Government of Canada Energy Rebates 2021

Ontario energy rebates 2021 or if you live in British Columbia energy rebates 2021 can assist you to increase your home energy efficiency through a Canada Energy Audit. This means homes will be more comfortable and more affordable to maintain while also supporting our environmental objectives. The Canada Greener Homes Grant will help homeowners make their homes more energy-efficient. You can start your process by booking your home energy audit.

What’s available through the Canada Greener Homes Grant?

Up to 700,000 grants of up to $5,000 to help homeowners make energy-efficient retrofits to their homes, such as better insulation

EnerGuide evaluations (worth up to $600) and expert advice to homeowners so they can begin to plan their retrofits

Participants are eligible for up to $5,600 total under the initiative.

Eligible retrofits

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Home Insulation

The Canada Greener Homes Grant allows homeowners to increase their home insulation. This slows the rate of heat loss, resulting in improved energy use, and can help save money. The insulation’s resistance to heat flow is measured using both an RSI value and an R-value. R-value is the imperial measurement and the Résistance Système International (RSI) value is the metric measurement. The higher the resistance value, the slower the rate of heat transfer through the insulating material. Recommendations on insulation improvements and the calculation of your insulation rebate will use these values. Read more about insulation materials.

Relatively easy access makes the attic a favorite starting point to insulate for many homeowners. Even if an attic is already insulated, you may be able to improve comfort and increase energy efficiency. Learn more about insulation

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Insulate a minimum of 20% of the total area of your attic or ceiling.
  • You must increase the insulation value (R-value or RSI).
  • Add insulation in the same location (e.g., attic floor vs. attic ceiling) as the insulation present at the time of the pre-retrofit evaluation.

Important:

  • The grant amounts reflect a situation where 100% of the ceiling area is one roof type. Your home may have a combination of ceiling types.
  • The total grant for any combination of attic, cathedral ceiling, and flat roof insulation cannot exceed $1,800.
  • The total amount of your reimbursement will be calculated based on the total percentage of your attic that you choose to insulate. For example, if you insulate 80% of your attic you would qualify for 80% of the amount listed below.



Select below the current level of insulation in your home at the time of the pre-evaluation:
Grant amounts
(by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
If you achieve a total minimum insulation value of RSI 8.81 (R-50) for your attic If you achieve a total minimum insulation value of RSI 4.93 (R-28) for your flat roof and/or cathedral ceiling If you insulate your uninsulated flat roof or cathedral ceiling to increase its insulation value by a minimum of RSI 3.52 (R-20)
No insulation N/A N/A N/A
RSI 2.11 (R-12) and less $1,800 $600 $600
Greater than RSI 2.11 (R-12) and up to RSI 4.40 (R-25) $600 $250 N/A
Greater than RSI 4.40 (R-25) and up to RSI 6.16 (R-35) $250 N/A N/A

The walls of your home can account for about 20% of heat loss. In addition to heat loss through the walls, there are many cracks and other access points that allow uncontrolled air and water leakage into and out of your home. To help choose the right product for your job, review the characteristics of blown-in and foamed-in insulations.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

Important:

  • The total amount of your reimbursement will be calculated based on the total percentage of your wall that you choose to insulate. This means if you insulate 80% of your wall area, you would qualify for 80% of the amount listed below.
  • For a semi-detached or end unit row house, you will not qualify for the full amount of the grant. The maximum you would be eligible for is 75% of the listed amounts. For a middle unit row house, the maximum grant you would qualify for is 50% of the listed amounts.
  • There are no incentives available for the insulation of walls between individual units.
Minimum additional insulation
Grant amounts
(by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
Percent area that you choose to insulate Add insulation value of R-7.5 to R-12 Add insulation greater than R-12 to R-20 Add insulation
> R-20 above
20% $660 $760 $1,000
100% $3,300 $3,800 $5,000

Some homes have open foundations and exposed floors. Insulating vulnerable areas of your home such as attached garages or additions can improve comfort and save energy. The intent of this measure is to provide insulation under homes with main floors exposed to the outdoors. Learn more about insulating exposed floors.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Insulate the entire exposed floor area (minimum area of 11 square meters or 120 square feet).
  • This can include overhangs and floors above unheated spaces such as an unheated garage.
  • Crawlspaces are excluded. See grants for crawlspaces
Option:
Grant amount
Minimum additional insulation, RSI 3.5 (R-20) $350

Did you know that basements can account for about 20% of a home’s total heat loss? Air leakage can also occur through basement windows and at the top of the foundation wall. Learn more about insulation a basement and foundation.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Insulate a minimum of 20% of the wall area of the foundation, including basement and crawlspace walls.

