Many grants and financial assistance programs are offered by the various government levels to help you realise projects to optimize your home comfort and reduce your energy bills. Check the list below to help you find the program that corresponds to the type of system you wish to install and to learn more about the amounts you are entitled to.
Informations given on this site are for reference only. In case of disparity, the information supplied by government websites prevails.
Rénoclimat is the AEE (Agence de l’efficacité énergétique) energy efficiency renovation program whose mandate is to help home owners get an energy efficiency rating for their home (single-family, semi-detached or row house (town house)) and to help them get grants and tax credits for home improvement work.
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Home owners who benefit from the Rénoclimat program may be eligible to these different grants:
To find out more about the Rénoclimat program, visit http://www.aee.gouv.qc.ca/en/my-home/renoclimat
Financial assistance is available to you under the Heating with Green Power program for the replacement of fossil-fueled systems with systems that use electricity or other renewable sources of energy.
Ask about Heating with Green Power and start planning for the replacement of your system today.
Efficiency Nova Scotia offers grant programs to owners of single-family homes and of residential rental properties who want to improve the energy efficiency of their home.
Rebates up to $2,500 or interest free financing are available for solar and home heating equipment and installation such as solar air and water heating, wood and pellet stoves/furnaces, and centrally ducted heat pumps. Please note, rebates and financing are for homes that are electrically heated. Pre-approval is required.
For more information about the Efficiency Nova Scotia Corporation program, visit http://www.efficiencyns.ca/products/central-ducted-heat-pumps/
For existing detached houses, financial assistance is available through the Rénoclimat program offered by Quebec's Agence de l'efficacité énergétique.
¹ Certain conditions apply. Rénoclimat is a program offered by Quebec's Agence de l'efficacité énergétique. Certain fees apply for home energy audits under the Rénoclimat program (suggested price: $50, plus taxes, for a medium-sized single-family home).
For more information about this program, visit Renoclimat
Efficiency Nova Scotia offers financial assistance up to $2,500 (or 40% of the costs including HST, whichever is less) or a zero percent interest loan (OAC) from $2,500 to $15,000 for up to five years to owners of single-family homes looking to install a geothermal system.
For more information about the Efficiency Nova Scotia Corporation, go to http://www.efficiencyns.ca/products/ground-source-heat-pump/