Pittsfield Residents:

Join your neighbors and help reduce the community’s collective energy usage.

Referral Code: PITTSFIELD

The City of Pittsfield has an ambitious goal to reduce its energy usage by 20% this year. The city-led outreach effort aims to empower residents and business owners to contribute to the reduction goal. The initiative provides resources for businesses, property owners, and residents to increase their energy efficiency with little or no up-front costs. Increasing energy efficiency will shrink your carbon footprint with the immediate benefits of reduced energy bills and an increased level of comfort in your home or business. (Note: Customers of Berkshire Natural Gas must contact Mass Save directly to arrange their home energy assessment)

What to Expect from a Home Energy Assessment

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We’ll work with your utility provider to get approval for the Home Energy Assessment. If we need more information from you for the approval, we’ll call you within 24 hours.

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Your Home Energy Specialist will be at your home or will call you at your scheduled time and will begin your Assessment. (Virtual takes 90 minutes and in-person can be up to 2-3 hours.)

You will learn how your home consumes and loses energy and you’ll receive a custom home energy report, along with other recommendations to save like insulation or air sealing upgrades.

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You get access to all eligible benefits like 75-100% off insulation, 100% off air sealing, 0% financing, up to $2,750 in HVAC rebates, and no-cost items. All rebates are applied upfront.

Do You Qualify?

You must live in Massachusetts and be a customer of National Grid or Eversource

You can only have an assessment once every three years.
You must live in a single-family home or building with 4 units or fewer.
If you are on fuel payment assistance, you will need to contact Mass Save at 1-866-527-SAVE (7283).

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