Mail-in rebates are available for ENERGY STAR certified central air conditioning systems and energy efficient heat pumps. Your contractor can help you identify what equipment is right for your home. For additional information, please visit the Mass Save website.
ENERGY STAR® Appliances and Electronics
Products bearing the ENERGY STAR® label use less energy than most other appliances and meet important quality and efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Energy. Look for the ENERGY STAR® label when purchasing your next major appliance or electronic.
Rebates on select appliances and electronics, like; advanced power strips, clothes washers, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, room air purifiers and televisions, may be available. Visit the Mass Save website for details.
Click here for a complete list of participating New Hampshire Appliance retailers.
Unitil is offering mail-in rebates on the purchase of a variety of ENERGY STAR® certified appliances; download the rebate forms below for more details.
Recycle that old, "basement" or "garage" refrigerator/freezer and get $30 from Unitil plus a no cost haul away. We'll take the old, energy hog appliance off your hands, you'll save energy/money and you'll enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that all of the components will be safely and responsibly recycled.
To participate, sign up online or call our vendor, ARCA Recycling, to schedule your pick-up: 1-877-889-4763.
ENERGY STAR® Lighting
Our residential ENERGY STAR lighting program works with local retailers to offer special in-store pricing on the purchase of energy saving ENERGY STAR certified lighting products. A typical ENERGY STAR rated compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL) lasts up to ten times longer than a standard incandescent light bulb and uses 75% less energy. Light emitting diode light bulbs (LEDs) use 80% less energy than standard incandescents. With improved lighting quality and easy replacement in your existing lamps and fixtures, it's never been a better time to switch to ENERGY STAR lighting products.
For more information, please view the Mass Save online lighting catalog.
Residential New Construction Program
The Unitil Residential New Construction Program is designed to promote energy efficient building design and construction practices.
ENERGY STAR® Homes / Residential New Construction Program
An ENERGY STAR® rated home is substantially more energy efficient than a standard home.
Developed by the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the ENERGY STAR® Homes Program is a nationwide effort to make new homes more energy efficient. As a sponsor of this program, Unitil can show you how to build and certify your new home to ENERGY STAR® specifications and earn financial incentives.
For more information, contact us directly at 800-852-3339 or via our contact form.
Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® / Home Weatherization Program
Unitil has partnered with ENERGY STAR to offer our customers the NH Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program. This fuel neutral weatherization program offers participants a comprehensive “whole house” assessment of their home. The assessment is an energy and safety evaluation of the home that includes a visual inspection of lighting and appliances as well as performance testing of the ventilation and mechanical systems, building tightness, and insulation levels that will result in recommended energy efficiency improvements. Based on recommendations made by your auditor, you may be eligible for a 50% rebate up to $4,000 to help you pay for these improvements. To confirm your eligibility and to complete an application, click here or call us directly: 800-852-3339. When verifying your eligibility, you will need at least one year of heating fuel bill history and the square footage of your home.
You may qualify for an interest free loan up to $7,500 to complete the energy efficiency improvements recommended from the "whole house" assessment.
Income-Eligible Home Energy Assistance
Unitil has partnered with the Massachusetts Association for Community Action (MASSCAP) and the Low Income Energy Affordability Network (LEAN) to offer qualifying households low income energy efficiency services. The statewide Mass Save Income-Eligible Energy Efficiency program provides no cost energy efficiency improvements to income-qualified households that make your home and appliances more energy efficient, reducing your total energy consumption and saving you money on your monthly utility bills.
Please call the Montachusett Opportunity Council for more information on weatherization services: 978-342-7025
Unitil has partnered with New Hampshire's Weatherization Assistance Network to offer our customers the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEA). This statewide program provides up to $8,000 in energy efficiency improvements to income-qualified households that may be especially vulnerable to increasing energy costs. All products and services provided by HEA are provided to qualified participants free of charge.
To find out if you qualify for weatherization services please call your local Community Action Agency directly:
Concord, NH area (Belknap/Merrimack) CAA: 603-225-3295
Seacoast, NH (Southern NH Services) CAA: 603-668-8010 or 800-322-1073