Energy Services

Energy Conservation

NSCAP can help income-eligible people conserve energy in their homes and save money on heating fuel, cooling, and electricity costs through the programs listed in the “Eligibility” section below.

Eligibility

Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program

This program is federally funded and is designed to help you save money on your heating and cooling costs and to make your home healthier, safer, and more comfortable. A home energy assessment is done by a NSCAP Project Coordinator, and all work is done by professional, insured contractors. Conservation measures may include attic and wall insulation and air sealing. If you are eligible for fuel assistance, you may qualify for this program. Homeowners and renters may qualify.

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National Grid Weatherization Assistance Program

This program is funded by National Grid for National Grid customers. Conservation measures may include attic and wall insulation, air sealing, and heating system replacements. If you are receiving the low-income discount rate (R-2 Electric or R-4 Gas), you may qualify for this program. Homeowners and renters may qualify.

National Grid Appliance Management Program

This program is funded by National Grid. AMP is designed to provide education about your electric usage. A NSCAP Energy Manager will assess your home’s electric usage and install new LED light bulbs throughout your home. Your inefficient refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, washing machines, and dehumidifiers may qualify for replacement with new energy-efficient appliances. Homeowners and renters may qualify.

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ELECTRIC Discount Rate Application:
GAS Discount Rate Application:
HEARTWAP

This program is federally-funded by the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. It is an emergency program to help homeowners who are eligible for Fuel Assistance repair or replace heating systems that meet State criteria. Homeowners and renters who have an eligible landlord who lives in the building may qualify.

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Peabody Municipal Light Plant and Danvers Electric

Peabody Municipal Light Plant and Danvers Electric provide support and supplement these programs for Peabody and Danvers residents.

How to Access

If you are interested in any of these programs or have any questions, please contact NSCAP:

Address:
119 Rear Foster Street, Building 13, Peabody, MA 01960
Phone:
978-531-0767 ext. 118
Fax:
978-531-1012
Email:
info@nscap.org
About NSCAP

NSCAP provides social services that enable low-income families and individuals to obtain the skills and knowledge they need to become economically self-sufficient, civically engaged, and to live in dignity and decency.

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119 Rear Foster Street, Building 13
Peabody, MA 01960

978-531-0767

978-531-1012