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Demand Response for Home Battery Storage

Earn rewards and lower carbon emissions by enrolling your home battery storage system in Eversource's ConnectedSolutions.

Home batteries can help you store clean energy generated by a home solar system, or simply provide backup energy in case you need it.

By enrolling in the ConnectedSolutions Demand Response program, you will be rewarded for allowing Eversource to use the energy stored in your battery at times of high demand.

Incentives for home batteries are based on the average kilowatt (kW) used per event, averaged over the season. All events will occur between 3 and 8 p.m. If there is an extreme weather event in the forecast, we will not draw energy from your battery.

Incentive per average kW used$275
Season DatesJune 1- September 30
Number of Events30-60
Event Duration3 hours
Timing3 - 8 p.m.

Qualified Partners 

Your battery or inverter must be from an approved manufacturer. Visit our FAQ page or click below to learn more.

Yearly Earnings

How much you earn is based on the average kW your battery contributes per event. A typical home battery could contribute an average of 5 kW per event. This would earn $1,375 per year.

Different batteries can contribute different amounts during events, and your battery must perform in accordance to your interconnection agreement. Additionally, some manufacturers may collect a portion of the incentive payment. Please contact your battery manufacturer or installer for more information about your battery's expected contribution and what, if any, portion of the incentive they collect.

Get Enrolled

Contact your installer to get your battery enrolled in the program.

Financing Options

Home batteries and installation costs are eligible for 0% financing through the Mass Save® HEAT loan sponsored by Eversource.

Learn more and apply for a HEAT Loan

SMART Program and Demand Response

If your battery is connected to a home solar PV system you can also earn incentives from the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program administered by the state of Massachusetts.

SMART requires that your battery be discharged to the grid 52 times a year to earn incentives, and discharges through ConnectedSolutions count toward this requirement.

Learn more about the SMART Program

Frequently Asked Questions

Like to know more? We have answers to common questions about the ConnectedSolutions Battery Storage Demand Response program.

View FAQs

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