Heat Pump Rebates

Attention BC residents! You may qualify for up to $15,600 in rebates and receive a FREE GREE Heat Pump that can be used with any furnace. Contact us today to learn more about this offer and see if you're eligible.

Municipal Top-Up Rebates of $4,000

An increasing number of local governments in British Columbia are introducing additional incentives called municipal top-up rebates for participants of the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program. These top-up rebates provide extra financial support to homeowners looking to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes. Act fast because these municipal top-up rebates are offered on a first-come, first-served basis for a limited time!

There is now a total of $15,600 HAVC rebate, that includes heat pump. It is available for energy efficiency upgrades for homeowners in British Columbia.
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How Do I Apply?

You don’t need to submit a separate application specifically for the top-up offers. Your eligibility for these rebates will be automatically assessed when you apply for the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program, targeting the applicable rebates.

By participating in the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program and taking advantage of the municipal top-up rebates, BC homeowners can significantly reduce the costs associated with energy-efficient home renovations. These rebates not only promote sustainable practices but also contribute to a more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly province. Homeowners who take advantage of this top-up rebate can not only contribute to a cleaner environment but also enjoy the long-term benefits of energy-efficient heating. Heat pumps provide reliable and effective heating solutions while reducing reliance on non-renewable resources.

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Vancouver Rebates

Heat pumps extract heat from the environment and transfer it to a desired location for either heating or cooling purposes. In the winter, heat pumps extract warmth from the outdoor air or ground and move it indoors to heat the space. Conversely, during the summer, the system works in reverse, removing heat from the indoor air and transferring it outdoors, effectively cooling the interior.

If you’re looking to reduce your energy bills, investing in a heat pump for your home could be a smart move. Heat pumps are more efficient than other types of equipment because they circulate heat instead of generating it. Compared to baseboard electric heaters, gas furnaces, or oil furnaces, heat pumps consume about one third or less than half as much energy. Heat pumps typically last between ten and fifteen years, depending on usage. Since heat pumps don’t rely on a noisy compressor to generate heat, they’re much quieter than conventional systems. Heat pumps function as both heating and cooling systems, so you only need one to keep your home comfortable all year round. 

There is now a $15,600 heat pump rebate available for energy efficiency upgrades for homeowners in British Columbia.
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CleanBC Heat Pump Group Purchase Rebate up to $6,500

The Heat Pump Group Purchase Rebate is a unique opportunity for homeowners to receive an extra rebate by collaborating with others to transition from fossil fuel-based heating systems to air source heat pumps. This initiative aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote the adoption of cleaner and more sustainable heating technologies.

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How Does It Work?

By forming a group and collectively purchasing air source heat pumps, participants can benefit from the Group Purchase Rebate. The rebate amount increases based on the size of the group, providing a greater financial incentive for homeowners to encourage others to join. For groups consisting of 2 homes, each participant can receive a rebate of $200 per home. As the group size increases, reaching between 20 to 30 homes, the rebate can reach a maximum amount of $500 per home. It’s important for participants to actively spread the word about their heat pump purchase group to maximize the potential rebate amount. The more homeowners involved in the group, the higher the rebate will be for each individual.

The Group Purchase Rebate is offered in addition to the individual air source heat pump rebate provided by CleanBC and any local government top-ups that may be available. This means that participants can benefit from multiple rebate programs, further reducing the costs associated with transitioning to air source heat pumps.

Everyone deserves a healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient home, regardless of their income level. The CleanBC Income Qualified Program is designed to provide enhanced rebates to eligible households, making energy-saving home upgrades more affordable and accessible. By participating in this program, homeowners can experience a range of benefits, including lower monthly energy costs, improved year-round comfort, healthier indoor air quality, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

BC Hydro, FortisBC, and the Province of British Columbia have joined forces to administer the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Programs. These programs aim to incentivize homeowners to enhance their homes’ energy efficiency by offering rebates for qualifying upgrades.

Through these rebate programs, homeowners can access financial incentives to support various energy-saving improvements to their homes. By making select upgrades, participants can reduce their energy consumption, lower utility bills, and contribute to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

The CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Programs cover a range of eligible upgrades that improve energy efficiency, including insulation enhancements, high-efficiency heating systems, heat pumps, water heaters, windows, and more. Each program has specific requirements and rebate amounts tailored to the particular upgrade category.

Your Next Steps

By taking advantage of the Heat Pump Group Purchase Rebate, homeowners not only enjoy the energy-efficient benefits of air source heat pumps but also contribute to a collective effort in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This initiative encourages collaboration and promotes the widespread adoption of sustainable heating solutions for a greener future.

Who Can Apply?

B.C. citizens residing in eligible homes and holding residential utility accounts with BC Hydro, FortisBC, or Municipal utilities are eligible to apply for the rebates.To qualify for the rebates, applicants must submit their application within six months from the date of the invoice for the eligible home improvement project.

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CleanBC Income Qualified Program up to $9,500

Under the CleanBC Income Qualified Program, eligible B.C. citizens residing in qualifying homes can receive rebates of up to $33,900. These rebates are specifically tailored to income qualification requirements, ensuring that households with limited financial resources can still benefit from energy-efficient home improvements.

To be eligible for the program, applicants must meet the income qualification requirements, live in an eligible home, and have residential utility accounts with BC Hydro, FortisBC, or a municipal utility.

The CleanBC Income Qualified Program aims to create a more inclusive and sustainable future by empowering households with limited incomes to make energy-saving upgrades. By reducing energy costs, improving comfort, and promoting environmental responsibility, this program strives to enhance the quality of life for all British Columbians.

Under the Canada Greener Homes Initiative up to $5,600

This exciting opportunity awaits you with grants ranging from $125 to $5,000. These grants can be utilized to transform your space heating and water heating systems into energy-efficient powerhouses, leading to significant utility bill savings and a notable reduction in your carbon footprint. By taking advantage of this initiative, you can take a proactive step towards a greener future while enjoying financial benefits.

Space Heating:

With the Canada Greener Homes Initiative up to , you can leverage the available grants to upgrade your space heating equipment to energy-efficient alternatives. By bidding farewell to outdated furnaces, boilers, or heaters, and embracing high-efficiency models, you’ll witness a remarkable transformation in energy consumption. These cutting-edge systems employ innovative technologies that optimize energy usage, producing more heat with fewer resources. By making the switch, not only will you enhance your comfort levels, but you’ll also actively contribute to mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and fostering a sustainable environment.

Water Heating:

Tankless water heaters eliminate the need for a storage tank by heating water directly as it flows through the unit. This efficient process ensures hot water is readily available whenever you need it, eliminating standby heat loss and reducing energy waste. On the other hand, heat pump water heaters extract heat from the surrounding air or ground, allowing you to heat water using significantly less energy. By opting for these advanced water heating technologies, you’ll enjoy the dual benefits of lower utility bills and a reduced carbon footprint.

The Canada Greener Homes Initiative provides you with a unique opportunity to embark on an energy-saving journey while receiving financial support. By upgrading your space heating and water heating equipment, you not only improve your personal comfort and financial well-being but also contribute to the larger goal of building a sustainable and greener Canada. Seize this opportunity to make a positive impact on both your household and the environment.