Important:

  • You can combine the grants shown below: i.e. adding insulation to the basement header and wall insulation.
  • For a semi-detached or end unit row house, you will not qualify for the full amount of the grant – the maximum you would be eligible for is 75% of the listed amounts.
  • For a middle unit row house, the maximum grant you would qualify for is 50% of the listed amounts.
  • There are no grants available for the insulation of walls between individual units.
  • When both a basement and crawlspace are present, all applicable grants are pro-rated to a maximum of $1,500 based on the total wall area and the additional insulation.
Seal and insulate at least: Grant amount
80% of your entire basement header area to increase its insulation value by a minimum of RSI 3.52 (R-20) $240
50% of your entire basement slab by a minimum of RSI 0.62 (R-3.5) $400

Minimum additional wall  insulation
Grant amounts
(by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
Percent area that you choose to insulate Add insulation value of RSI 1.76 (R-10) to RSI 3.87 (R-22) Add insulation greater than RSI 3.87 (R-22)
20% $210 $300
100% $1,050 $1,500

Did you know that a crawlspace can be insulated in two ways: the walls of the crawlspace can be insulated on the inside or the outside, resulting in a heated area. The house floor above it can also be insulated.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Add insulation in the crawlspace wall and header, or ceiling.
  • Insulate the entire area noted in the Recommended Upgrade Report.
  • If you are also insulating your basement, the maximum you can receive for insulating both areas is $1500.

Important:

  • If you live in a semi-detached or end unit row house, you will not qualify for the full amount of the grant – the maximum you would be eligible for is 75% of the listed amounts.
  • If you live in a middle unit row house, the maximum grant you would qualify for is 50% of the listed amounts.
  Grant amounts
(by the level of additional insulation added to your home)
Add insulation value of RSI 1.76 (R-10) to RSI 3.87 (R-22) Add insulation greater than RSI 3.87 (R-22) Add insulation value greater than RSI 4.23 (R-24)
Insulate 100% of the crawlspace’s total exterior wall area, including the header area. $1,040 $1,300 N/A
Insulate 100% of the crawlspace ceiling (preferably with minimum continuous insulation) N/A N/A $800

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Air Sealing

Making improvements to reduce the air from leaving your house is the single most important retrofit to improve energy efficiency, and it should be considered first in any retrofit strategy. Your Renovation Upgrade Report (RUR) will provide you with a target to improve the air-tightness of your home. The lower the value you achieve; the more favorable the grant amount. Typically, these levels would be achieved with the assistance of an air-sealing professional.

Perform professional air sealing to improve the air-tightness of your home.

Options: Grant Amounts
Meet the target in your RUR $550
Obtain a larger Grant:
If you reach 10% better than the target in your report (i.e. 0.9 x target value*) $810
If you reach 20% better than the target in your report (i.e. 0.9 x target value*) $1,000

*Your post-retrofit report will provide more details regarding the target value.

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Windows and Doors

There are a number of options for upgrading the energy efficiency of your windows. A total window and frame replacement with new, high-performance ENERGY STAR® certified windows or inserts can make your home more comfortable, save energy and help fight climate change. Learn more about replacing your windows.

Canada Greener Homes Grant Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada.
  • Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • The equipment must be on an eligible list below.
  • Maintain the ENERGY STAR labels on your windows and doors until after your post-retrofit evaluation.

