British Columbians making energy-saving improvements to their homes can save thousands of dollars with new CleanBC efficiency rebates.
“CleanBC efficiency rebates will save people money, create good jobs and help put B.C. on the path to a cleaner, better future,” said Premier John Horgan. “Helping people keep their homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter makes sense, and the efficiency they’re investing in will help B.C. reduce climate pollution.”
The higher rebates are part of a significant expansion of incentives under CleanBC’s Better Buildings program, which makes it easier and more affordable for British Columbians to choose energy-saving products and save money on home and business renovations.
Provincial incentives to help people switch to high-efficiency electric heat pumps for space heating have increased by $1,000, bringing the total rebate to $3,000, with additional incentives available in some municipalities. Similar incentives to upgrade doors and windows also increased by $1,000, bringing the total rebate for those upgrades to $2,000.
This is great news for my constituents looking to reduce their energy consumption and save on the cost of heating and cooling their homes. For more information and to apply for rebates, visit https://efficiencybc.ca/