The Public Utilities Commission will provide a rebate payment of 40% towards equipment and installation cost, up to $10,000, for investments in residential high-efficiency (80% or greater), bulk-fuel fed wood-pellet central heating boilers and furnaces that are replacing a fossil fuel heating system.


Through its Clean Heating and Cooling program, MassCEC offers rebates of up to $12,000, based on system size, to eligible homeowners who install qualifying central wood pellet heating systems, which operate like traditional furnaces, but run on wood pellets.


Efficiency Vermont offers a rebate of $2000 per unit. Renewable Energy Resource Center offers a rebate of $2500 per unit with an additional $500 high performance adder.