||Stove Rebate Change out Program
||Residential, low-income residential
- Pellet Stove: $1250-$1750
- Catalytic Woodstove: $1,000-$1250
- Non-Catalytic Woodstove: $500-$1500
- Fully Automated Wood Stove: $1500-$1750
- Low Income Residential: Pellet: $2500-$3000, Catalytic Woodstove: $2250-2500, Non-Catalytic: $1500-2750, Fully automated: $2750-$3000
- Assists eligible Massachusetts residents with the cost of replacing non-EPA certified wood-fired stoves with EPA-certified, low-emission woodstoves, pellet stoves, and fireplace inserts.
- Old stoves must be permanently removed from service and rendered inoperable.
- The stove professional is charged with the coordination of stove disposal and recycling and installing the new stove.
- Low-income residents earning less than 80% of the state median income are eligible for rebates ranging from $1,500 to $3,000.
- Standard residential customers who qualify for the program are eligible for rebates ranging from $500 to $1,750.
- Rebates will be available until program funding has been exhausted. $1.8 million of funds have been approved to support this program now, through 2019.
- Applications must be submitted by the stove professional completing the installation. See the program website and program manual for details and the complete application package.
||Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Address: 63 Franklin Street, 3rd Floor Boston, MA 02110
Phone: (617) 712-1109
Homeowners are eligible for a base rebate of up to $10,000, depending on system cost. To help cover the cost of thermal storage, MassCEC also offers a thermal storage adder up to $2,000. Residents qualifying for the Income-Based Rebate Adder can qualify for a total award of up to $16,500. For more information.