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Over the extended Memorial Day weekend, from May 22 through May 27, some of our regular services and bill payment options will be temporarily unavailable due to a system update.  As always, we’ll continue to respond to electric emergencies 24 hours a day. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Ground-Source (Geothermal) Heat Pumps

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A greater way to heat and cool your home.

Maximize your home's comfort and energy efficiency while reducing your carbon footprint by upgrading to a new ground-source heat pump. Also called a geothermal heat pump, these all-in-one systems are the most efficient choice for upgrades and new builds. Ground source heat pumps extract heat from the ground during cold weather and distribute it throughout your home. During warmer months, this process is reversed to provide cooling. This system is the most efficient type of heat pump and can be a great option for properties with sufficient outdoor space.

When properly installed by a heat pump installer network contractor, a ground-source heat pump can reduce energy use by 30-60 percent. That's because it transfers heat instead of converting it from fossil fuel.

Need help determining the heat pump system that might be best for your home? Talk to a heat pump installer network contractor or schedule a no-cost heating and cooling consultation with one of our Mass Save Heating and Cooling Specialists. .

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Exclusive incentives save you money on installation.

This versatile and eco-friendly heating and cooling system is an excellent choice for new builds or whole-home upgrades.

Rebates up to $15,000

Heat your home with oil or propane?

Now is a great time to take advantage of exclusive incentives on high-efficiency heat pumps. With geothermal heat pumps, you can save up to $15,000 in rebates with even more support available to income-qualified customers. Plus, you may qualify for additional tax credits.

To get started, contact a heat pump installer network contractor to see which all-in-one heat pump system is right for your home.

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Already installed a solar panel system?

You've already reduced your carbon footprint by installing solar panels. Now, take the next step by installing a heat pump, which is an all-in-one solution for heating and cooling. Combining a heat pump with your solar panels means lower cost, clean heating and cooling all year round.

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Heat Pump Mythbusters

Fact - Actually, there are generous incentives as well as 0% financing available right now to help make this energy-efficient upgrade more affordable. Incentives vary based on the type and size of heat pump. You may also qualify for additional federal tax credits.

Fact - Even in cold climates, next-generation heat pumps are efficient, reliable and highly effective at heating your home-allowing you to eliminate your old fossil-fuel system.

Fact - Truth is, no home is too old for a heat pump system. Nonducted homes can take advantage of ductless solutions like mini-split heat pumps-or be retrofitted to accommodate ducted alternatives like central air-source or ground-source heat pumps.

Fact - When space is limited, a vertical geothermal loop system of underground pipes may be a great ground-source heat pump option. Your contractor can help you find a solution that's right for your home.

Fact - Considering a geothermal loop doesn't have to mean committing to a lengthy construction period. The actual loop installation can take as few as two days to complete, followed by years of comfort and energy efficiency!

Heat pump installation: How does it work?

Download this PDF to get an in-depth look at what to expect when you install a high-efficiency heat pump.

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Other types of heat pumps

From to central air-source to mini-splits, heat pumps come in many different shapes and sizes.

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