Electric Lawn Mowers

Thanks to funding from a generous Concord resident, the Concord Municipal Light Plant is offering a rebate for residents who replace gas-powered lawn mowers with new electrically-powered lawn mowers for residential use in Concord. The old mower must have been used at the residence in Concord. Residents may receive one $100 lawn mower rebate per household, distributed as an electric bill credit. Rebates are available for electric mowers purchased after 6/1/2022, while funds last.

Qualifying electrically-powered lawn care equipment:
          - Lawn mowers (push, self-propelled, or riding; can be corded or cordless)

NON-Qualifying electrically-powered lawn care equipment:
          - Trimmers
          - Blowers
          - Clippers
          - Weed-wackers

Before applying for the rebate, the gas mower must be emptied of fuel, oil, and antifreeze (if applicable) and brought to Concord Light.  Schedule a date and time for this beforehand with Joshua Cook, Maintenance & Inventory Coordinator, at JCook@concordma.gov.  He will give you instructions on dropping off your old mower at the CMLP Deliveries door (see map below).  Please fill out, print, and sign your Gas Mower Trade-in Form and bring it to your appointment with Josh.  Leave your old mower with Josh and take your Gas Mower Trade-In Form, approved by Josh, to submit with your online rebate application.  

You will need pdf soft copies of your receipt and Gas Mower Trade-in Form to upload with your rebate application via the orange 'Apply' button at the bottom of this page.  If you don't have a scanner to make soft copies of your paperwork, you can use a cell phone camera or come to the CMLP front desk to ask our staff to scan the paperwork for you. 

Lawn Mower Rebate Map to Deliveries Door

Rebate applications must be submitted via this link within 90 days of purchase.  A copy of the receipt or invoice, showing date of equipment purchase, as well as the Gas Mower Trade-in Form signed by CMLP, must accompany the application.


Please contact Pamela Cady, Energy Specialist, at
(978) 318-3149 or pcady@concordma.gov.