Skip to Main Content Skip to Sitemap

New Building and Major Renovation Solutions

Four paths to energy efficiency and zero net energy status for your commercial and industrial building projects.

Efficient design reduces energy usage and increases the value and comfort of a structure over the course of its lifetime.

When you connect with Eversource early in your project, you’ll harness the power of our expertise and technical support to optimize its efficiency and lower energy expense. Customers and their design teams can also take advantage of incentives to help cover incremental construction and design service costs.

We provide these options to help you reach or exceed your efficiency goals:

Path 1: Zero Net Energy (ZNE)/Deep Energy Savings

  • Solutions for buildings over square 20,000 feet
  • Comprehensive technical expertise and financial incentives for Zero Net Energy (ZNE), ZNE Ready, very low energy use intensity (EUI) and Passive House projects

Path 2: Whole Building EUI Reduction

  • Solutions for buildings over 50,000 square feet
  • Comprehensive technical expertise and financial incentives for meeting EUI reduction goals

Path 3: Whole Building Streamlined

  • Solutions for buildings between 20,000 - 100,000 square feet 
  • Comprehensive technical expertise and financial incentives for non-energy intensive projects

Path 4: Systems

  • Prescriptive rebates for incorporating energy equipment into projects involving buildings under 20,000 square feet

Email the expert that best matches your facility type: 

Sectors: K-12 schools, commercial real estate (office), large colleges and universities, office fit-outs

Sectors:  Hospitals, commercial real estate (multi-family), state and local government (non k-12 schools), manufacturing & data centers, grow facilities (including cannabis), affordable housing, residential new construction

Sectors: Biotech & labs, small-medium colleges and universities, hotel and assisted living, retail, projects in Eversource western MA territories and gas-only territories 

Or, for additional information on the paths, visit MassSave