Single Family Homes, Duplexes & Townhouses

New Rebates Available - Clean BC Program

Heat Pump Rebate - From now until December 31, 2020, City residents are eligible to receive up to $9500 in rebates for the installation of a heat pump. Visit betterhomesbc.ca for details and to find other rebate offers.

What is a heat pump? Powered by renewable electricity, a heat pump is an efficient way of heating and cooling your home. It takes the heat form the air outside your home and moves it indoors.


New Construction Rebate - The Province has launched a new rebate program offering rebates up to $15,000 for the construction of new, high-performance, electric homes. Visit the CleanBC Program page for details.

CleanBC Better Homes Rebates

CleanBC Better Homes is BC’s online hub for homeowners to access information, incentives and support to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in new and existing homes. CleanBC Better Homes resources include:

  • Easy to use rebate search tool for when you are renovating a home or building a new home
  • Free energy coach services for homeowners undertaking renovations, including a phone and email hotline staffed by energy efficiency specialists

Find out more by visiting the CleanBC Better Homes at betterhomesbc.ca or contact an Energy Coach at 1-844-881-9790 or ask@bcenergycoach.ca.

 

AVAILABLE REBATES

1) Energy Step Code Pathway: build a new home that meets a minimum BC Energy Step Code level and uses electric space and water heating systems

Energy Step Code Level Rebate

Step 3 - $4000
Step 4 - $6000
Step 5 - $10000


2) Heat Pump Pathway: build a new home that uses an electric heat pump for space heating or water heating, regardless of Energy Step Code level and receive up to $4,000.

 

Choose your add-on rebates:

  • All-Electric Bonus: build a home with no fossil fuel connection and receive an additional $4,000 per home.
  • Energy Advisor Support Rebate: work with a Program Qualified Energy Advisor and receive an additional $1,000 per home.

Visit the CleanBC Better Homes New Construction Program for program details.

New Construction Rebate Program

1) Energy Step Code Pathway: build a new home that meets a minimum BC Energy Step Code level and uses electric space and water heating systems

Energy Step Code Level Rebate

Step 3 - $4000
Step 4 - $6000
Step 5 - $10000


2) Heat Pump Pathway: build a new home that uses an electric heat pump for space heating or water heating, regardless of Energy Step Code level and receive up to $4,000.

 

Choose your add-on rebates:

  • All-Electric Bonus: build a home with no fossil fuel connection and receive an additional $4,000 per home.
  • Energy Advisor Support Rebate: work with a Program Qualified Energy Advisor and receive an additional $1,000 per home.

Visit the CleanBC Better Homes New Construction Program for program details.

The CleanBC Better Homes and Homes Renovation Rebate Programs, administered by BC Hydro, FortisBC and the Province of BC, provides rebates for improving your home’s energy efficiency through select upgrades.

 

The following rebates are available:

*Limited time offer – must register by December 31, 2020

For program details and information about more rebate offerings visit betterhomesbc.ca


There are many benefits to making energy efficient upgrades to your home:

  • Save money on energy costs
  • Obtain a higher resale value for your home
  • Increase the comfort of your home
  • Create a healthier home
  • Make your home quieter
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • Help the City reach its climate protection targets

For City permit information for your renovation, please call the Community Services Department at 604-990-4220.

Home Renovation Rebate Program

The CleanBC Better Homes and Homes Renovation Rebate Programs, administered by BC Hydro, FortisBC and the Province of BC, provides rebates for improving your home’s energy efficiency through select upgrades.

 

The following rebates are available:

*Limited time offer – must register by December 31, 2020

For program details and information about more rebate offerings visit betterhomesbc.ca


There are many benefits to making energy efficient upgrades to your home:

  • Save money on energy costs
  • Obtain a higher resale value for your home
  • Increase the comfort of your home
  • Create a healthier home
  • Make your home quieter
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • Help the City reach its climate protection targets

For City permit information for your renovation, please call the Community Services Department at 604-990-4220.




Contact Info

Larisa Lensink
Environmental Sustainability Specialist
Tel: 604-990-4240
Email: llensink@cnv.org

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