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Good Energy rebates

Get money back when you make energy-efficient choices for your home or business. From easy fixes to big changes.

Submit your applications electronically

Due to health advisories about the COVID-19 pandemic, we prefer that you submit your rebate applications electronically. Please email applications to and attach photos or scans of your documents. 
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Home-energy rebates

There are many ways to start improving your home’s energy efficiency. You can start with small or choose to make bigger changes. Each will help you save money and energy while making your home more comfortable.

Quick Start energy savers

Renters and home owners!

FREE easy-to-install items that reduce energy use and make your home more comfortable.

Get your kit today.

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Fridge retirement

Get $50 for your old refrigerator!

We will pick it up and dispose of it for you too!

Schedule your refrigerator pickup.

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ENERGY STAR® appliances

Get $65 to $300 off the cost of new ENERGY STAR appliances.

Check out qualifying appliances:

  • fridge;
  • freezers;
  • dish washers;
  • clothes washers; and
  • ventless dryers.

Apply for your rebate.

An ENERGY STAR freezer

Heating systems

Get $300 to $800 off the cost of new efficient heating systems.

Check out qualifying heating systems whether you heat with wood, propane or oil.

You can also get $1,500 off a cold-climate heat pump.

Apply for your rebate.

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Water-saving toilets

Get $65 when you replace your old toilet.

WaterSense toilets use 20 to 60% less water per flush.

Apply for your rebate.

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Drain-water heat recovery

Get $150 when you install this energy saving device

A drain-water heat recovery unit preheats your incoming water using the heat from your shower drain.

Apply for your rebate.

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Energy assessments

Find out how to increase the energy efficiency of your home.

Pay only $50 when you have an energy assessment done on your home.

Book an assessment.

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Insulation upgrades

Get money back when you add insulation to your walls or ceiling.

Learn the steps to apply for your rebate.

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Window upgrades

Get $100 back per window when you upgrade to ENERGY STAR Zone 3 windows.

You can get up to $1,000 per existing home.

Apply for your rebate.

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Heat-recovery ventilators

Get $500 back when you install an HRV in your existing home.

A HRV heats incoming fresh air while removing stale air from your home.

Learn the steps in getting your rebate.

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New home construction

Get $10,000 when you construct a super-insulated new home that performs 60% better than the 2015 National Building Code.

Get $5,000 when your newly constructed super-insulated new home performs 50% better than code.

Learn the steps in applying for your rebate.

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Commercial energy rebates

Get a 25% to 75% rebate on energy-efficiency upgrades.


  • commercial;
  • institutional;
  • First Nation government-owned; and
  • municipal buildings.

Measures that reduce energy use and carbon emissions include:

  • LED lighting upgrades;
  • advanced power strips;
  • smart thermostats;
  • motors;
  • pumps;
  • fans; and
  • other qualifying upgrades!

Learn more about what qualifies for a commercial rebate.

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Renewable energy rebates

We'll pitch in up to $5,000 for a small-scale, renewable energy generating system for your home.

Learn the steps to apply for your rebate.

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This program is funded in part by the Government of Canada's Low Carbon Economy Fund.

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