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SHELD Solar Thermal Rebate Program (2011)

Submitted by Dan Fernandez on March 14, 2012

This brochure was created by The Home Energy Loss Prevention Service (HELPS), which provides energy assessment services to Massachusetts customers of The Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC). It details the objectives and design of the South Hadley Electric Light Department (SHELD) solar thermal rebate program, which was created by the Massachusetts town of South Hadley. More information on solar thermal incentives can be found here.

SHELD is a municipal utility which has been locally owned and controlled by the town of South Hadley, Massachusetts since the early twentieth century. When the town decided it wished to promote the use of solar thermal water heating, they created this incentive to help homeowners defray the initial cost of installation. The rebate covers up to $3,500 or 25% of system of the installation costs of the system.

Author: The Home Energy Loss Prevention Service (HELPS)

Date: 2011

Pages: 2

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