Danfoss announces participation in utility incentive programs in Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Danfoss utility incentive programs

Danfoss announces participation in utility incentive programs in Massachusetts and Rhode Island

By: Danfoss

Select Danfoss High-Efficiency Condensing Units (HECU) have been chosen to be a part of participating state utility incentive programs in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Danfoss’ refrigeration HECUs meet strict design qualification requirements for the incentive programs implemented by Energy Solutions on behalf of the sponsors of Mass Save® and National Grid Rhode Island. The incentives take the form of rebates issued at the time of the HECUs’ sale. The HECUs are available via MARS, Danfoss master distributor, to their participating distributors/wholesalers.

These incentive programs are great for all involved: contractors will save on component costs, end-users will save on their energy bill, wholesalers will be able to increase sales by advertising the savings from the rebate program, utilities will be able to reduce load demand, and everyone who participates will be able to provide an efficient solution, reduce energy consumption, and do something good for the environment.

“We are happy to participate in this incentive program and support state initiatives that align with our own focus of efficiency and sustainability,” says Joel Eggart, Wholesale Director, Danfoss North America.

Danfoss engineers advanced technologies that enable us to build a better, smarter and more efficient tomorrow. In the world’s growing cities, we ensure the supply of fresh food and optimal comfort in our homes and offices, while meeting the need for energy-efficient infrastructure, connected systems and integrated renewable energy. Our solutions are used in areas such as refrigeration, air conditioning, heating, motor control and mobile machinery. Our innovative engineering dates back to 1933 and today Danfoss holds market-leading positions, employing 27,000 and serving customers in more than 100 countries. We are privately held by the founding family. Read more about us at www.danfoss.com.

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