you are thinking of making any changes to your
home or business by renovating or changing
equipment, or even building new, it is prudent to
see what programs are available before you
begin. Sometimes they require an energy
advisor to visit beforehand and make note of the
possible improvements you could receive rebates
for. Always there are deadlines for these
improvements. Most programs offered now have
a December 31, 2013 deadline, but new programs
will replace them.
are currently rebates being offered for light
commercial energy star Boilers, high efficiency
Hot Water Tanks, kitchen equipment, pumps, and
lighting. For Agriculture there are rebates
offered for pumps and livestock waterers.
are even more rebates and programs available to
homeowners. The "New Home Program"
involves building a home with energy efficiency in
mind. The others primarily involve replacing
inefficient appliances and equipment with energy
efficient models. There are also rebates
offered for heat pumps, water heaters, gas
fireplaces, programmable thermostats, windows,
doors, lighting, insulation, and the conversion of
oil heating systems to propane and propane to gas.
are listed sites where rebates are typically
offered, as well as, the City Green website, who's
site is well updated and organized to help you
find all rebates currently available to you.
Currently Natural Resources Canada is not offering
any rebates, but they have offered many in the
past, including a rebate for full furnace
replacement for homeowners. There are also
some PDF forms from these sites for easy
downloading. Check these sites for any
changes before making any changes to your home or
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& waterers for agriculture