B.C. REBATES

Find out how you can benefit from rebates by saving costs, reducing energy expenses, and contributing to a greener environment.

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CleanBC’s rebate programs offer homeowners significant benefits by providing financial support and incentives for energy-efficient upgrades, such as heat pumps, insulation, and window replacements. Beyond the financial advantages, these initiatives ardently champion the cause of environmental sustainability, embodying a commitment to a more conscientious future. 

Seizing these opportunities not only empowers homeowners to elevate energy efficiency but also positions them as active contributors to a greener, more sustainable future. All the while, enjoying the heightened comfort of their homes!

 As of December 2023, here are a list of some grants available:
*see note below*

CleanBC Income Qualified Program:
Maximum Rebate: Up to $33,900
Description: This program provides enhanced rebates for income-qualified households making energy-saving home upgrades, such as improving insulation, upgrading windows, or installing energy-efficient heating systems. The goal is to make these upgrades more financially accessible to low-income households, contributing to reduced energy bills and increased home comfort.

CleanBC Heat Pump Rebates:
Central Ducted Heat Pump Rebate: $1,200 – $6,000
Ductless Mini-Split or Multi-Split Heat Pump Rebate: $1,000 – $6,000
CleanBC Dual Fuel Ducted Heat Pump Rebate: $3,000
Air-to-Water Heat Pump Rebate: $3,000
Combined Space and Hot Water Air-to-Water Heat Pump Rebate: $1,000 – $4,000

CleanBC Income Qualified Program Rebates:
Up to $9,500 for various heat pump installations.
Benefits: Heat pumps are energy-efficient heating and cooling systems that can significantly reduce energy consumption. They provide year-round comfort while lowering utility bills and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

CleanBC Income Qualified Program Rebates for Electrical Service Upgrades:
Electrical Service Upgrade Rebate: $500
Enhanced Rebates: Up to $3,500 for income-qualified homes.
Benefits: Upgrading electrical services can enhance a home’s capacity to handle new, energy-efficient appliances and technologies, improving overall energy efficiency and safety.

CleanBC Heat Pump Group Purchase Rebate:
Maximum Rebate: Up to $500
Description: This program offers a group rebate for homeowners collectively switching to heat pumps, promoting a community-based approach to energy efficiency.
Benefits: Group purchases create economies of scale, reducing individual costs. Heat pumps, in particular, provide efficient heating and cooling, lowering energy bills and environmental impact.

CleanBC Better Homes Low-Interest Financing Program:
Maximum Loan: Up to $40,000
Description: Homeowners can access low or no-interest loans upon approval for fuel switching to a heat pump.
Benefits: Financing options make it easier for homeowners to invest in energy-efficient upgrades, with the potential for long-term cost savings through reduced energy consumption.

Canada Greener Homes Grant:
Description: Multiple rebates are available for EnerGuide evaluations and energy efficiency retrofits, encouraging homeowners to invest in comprehensive home upgrades.

Benefits: This grant supports a holistic approach to energy efficiency, covering various aspects of home performance, leading to reduced energy consumption and enhanced comfort.

City-Specific Heat Pump Top-Ups:
Benefits: In addition to provincial programs, various cities offer extra incentives, making it more attractive for homeowners to adopt heat pumps. This localized support can align with specific climate and energy goals.

Heat Pump Water Heater Rebates and Top-Ups:
Benefits: ENERGY STAR certified heat pump water heaters are energy-efficient, providing cost savings and environmental benefits compared to traditional water heaters. Rebates and top-ups make these upgrades more financially appealing.

Windows and Doors Replacement Rebate:
Up to $2,000

CleanBC Income Qualified Program Rebates:
Up to $9,500 for high-efficiency windows and doors.
Benefits: Upgrading windows and doors enhances insulation, reducing energy loss and drafts. This not only improves comfort but also lowers heating and cooling costs.
Ventilation Rebates:

CleanBC Income Qualified Program Rebates:
Up to $1,600 for upgrading ventilation equipment.
Benefits: Improved ventilation systems contribute to indoor air quality, creating a healthier living environment. Enhanced rebates make these upgrades more accessible to homeowners.
Insulation Rebates:

CleanBC Income Qualified Program Rebates:
Up to $5,500 for energy-saving home upgrades.
Insulation Rebates: Up to $5,500 for various insulation upgrades.
Benefits: Adequate insulation reduces heat transfer, making homes more energy-efficient. This results in lower energy bills, increased comfort, and a reduced environmental footprint.
Energy Conservation Assistance Program:

Description: This program offers free assistance, including energy-saving kits, to low-income households, addressing energy efficiency challenges faced by vulnerable communities.
Benefits: Low-income households often struggle with high energy costs. This program helps alleviate this burden by providing free resources and support for energy-saving measures.
Energy Saving Kits:

Description: Free energy-saving kits are provided for income-qualified households, including items like LED bulbs, weatherstripping, and other energy-efficient products.
Benefits: These kits offer immediate, tangible benefits by providing simple and effective tools to reduce energy consumption, leading to lower utility bills.
Wind, Solar, or Geothermal Rebates:

Description: Multiple rebates are available through the Canada Greener Homes Grant for homeowners adopting renewable energy technologies.
Benefits: Investing in renewable energy sources not only reduces dependence on traditional energy but also contributes to a cleaner environment by lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Community Offers:

CleanBC Heat Pump Group Purchase Rebate:
Up to $500 for participating in a group rebate for fuel switching to a heat pump.
Benefits: Community-based initiatives promote collective action, fostering a sense of shared responsibility for energy efficiency. Group rebates incentivize neighbors to work together toward common goals.
Refund and Financing Offers:

CleanBC Better Homes Low-Interest Financing Program:
Up to $40,000 loan for fuel switching to a heat pump with low or no-interest loans upon approval.
Benefits: Access to financing options makes it easier for homeowners to make energy-efficient upgrades, with the potential for long-term savings and reduced environmental impact. Low-interest loans can make these investments financially feasible for a broader range of homeowners.

*Note*

Please be advised that the information provided regarding the rebate programs is based on the latest available data as of December 12th 2023. However, rebate programs are subject to updates, modifications, or changes by the relevant authorities. Before making any decisions or taking action based on the information provided, it is strongly recommended to check with the official sources or relevant agencies for the most current and accurate details. Changes in program criteria, rebate amounts, or eligibility requirements may occur, and users are encouraged to verify the information independently.

 

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