New home construction
Get $10,000 when you construct an energy-efficent new home that performs 60% better than the 2015 National Building Code.
Get $5,000 when your newly constructed energy-efficient new home performs 50% better than code.
Commercial energy rebates
Get a 25% to 75% rebate on energy-efficiency upgrades.
- First Nations government-owned; and
- municipal buildings.
Upgrades that reduce energy use and carbon emissions include:
- smart thermostats;
- boilers and furnances;
- heat pumps;
- biomass heating systems;
- air conditioning;
- heat-recovery ventilators (HRV);
- air sealing and insulation;
- LED lighting upgrades;
- solar photovoltaic (PV) and renewable energy systems; and
- other qualifying upgrades.
Get up to $8,000 for installing a heat pump in an existing home.
You can also get from $300 to $800 for installing a wood-based renewable heating system.
Check out other qualifying high-efficiency heating systems that use propane or oil.