Incentives & Rebates

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Princeton Municipal Light Department saves our residential and commercial/industrial ratepayers money and energy with Incentive and Rebate Programs through our alliance with NEXTZERO and others—including our latest program: "Connected Homes". See Rebates/Incentives below for more details.

Get started with a Free Home Energy Assessment. Call the Toll-Free Hotline: 888-333-7525 to schedule it today, performed by The Center for EcoTechnology (CET) and NEXTZERO. CET helps people and businesses save energy and reduce waste. For more than 40 years, the non-profit organization has worked with partners throughout the region to help transform the way they live and work for a better community, economy, and environment. CET "makes green make sense". Learn more about CET.

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT EV CHARGERS: PMLD is always concerned with your power quality and reliability. Installing an EV Charger will put an additional load onto the distribution system and could cause a power quality issue. Please let PMLD know if you have installed an EV Charger, or are planning to install one. PMLD will inspect your transformer and upgrade it if necessary, at no cost to you.

NEW! PMLD's Commercial & Industrial Program

We now offer attractive Rebate, Incentive and Energy Audit opportunities for Commercial and Industrial customers, including a new Prescriptive HVAC Program. Learn more online, in our PDF Flyer, or by calling NEXTZERO at 413-308-1311.

SOLAR &
"CONNECTED HOMES"

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PMLD parters with NEXTZERO and others, who offer a wide array of Rebates and Incentives to assist you with the costs of implementing a variety of energy efficiency measures.

PMLD is now offering a new program: “Connected Homes”. With Connected Homes, Princeton residential customers can better manage your smart WiFi-connected devices in your home and save money, while reducing your carbon footprint.

download  Connected Homes Program Introduction PDF
download  Connected Homes Overview Flyer PDF
download  Connected Homes 3 Reasons to Enroll Flyer PDF
Read "Now Enrolling Connected Homes Thermostats" Read "WiFi Thermostat Incentives"

More information about Connected Homes.

EV CHARGER & VEHICLE INCENTIVES & REBATES

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Monitor and Control Charging of Your EV from your Smartphone with Scheduled Charging.

Princeton Municipal Light Department (PMLD) has partnered with its energy efficiency program manager, Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company, (MMWEC), to provide a free or discounted WiFi-equipped Level 2 residential electric vehicle charger to customers signing on to the NextZero Scheduled Charging Program.


Vehicle Type EV Charger Incentive
Full Electric Vehicle Free
PHEV with less than 15 kWh Battery Capacity $200 Off
PHEV with 15 kWh Battery Capacity or Greater $300 Off
ENROLL EV CHARGER ENROLL PHEV CHARGER

MORE FLYERS & LINKS

download 5 Reasons to Drive an Electric Vehicle Flyer
download EV Resources Flyer
download See if your EV Model qualifies
external link to US Dept. of Energy Vehicle Cost Calculator Compare different EV Models

Have questions about EV Charger Incentives & Rebates? Email ev@mmwec.org or call 1-413-589-0141 to speak with an EV Program Analyst. Contact your local dealer(s) regarding Electric Vehicle discounts and rebates.

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