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Mass Residential Home Water Heater Rebates

December 14, 2015


Connecting an indirect-fired water heater to an existing forced hot water heating system is one of the most efficient ways of heating hot water.

To help your customers take advantage of these rebates, learn about proper installation techniques and recommend indirect water heaters to customers with compatible heating systems.

Eligible Equipment:

Measure Efficiency Rebate (Up To)
On-Demand, Tankless Models (electronic ignition) 0.94 EF $800
On-Demand, Tankless Models (electronic ignition) 0.82 EF $500
Condensing Gas Water Heater (75 to 300 MBH) 95% TE or greater $500
Indirect Water Heater (attached to NG Hot Water Boiler) n/a $400
ENERGY STARĀ® Qualified Natural Gas Storage Water Heater 0.67 EF $100

If you find your customers don’t have a compatible heating system, recommend an on-demand water heater, a condensing gas water heater or an ENERGY STAR® qualified natural gas storage water heater to help them save more and use less.

Recommend high efficiency equipment to your customers so they can receive rebates directly from GasNetworks. Make sure to provide your customers with an invoice that includes the model number of the equipment installed, so they have the appropriate documentation for their rebate application.

How to Apply for a Rebate

Download and share the appropriate rebate application with your customers or let your Massachusetts customers know they can complete a rebate application online.

For questions about eligible equipment, call the GasNetworks Rebate Administrator at (800) 232-0672.


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