Energy Savings Program
Renters, homeowners and landlords in buildings with 1-4 units can get a No-Cost Home Energy Assessment. Everyone in Massachusetts* contributes to this statewide program monthly on their utility bill, but to get the benefit, you have to request a no-cost home energy assessment.
During the assessment, you'll get:
1) Advice on energy-saving measures that you can implement in your home.
2) Eligible no-cost energy-saving measures such as:
3) Property owners may be eligible for additional discounts, such as:
*This program is funded by an energy efficiency charge on the utility bill of customers of Berkshire Gas, Blackstone Gas Company, Cape Light Compact, Columbia Gas, Eversource, Liberty Utilities, National Grid, Unitil. Customers served by these companies can participate.
If you live in a building with over 4 units, learn more about the multifamily building program here.
Not everyone can get solar panels on their roof, but whether you rent or own, you can get solar energy through community solar! When you sign up for community solar, you join a local solar farm and save money on your electric bill by buying credits from the farm at a discounted rate
By signing up for community solar, you support the development of solar energy AND save money on your electricity bill each month.
There is no cost to join and no installation on your property or roof required. Customers who join now stand to benefit from guaranteed savings for 20 years.
We are partnered with RelayPower, a company endorsed by the Massachusetts Sierra Club and with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, to connect you to community solar. Membership is currently available to all Massachusetts National Grid Electricity customers and Eversource electricity customers in Massachusetts.
All In Energy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission to advance an inclusive clean energy economy. We bring energy efficiency and renewable energy to underserved communities, while increasing job opportunities for diverse talent in the clean energy industry.