Cape Light Compact wants to decarbonize your home at no cost!
As of early 2023, Cape Light Compact received approval from the MA Department of Public Utilities (DPU) to move forward with the Cape & Vineyard Electrification Offering (CVEO). The program will offer incentives for home decarbonization measures, including heat pumps and electric stoves, as well as incentives for solar PV and possible battery storage. The goal of the program is to increase access to home electrification measures and clean energy to low- to moderate-income households.
Through the program, Cape Light Compact will serve a total of 100 homes on Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard. Participation requires removal of all fossil fuel equipment, including heating system, stove, and water heater.
The Compact is looking for qualifying participants who currently heat their homes with oil, propane, or electric resistance. Natural gas customers are not eligible for this program.
|Property & Household Qualifications
|# of Participants Needed
|Heat Pump Incentive
|Solar PV Incentive
|Battery Storage Incentive
|Property must be deed-restricted based on income or affordability
|Non-deed restricted properties: household qualifies as moderate-income based on SMI or AMI
|Finance with HEAT Loan
Notes: Only 25% of customers will receive batteries. These numbers may change as the Compact continues to implement the program.
*Maximum customer copay of $5,000.
If you're interested in participating, or would like more information, please fill out the form below or call 1-800-797-6699.
Not sure if you qualify? Submit the form and the Compact will be in touch.