Heat Pump Assessment Program

Considering a heat pump for your home, but don’t know where to start? Schedule a heat pump assessment.

The NextZero Heat Pump Assessment Program provides Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operations (SELCO) customers with free expert advice and assistance with choosing a system that is optimally suited for their home.

Through the Center for EcoTechnology (CET), MMWEC’s energy audit provider, customers of SELCO can schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with an independent heat pump expert to learn how the technology works, understand how heat pumps can reduce home heating costs, and receive guidance on using heat pumps for supplementary or whole-home heating. This assessment will ensure that the heat pump size and configuration is optimized for the customer’s home and heating and cooling goals, helping to avoid the risk of an oversized or undersized system and outsized bills.

If customers decide to purchase a heat pump after the heat pump assessment, they are eligible for heat pump rebates from SELCO. 

Customers who are interested in the Heat Pump Assessment Program can go to CET’s website for more information or call (888) 333-7525 to schedule an assessment.

Rebates and Savings

SELCO offers rebates for heat pump purchases through the Heat Pump Rebate program. Look at the tables below to see the equipment specifications that qualify for rebates. Additional program rules may apply. 

Heat PumpSEEREERHSPFCOPTier I RebatesTier II Rebates
Air Source Heat Pump (Including Mini-Splits)≥16N/A≥9.0N/A$1,000/ton$2,000/ton
Ground Source Heat PumpN/A≥20N/A≥3.5$1,500/ton$3,000/ton


Heat PumpSEER2EER2HSPF2COPTier I RebatesTier II Rebates
Air Source Heat Pump (Including Mini-Splits)≥15.3N/A≥7.65N/A$1,000/ton$2,000/ton
Ground Source Heat PumpN/A≥19.2N/A≥3.5$1,500/ton$3,000/ton

*Maximum rebate of $10,000 per address. SEER= Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, EER= Energy Efficiency Ration, HSPF= Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, COP= Coefficient of Performance

Additional Information

Want to learn more about heat pumps and how the devices work? Read the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) air source heat pump guide.