MassCEC Announces Wood Stove ChangeOut at Enchanted Fireside

MassCEC Announces Wood Stove ChangeOut at Enchanted Fireside

Read the article on

 Massachusetts Wood Stove Change-Out Program Instant Rebates $500 – $3000

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), with support from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Energy Resources, visited Enchanted Fireside on March 27 to launch the 2017 Wood Stove Change-Out Program.   The program offers financial incentives to assist Massachusetts residents in replacing non-EPA-certified wood stoves with cleaner, more efficient wood or pellet stoves.  Watch the Charter TV3 news video below and scroll down to learn more.

All Massachusetts residents currently operating a non-EPA certified wood-fired stove or fireplace insert are eligible to apply for instant rebates of $500 – 1750 off the cost of replacing their existing stoves. Mid-to-low-income applicants who meet certain requirements are eligible for instant rebates up to $3,000.

MassCEC Announcement 1


MassCEC Announcement 3

Making the big announcement!


From left, Casey Harvell, Dir. of Public Policy, American Lung Association Northeast;

Karen DiVerdi, Owner, Enchanted Fireside;

Stephen Pike, CEO Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC);

Martin Suuberg, Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

Homeowners may apply at Enchanted Fireside.


The instant rebates apply to the purchase and installation cost of a new wood- or pellet-fired stove or fireplace insert that meets the program’s stove performance standards.The application period will be open through July 31, 2017.To apply and learn more, visit Enchanted Fireside.

MassCEC Announcement 2
Old, non-EPA Certified Wood StoveOld, non-EPA certified wood stoves are those legally manufactured before July 1, 1988 (when EPA began to require certification). Many of these stoves have metal, not glass doors.