There are a number of programs, rebates and incentives being offered in BC.
Heat pump top-ups: update
Thank you for making our top up program a success! We’ve issued our $5,000 in top up funds and have helped 14 Esquimalt residents reduce our community emissions, help the township toward our climate goals and of course, save money on their new heat pump.
We are in the midst of securing more funding so stay tuned! There may be more funds for top-ups coming your way.
CleanBC is 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. It includes information on the Home Renovation Rebate and CleanBC Program, as well as an expanded Energy Coach service to answer any outstanding questions. The program will provide rebates and performance-based incentives for conversion of gas and oil-fired heating equipment to electric heat pumps, upgrading to highest efficiency gas equipment, and envelope improvements such as increased insulation and high-performance windows and doors.
BC Hydro has coupons, rebates, and incentive programs available to residents and businesses throughout the province.
Savings based on income - If you live in an income-qualifying household, you can get free energy-saving products and professional advice that will help make your home more energy efficient and comfortable, and help you save on your utility bills.
Home Renovation Rebates - A wide variety of incentives are available making it easy for you to reduce ongoing energy costs and improve the comfort of your home. The program is being provided in partnership with Fortis BC.
Energy-efficient New Homes - encourages builders, developers and owners choosing to build their own homes to build an Energy Star qualified home.
Commercial New Construction - offers financial incentives, resources and technical assistance to building owners, developers and the design industry to create high-performance, energy-efficient buildings.
Fortis BC has rebates and incentives available to residents and businesses throughout the province.
The Scrap-It Program is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality by getting older vehicles off the road. The Program offers qualifying vehicle owners incentives up to $1,000 to scrap their older vehicle.