Home energy efficiency rebates and incentives
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We aim to simplify the rebate process to ensure that you understand your options and access the rebates in the most efficient way possible.
Home energy efficiency rebates
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All provinces and municipalities have different home energy efficiency programs - each with different rebates and processes. Searching for, understanding and applying for the “right” rebates can be a confusing and time consuming task. We demystify the rebate programs and breakdown the incentives and process to ensure that you are armed with enough information to make the “right” choice and maximize your savings.
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Home improvement energy efficiency rebates and incentives
Please note that below is merely a general overview of energy efficiency programs by province. We provide our clients with the “Simple Savings” breakdown.
Efficiency BC - BC’s online hub for homeowners and businesses to access information, incentives and support to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in new and existing homes and buildings.
EfficiencyBC incentives are administered by BC Hydro, FortisBC and BC Housing but can be found using the BC Home Energy Coach
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: British Columbia
Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) - Government of Alberta agency responsible for helping the province save energy and administer energy efficiency programs
Home Energy Plan (HEP) - Rebates are based on the amount of energy saved following your renovation upgrades
Change Homes for Climate - City of Edmonton program includes solar incentive, EnerGuide rebates for home evaluations and labels and Change for Climate Guides (note: works in tandem with EEA programs)
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Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Alberta
Manitoba Hydro administers the residential energy efficiency programs and has a number of savings and rebates for energy efficient homes
New Homes Program offers rebates between $1500-$12,000 for construction of new energy efficient homes, with higher performing homes such as Net Zero and Passive House receiving higher amounts and 20% better than minimum code receiving the lower amount.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Manitoba
Transition énergétique Québec is responsible for administering a number of energy conversion and energy efficiency programs intended for the general public, companies, organizations and institutions.
Rénoclimat - is a government program that was introduced in 2007 to encourage owners to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.
Novoclimat is a new home program that helps consumers reduce their heating costs by at least 20% and guarantees superior comfort to its future occupants.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Quebec
NB Power is the delivery agent for New Brunswick’s energy saving programs.
Home Energy Savings Program offers money back on efficiency upgrades on everything from insulation and air-sealing to high efficiency central heating systems to windows, doors, and more.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: New Brunswick
efficiencyPEI provides programs, rebates and information for Islanders. If you are building a new home or planning upgrades to your existing home, efficiencyPEI can give you general advice on what energy saving upgrades you should be considering.
Home Energy Audit Program provides heavily discounted EnerGuide home evaluations.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Prince Edward Island
Efficiency Nova Scotia is the administrator of conservation and energy efficiency programs in Nova Scotia and offers many programs and benefits.
Home Energy Assessment portal provides links to rebates for insulation, systems, evaluations and more
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Nova Scotia
takeCHARGE is the administer of most energy efficiency programs which generally include partnerships between Newfoundland Power and Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro.
Residential rebates and programs - This site is a one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about energy efficiency in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Home Energy Savings Program (HESP) - provincial initiative designed to assist households with low income who consume 15,000 kWh of electricity annually in making energy efficient retrofits to their homes.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Newfoundland and Labrador
Energy Solutions Centre is the service arm of the Energy branch of the Government of Yukon and administers programs that support the development of energy efficiency in residential and commercial settings and promotes the development of Yukon's renewable energy resources.
Good Energy Program promotes energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy systems in Yukon homes and businesses. Here you will find all of the rebates available.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Yukon
Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) is a not-for-profit society that receives funding from the provincial Government and has a mandate “to help communities, consumers, producers, regulators and policymakers to work together to reduce the costs and environmental impacts of energy and utility services in the Northwest Territories."
Energy Efficiency Incentive Program (EEIP) was designed to provide rebates to homeowners and consumers who purchase new, more energy efficient models of products that they use every day.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Northwest Territories
Nunavut Housing Corporation delivers the Public Housing Program in all 25 Nunavut communities through close cooperation with our local partners.
Homeownership Assistance Program assists residents who can afford the costs of homeownership to secure and maintain their house.
Home Renovation Program (HRP) provides assistance to homeowners who wish to carry out major repairs, renovations and additions to their home to cover cost related to repairs and/or renovation including materials, freight, and labour.
Nunavut Climate Change Centre (NC3) is a web-based climate change resource centre intended to provide current climate change information relevant to Nunavummiut. It was developed by the Government of Nunavut’s (GN) Department of Environment.
Natural Resources Canada link to incentives: Nunavut
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