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Multifamily Program

We can help make your buildings safer and smarter.

Incentives for keeping costs down and occupancy up.

Keeping apartment buildings, condominiums and housing complexes full while keeping overhead costs down is possible with the right energy upgrades—even during these times. We’re here to help you take advantage of the right programs and secure the incentives and expert guidance you need to ensure safe, healthy, cost-effective living environments.

Our program offers no-cost energy evaluations of your multifamily dwellings, as well as access to technical assistance and incentives for improving energy efficiency.

How to get started.

If you own or operate properties with five or more units in the Massachusetts territory, you can:

Call 800-594-7277

Featured programs for Massachusetts customers:

If you are a property owner or manager of low-income or affordable housing, our income-eligible program offers extra reimbursement and incentives for qualifying energy-efficiency projects. Regardless of whether your building is publicly or privately owned, you can qualify for no-cost upgrades if 50% or more of residents in the building are income qualified. You can simultaneously make your tenants happier by lowering their energy bills while improving the value of your investment. For more information call us at 1-888-633-7947 to learn about your options.

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In any normal year, making energy upgrades would be considered a standard operating expense for any multifamily property owner. However, the economic hardships brought on by the pandemic have changed all that. National Grid is helping owners navigate that challenge with a program that allows them to make needed upgrades at an affordable price—in some cases at no cost at all. Read on and see how.