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The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center announced this week that $30 million will be put in a fund to help homeowners and businesses convert to clean, cost-effective heating and cooling systems.
The Clean Heating and Cooling program provides rebates of between $750 and $12,500 to home and business owners who install high-efficiency clean heating and cooling systems.
The systems eligible for the rebates include air- and ground-source heat pumps, which use air or ground temperatures to heat and cool buildings and central biomass boilers, which burn renewable organic material rather than traditional fossil fuels.
More detail here.