Princeton Municipal Light Department
Need a free home energy assessment? Call 888-333-7525 to schedule your free assessment today!
ENERGY STAR® rebates are available on a variety of home equipment from air purifiers to heat pump water heaters. Click the “Apply Online” link or download the rebate form to see the full range of options and fill out your rebate application.
HELPS Home Efficiency Incentive Program is designed to assist the customer with the cost of installation for the most cost-effective measures recommended in a home energy audit. Those measures are shown on the energy audit report. We encourage you to proceed with the installation of those conservation measures that best suit your energy needs and are listed on your HELPS Home Energy Report.
– All new heating systems receiving an incentive must be ENERGY STAR® rated.
– Self-installation of insulation is not eligible for rebate.
General rule for cost-effective home efficiency: insulate and air-seal first. (Ask your auditor about how to find a qualified contractor.)
(Note: Audits are required prior to installation in order to receive rebates. Please read your utility’s application form carefully. Eligible measures may vary)
HELPS Cool Homes is a High Efficiency Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Rebate Program offered by participating municipal utilities. Click on the “Apply Online” link or look at the table below to find out more.
Considering purchasing a ductless mini split heat pump? Did you know Mitsubishi is offering customers from select municipal utility communities special pricing on the purchase of a cold climate heat pump? Projects with an installation date of January 1, 2021 or later are eligible and the offer goes through December 31, 2021 or until funds are exhausted. Eligible customers have the option of purchasing one or two single-zone devices for a $300 discount per device or one multi-zone device for a discount of $500. Visit HERE for more information or to start the application process.
IMPORTANT: System sizing and proper installation are critical to energy efficiency and home comfort. Prior to installation, your installer must perform a load (sizing) calculation that is “ACCA approved version 8 Manual J.”
In order to qualify for a rebate you must:
Princeton Municipal Light Department offers a free charger for fully electric vehicles (EVs) and either a $200 or $300 rebate for plug-in hybrids (depending on battery size).
*Please note, additional manufacturer discounts may be available for EV purchases. Please contact your local dealership to learn more.
HELPS Connected Homes Program leverages the technology of smart appliances and devices into cost savings for the light department and its customers. Customers agree to allow their light department to make brief, limited adjustments to their devices during times of peak electric demand and are rewarded with a quarterly incentive check. Check the chart below to find out if your smart device qualifies. Click the “APPLY ONLINE” link to learn more or to fill out an application.
*Customers previously enrolled in the HELPS EV Scheduled Charging Program are not eligible to enroll in Connected Homes until three years from date of enrollment in the Scheduled Charging Program.
**Google Nest thermostats will only be controlled between May 1 and September 30. The remaining devices will be controlled year-round. Google and Nest Thermostat are trademarks of Google LLC.
Interested in solar panels?
The Massachusetts Municipal Light Plant Solar Rebate Program allows residential customers of municipal light plants to apply for a rebate for the purchase, installation, and usage of PV solar panels on their homes.
The Princeton Municipal Light Department program includes a solar rebate of up to $1.20/watt, capped at $3,000 per system up to 5 kW. The rebate applies to first 5 kW; maximum project size is 25 kW. Eligible projects must have less than 20% shading, and face between 90 and 270 degrees. PMLD and DOER will each contribute $.60/watt.
Click HERE for more information or to apply.