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The Home Energy Market Value Performance (Home MVP) Pilot offers incentives to help Massachusetts residents reduce their home energy use, energy bills, and greenhouse gas emissions while improving home comfort and performance. This Guide will walk you through how the program works and how you can apply.
DOER is excited to fund a new approach to residential energy efficiency services for homes in 1-4 unit buildings. The Home Energy Market Value Performance Pilot (Home MVP) is working with a select group of home improvement contractors to provide incentives for comprehensive home energy improvements. Experienced contractors will offer home improvements tailored to the needs of your home to improve comfort and home value while also reducing energy use and achieving significant bill savings. DOER is supporting this approach based on the complementary goals of reducing energy, increasing economic and health benefits, and helping Massachusetts achieve its climate goals by reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with homes.
Although the statewide energy efficiency program, called Mass Save®, continues to be very successful in providing energy efficiency services to thousands of Massachusetts residents, based on feedback from energy efficiency service providers, contractors, and other stakeholders, DOER is piloting a complementary approach through Home MVP. Under Home MVP:
Massachusetts homes with up to four units are eligible to participate. Residents who are renters must get permission from their landlord to make building improvements. Households that are eligible for full subsidy from the Mass Save low‐income program are not eligible for Home MVP.
Projects that include non‐energy home improvements (such as a remodeled kitchen or bathroom) are eligible provided that costs are appropriately allocated to energy and non‐energy improvements. In addition, the project must demonstrate a reduction in total energy usage based on energy modeling performed by a participating contractor.
In addition to the contractor incentive based on estimated project savings, residential customers also remain eligible for Mass Save® rebates for high efficiency heating and cooling equipment, as well as rebates from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center for solar thermal, cold climate heat pumps, modern wood heating, and geothermal systems. Customers are also eligible for incentives for solar photovoltaic panels.
Financing for qualified energy efficiency or renewable energy technology is available under DOER’s MVP Loan. This loan product is a 0% interest loan for up to seven years and is offered through a lender network of Massachusetts banks and credit unions.
The MVP Loan is available for the following technologies:
The following technologies are not eligible for financing under the MVP loan:
If you are interested in participating in Home MVP, contact a participating contractor from the list below.
MA Service Territory
A. A. Arden, LLC
American Installations, LLC
Calnan's Energy Systems, Inc.
The Energy Monster (Energy Hog)
Energy Savers Home Performance
Progressive Energy Services, LLC
The Energy Store, LLC
Being listed as a participating contractor does not constitute an endorsement by either DOER or CLEAResult (DOER has contracted with CLEAResult to manage Home MVP).
For more information on the Home MVP, please contact Lawrence Masland or by phone at (617) 626-7337.