Energy Incentives
Guide
August 9, 2022

Energy Incentives

Motivation for good - optimize facility performance through energy rebates.

New Construction

Ground up new construction and major renovations projects (change in facility type or down to the studs construction) qualify for the new construction (ECB) program. Projects ranging from 1,000 - 500,000+ SF projects are separated into 4 pathways depending on the project description. Incentives can only be received prior to the purchase of equipment and before the installation / operation of equipment. Early engagement is required for some pathways.

Mass Save | MA

Business incentives for new buildings and major renovations.

https://www.masssave.com/en/saving/business-rebates/new-buildings-and-major-renovations

Energize Connecticut | CT

Energy conscious blueprint.

https://energizect.com/your-business/solutions-list/Energy-Conscious-Blueprint

NHSaves | NH

Rebates and incentives for new equipment and construction.

https://nhsaves.com/learn/rebate/new-equipment-construction-program/

Retrofit Projects

Renovation projects that replace existing equipment that is operational and has at least 25% of its useful life remaining or upgrades and/or modifications of existing equipment that save energy. Any size project can pursue the program. Incentives can only be received prior to the purchase of equipment and before the installation and operation of equipment.

Mass Save | MA

Custom upgrade projects.

https://www.masssave.com/en/saving/business-rebates/custom-upgrade-projects

Energize Connecticut | CT

Energy opportunities.

https://energizect.com/your-business/solutions-list/Energy-Opportunities

NHSaves | NH

Rebates for commercial and industrial equipment retrofits.

https://nhsaves.com/learn/rebate/retrofits/

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