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MASSCEC commits $30million for cost-effective heating and cooling systems

Stella Ng'oma 0 Ratings 4 Discussions 2 Group posts

Posted by: Stella Ng'oma // Green building enthusiast

A positive development by Massachusetts Clean Energy Center(MassCEC) to promote use of high efficiency clean heating and cooling systems, and support the growing clean energy industry.

Through a partnership with Massachusetts Department of Energy, MassCEC has been providing rebates for between $750 and $12,500 to home and business owners that install high efficiency heating and cooling systems.

So I am just curious, how does one actually qualify for these rebates? At what point does a home or business owner seek this funding? What are the actual thresholds to qualify for rebates for both home owners and commercial property owners?

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