Groton Electric Light Department

Groton Electric Light Department


Need a Free Home Energy Assessment? Call 888-333-7525 to schedule your free assessment today!

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Did you know that the Groton Electric Light Department participates in the HELPS Electric Vehicle and Charger Incentive programs?

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The Groton Electric Light Department is participating in a new rebate incentive that allows its customers to receive up to $1,100 off the cost of new mini-split heat pumps.

By partnering with Mitsubishi, GELD allows their customers to work with a Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor to install a heat pump. Heat pumps are an efficient and clean way to save money on your heating bills and can generate a savings of $900-$2,700.

Upon choosing a contractor, GELD customers automatically save $300-$600 off the price of the heat pump. After installation, contact GELD for your follow-up inspection and to receive your GELD rebate up to $500.

Customers have the option of purchasing one or two single-zone devices for a rebate of $300 per heat pump, or one multi-zone device for a rebate of $500.

Projects with an installation date of September 1, 2019 or later are eligible. This is a limited time offer through December 31, 2019 or until funds are exhausted. For more information, visit Groton Electric Light Department’s webpage HERE.




Interested in purchasing an electric vehicle? Save up to $15,000 off the cost of a new vehicle through dealer incentives!

Click on the flyers below to learn more about the dealer incentives for the Nissan LEAF, Nissan LEAF Plus, and Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle models.

Own an Electric Vehicle or Plug-in Hybrid EV? 

Participate in the Groton Electric Vehicle Charger Program and receive a discounted Level 2 charger!

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Call 1-413-589-0141 to speak with our EV program analysts

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