MassCEC and DOER are currently accepting community proposals for the HeatSmart Mass pilot program, with a goal of selecting up to 4 communities or groups of communities. Interested communities should review the request for proposal documents found here. Completed applications should be submitted to HeatSmartMass@masscec.com.
HeatSmart Massachusetts (HeatSmart Mass) seeks to increase the adoption of small-scale clean heating and cooling technologies in participating communities through a competitive solicitation process that aggregates homeowner buying power to lower installation prices for participants.
All towns and cities in Massachusetts are eligible to apply.
Individuals interested in participating in the program must own property located in a community that is running an active HeatSmart Mass program.
Communities with High Cost Heating Fuels
While all towns and cities in Massachusetts are eligible to apply, households with high cost heating fuels (oil, electric resistance, and propane) will see the highest cost savings for switching to clean heating and cooling. Review this map to see the number of households in your community that heat with high cost heating fuels.