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Home Energy Saving Tips

  • Ways to Start Saving Today
    Recognizing that many of us are spending more time at home, we’ve created a comprehensive list of easy ways for you to cut your energy costs by making your home more energy efficient.

  • Heating and Cooling
    Both heating and cooling can have a big impact on your comfort—and your budget. Discover how to make them work better in your home.

  • Insulation and Air Sealing
    To save up to 20% on heating and cooling costs, make sure all ceilings, roofs, exterior walls, and wall cavities are adequately insulated.

  • Lighting
    Lighting can make up 50 percent of a commercial building’s energy bill, but it is also one of the easiest things to change. LED and CFL light bulbs use 75 percent less energy, saving up to $200 for every five bulbs replaced. 

  • Water Heating and Conservation
    Conserve water and lower your energy bills with water heater upgrades and low-flow showerheads.


The MassSave program can help just about everyone in Massachusetts save money on energy bills, including homeowners, renters and landlords.  It offers incentives on energy efficient appliances, including Energy Star-certified appliances, as well as free energy assessments, courtesy of a certified energy specialist.   MassSave also provides a series of rebates, discounts, and loans for energy efficient products in Massachusetts homes.