In addition to the following changeout programs, there is a federal tax credit that provides $300 for purchasing a biomass stove that is at least 75 percent efficient. See HPBA’s website for more information about what qualifies, how to claim the credit, and what consumers need to know. Here’s a link to HPBA website with the tax credit information.
There is also a consumer one-pager designed for retailers to print out and keep in their stores. It can be downloaded from that main tax credit page, but it can be found directly, here.
Efficiency Maine Low-Interest Loans Program - Varying loan amounts for qualifying wood and pellet stoves, pellet boilers and furnaces. Click here for more information.
Efficiency Maine Residential Home Energy Savings Program - Residents of Maine are eligible. Rebate is 1/3 the cost (up to $6,000) to purchase a qualifying pellet boiler or furnace. More information here.
CLOSED, but may be renewed in 2021 - Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) Changeout
Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF) Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program for Advanced Wood Pellet Heating Systems
New York State Pellet Stove Incentive Program
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