Danvers Electric Division


Danvers Electric Division (DED) is committed to providing high quality, reliable, and affordable services to its customers. Through the efforts of its dedicated employees and town officials, DED strives for operational and customer service excellence.

Energy Saving Rebates and Programs

Energy Assessment free DED pays 50% of cost
Refrigerators $100*  
Room Air Conditioners $45*  
Central Air Conditioning Units $115  
Electric Heat Pump Units $250 or $500 per system  
Dehumidifiers $25  
Hybrid Water Heater Heat Pump $300  
Wireless-Enabled/Smart Thermostats $50  
Programmable Thermostats (Non-WiFi) $25  
Riding Lawn Mower $150  
Push Lawn Mower $100  
String Edgers & Trimmers $150  
Hedge Trimmers $40  
Leaf Blowers $40  
Chain & Pole $50  
Pressure Washers $50  
Level 2 EV Chargers (240 V) $300  
Electric Peak Savings Program Entered to win a $25 bill credit Entered to win a $100 bill credit
*Proof of disposal must accompany the rebate application.



The Town of Danvers offers rebates on a variety of Energy Star appliances, Central ACs and Air Source Heat Pump systems (ducted and ductless mini-split). Your purchase and electric account must meet the terms & conditions and eligibility requirements outlined below to qualify for a rebate. 

For fastest processing:

Submit your application via the Rebate Application Portal. Enter your account & item information, upload required documents, and receive email notifications as your application moves through the process. For a preview of the portal application, consult the Danvers Appliance Rebate Application or Danvers ASHP & Central AC Application. You may also submit paper applications via mail but your processing time will be longer (processing time 10-12 weeks.) 

Rebate terms & conditions and item-specific information is below. Paper applications are available from Danvers’ town offices: Business Division, 2 Burroughs Street or DPW Admin Office at 1 Sylvan Street. 

Accountholder terms & conditions:

  • The maximum amount of rebates is $300 per year for appliances. Appliances include thermostats, window or room ACs, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, and heat pump water heaters.
  • The max amount for air source heat pumps and central AC systems is $2000. A system is defined by the number of outdoor units and ranges from $250 to $500 per unit, depending on the system’s efficiency ratings.
  • Electrical account must be active, residential, and in good standing.
  • Purchase must be installed at accountholder’s address.
  • Allow DED to inspect your installation if it deems necessary.
  • Purchase must be made within the current calendar year.
  • Applications for the current calendar year must be received at Energy New England by Jan. 31 of the following year.
  • Rebates are subject to available funds and can expire anytime.
  • DED can also terminate the program at any time it chooses.
  • DED assumes no liability whatsoever for your purchase, its installation, or performance.

Appliance/Heat Pump/Central AC requirements:

  • Thermostats, window or room ACs, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, and heat pump water heaters must be Energy Star certified. Certified products will show the Energy Star logo on the yellow Energy Guide label that is usually attached to appliances (dehumidifiers and clothes dryers don’t come with an energy guide label.) You will need to provide proof of Energy Star certification regardless of the label’s presence. Below are other sources of proof to include with your application.
    • Printed or uploaded screen shot of appliance model on the Energy Star product look-up website: https://www.energystar.gov/products/energy-star-most-efficient. Search your model by type, brand, and model number.
    • Online: Retailers usually provide a link to more detailed product specifications. But, retailers can be wrong. The best proof is the Energy Star logo on the Energy Guide or the Energy Star product look-up site.
  • Heat pumps and central AC systems must meet certain efficiency ratings: SEER*, HSPF,** and EER. If you are unfamiliar with these products, ask your installer to locate this information and list it on the itemized invoice.

*The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures a cooling system’s efficiency. A higher SEER number signifies higher system efficiency.

**The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) measures an air source heat pump’s efficiency . A higher HSPF number signifies higher system efficiency.


Save money. Save time. Save carbon.

Now is the time to make the switch from gasoline to electricity! Plug-in electric cars are fast, fun, affordable, and efficient. Compared to gasoline vehicles, electric vehicles (EVs) are less costly to operate and maintenance is cheaper and simpler.

Danvers Drives Electric is a local initiative designed to raise awareness about the benefits of replacing gasoline powered vehicles with EVs. Residents in Danvers are encouraged to test drive and experience the speed and power of EVs first hand. The Danvers Drives Electric website helps you access available rebates, take advantage of EV deals, and stay informed on the rapidly growing EV market.

Be a part of this important program. Schedule a test drive to see which car is the best fit for you!
Call 1-833-44-EV-ENE (1-833-443-8363) or visit the Danvers Drives Electric website to learn more. View current offers or schedule a no-obligation test drive today!

2020 Danvers EV Charger Rebate Application


Energy New England (ENE) provides conservation services for the customers of its partnering utilities. ENE’s highly trained and experienced Residential Energy Advisors can examine your home and identify heating, lighting, and weatherization opportunities to be more efficient and save money on your utility bills.

Call 888-772-4242 to schedule your Home Energy Assessment or signup online today.
For more information on how ENE can help you, please call 508-698-1208 or email solutions@ene.org.


Electricity use is highest in the summer when everyone is using their air conditioner or swimming pool to beat the heat. DED needs your help to keep its electrical systems running efficiently on the hottest summer days. Residents and businesses can sign up for the Electric Peak Savings Program by visiting PeakSavingsProgram.com. DED will send you an email alert the day before a peak event occurs. Click “YES” in the email to confirm that you’re participating.

For each verified reduction in your electricity use, DED will enter residents in a raffle for a 1 in 25 chance to win a $25 electric bill credit. Use DED’s How to Save plans to make the biggest impact! Businesses that successfully participate are entered into a raffle for a chance to win a $100 electric bill credit. See DED’s Save Energy Business for tips on how to use less energy.

For questions or additional information, please contact DED at 978-774-0005 and choose Option 2. Thanks for helping DED!