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Is there a grant for that? Ask SID, our Searchable Incentive Database!
SID is a Searchable Incentive Database of energy efficient renovation and construction grants, rebates, subsidies, tax rebates, and other incentives available in BC, including those for low-income housing.
If you are a homeowner planning upgrades, please see the LiveSmart BC grants page.
To find incentives relevant to your project, you can:
|BMO Eco Smart Mortgage||The BMO Eco Smart Mortgage provides new homeowners with a great rate as a reward for making smart choices about their home and their environment. |
|Campbell River Wood Stove Exchange Program||Exchange your old, uncertified wood stove for a new CSA/EPA-certified wood, pellet or gas heating appliance. |
|Canadian Renewable and Conservation Expense (CRCE)||Industrial financial incentives and tax measures for renewable energy installations and improvements. |
|Central Kootenay Regional District Wood Stove Exchange Program||The Woodstove Exchange Program is designed to encourage residents to exchange their old, inefficient, non-EPA certified wood burning appliances for low emissions appliances, including new CSA/EPA certified clean burning wood stoves and other qualified appliances. |
|City of Colwood Solar Colwood Program||Solar Colwood is a demonstration of a whole community moving towards energy conservation and renewable clean energy. Financial incentives are available for Colwood home and business homeowners that install solar thermal hot water heating systems and ductless split heat pumps for space heating. |
|City of Nanaimo Woodstove Changeout Program||Beginning February 1, 2011, the City of Nanaimo will award 75 rebates ($250) on a first come, first serve basis to homeowners who upgrade their old, uncertified wood burning fireplaces to new, energy efficient gas or pellet models. |
|City of North Vancouver Density Bonussing Program||Homes that meet EnerGuide 80 qualify for a cellar exclusion density bonus. |
|CMHC Mortgage Loan Insurance Rebate for New Construction||CMHC offers a 10% refund on mortgage loan insurance premiums and an extended 35 year amortization period for purchasing an energy-efficient home. |
|Comox Valley Regional District New Construction Program|| |
Voucher to cover the cost of an energy efficiency plan evaluation for a new home.
|Cowichan Valley Regional District Wood Stove Exchange Program||CVRD residents can earn a a $300 rebate and a $50 retailer discount by trading in their old, uncertified wood stove and installing a new, EPA-certified wood, pellet, or gas heating appliance. |