019 Nissan Leaf Incentive (PDF)

New Rebate Program: Home MVP

The Massachusetts Department of Energy is introducing a temporary pilot program that you may qualify for. The Home MVP program can help residents offset the costs of approved energy improvements performed by qualified contractors.

SHELD Rebates HELPS Flyer (PDF)

Download the Home MVP flyer (PDF) to learn more about this state-administered program. This is a pilot program, so it is only temporary — learn more today.

More About Muni HELPS

SHELD is proud to be a partner in a state-wide program known as Home Energy Loss Prevention Services, or HELPS.

SHELD General HELPS Flyer (PDF)
General HELPS Flyer (PDF)

To learn more about the program overall, visit the Muni Helps website.

If you prefer to download an application and complete by hand, you can download a PDF of the rebate you wish to apply for:

• Energy Star appliances (PDF)
• High-efficiency central air / heat pumps (PDF)
• Smart thermostat (PDF)
• Installation of measures recommended in home energy audit (PDF)

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