Important:

  • A new window unit can be inserted into the existing frame of an old window, but replacements of only the glass, sash, or door without a frame are not eligible.
  • A maximum of $250 per rough opening up to cap of $5000.
Options: Amount ($)
Per rough opening**

Replace your windows or sliding glass doors with ENERGY STAR*** certified models:

  • U-Factor of 1.22 W/m²K or less or
  • Energy Rating ≥ 34
  • Your selection must be on one of the following lists: windows or sliding glass doors
$125

Replace your windows or sliding glass doors with ENERGY STAR Most Efficient models:

  • U-Factor of 1.05 W/m²K or less or
  • Energy Rating ≥ 40
  • Your selection must be on one of the following lists: windows or sliding glass doors
$250

Replace hinged doors, with or without sidelights or transoms ENERGY STAR certified models:

$125

**A rough opening is the structural framing in a wall or roof separating a heated from unheated space that creates an opening for the installation of a window, door or skylight. For example, a bay window with three window units installed into one rough opening is eligible for only one grant.

***ENERGY STAR certified means that the model meets or exceeds the ENERGY STAR levels. Each certified model comes with a temporary label showing that the unit is ENERGY STAR certified.

Frequently Asked Questions about windows replacement eligibility for grant

Q1: Which fenestration products are covered?

A1: Rebates are for window and door units only (per rough opening). Replacements of only glass, sash, or doors without a frame are not eligible. Skylights are not eligible.
Products must be selected from the approved eligible product lists for windows, sliding glass doors, or hinged doors, sidelights, and transoms and must be purchased in Canada or from a Canadian online retailer.

Q2: If the window pricing is less than $250, will the homeowner still receive $250 for an ENERGY STAR Most Efficient window?

A2: The homeowner cannot get a rebate that is greater than the cost of the window itself. Like all eligible measures under the Canada Greener Homes Grant, homeowners will have to provide an invoice as proof of purchase and will also be asked to declare any other rebate(s) they might have had when purchasing the windows or from provincial or municipal program(s). Calculation of the final incentive level will factor in those elements and the total reimbursement cannot exceed 100% of the invoice itself. For eligibility amounts, please see GH website.

Q3: Can the homeowner remove the ENERGY STAR label from their new windows/doors?

A3: As per CGHG guidelines, labels shall remain on windows/doors until the post-retrofit evaluation is completed by the energy advisor for verification (including photos of all replaced windows/doors). However, if a homeowner wishes labels to be removed before post-retrofit evaluation, the homeowner will be required to provide photos of labels on the window/door and invoices for submission to CGHG. Homeowners must keep labels, invoices, and any other supporting documents (such as schedules or quotes) available until the end of the CGHG initiative’s retention period (March 31, 2028).

Q4: Will the program require a photo of each window associated with the rebate? Does the photo of the window need to be far enough away to include the full window but close enough for the label to be legible?

A4: The Canada Greener Homes Grant initiative requires a minimum of two photos of each rough opening with window(s) or door(s) installed, as follows:
1) one situational photo with a portion of the surrounding wall assembly; and
2) one photo of the ENERGY STAR label on the window or door that is legible in providing the following
information:

  • ENERGY STAR logo
  • Manufacturer model code/number
  • U-factor/Energy Rating
  • NRCan reference number or a Certified Products Directory (CPD) number
  • Certified mark from:
    • Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
    • Intertek Canada
    • Labtest Certification (LC)
    • QAI Laboratories, or
    • National Fenestration Council (NFRC)
  • Notes:
  • This requirement is in addition to the photo requirements specified in the EnerGuide Rating System Technical Procedures, Appendix B.
  • Photos showing multiple rough openings are not accepted (e.g., the standard ERS elevation photos when windows/doors are upgraded)

Q5: Do you have any data on completed projects and rebates?

A5: At this time, there is no data available on completed projects.

Q6: Do you have any data on the backlog of pre or post-inspections?

A6: There is no data on the backlog of pre-or post-retrofit evaluations. We recognize the demand for energy advisors and EnerGuide evaluations have increased as a result of the positive response from Canadians to the Canada Greener Homes Grant initiative and there could initially be some homeowners who do not have access to an energy advisor in their region.

The government is investing $10 million to support the recruitment, mentorship, and training of as many as 2,000 new energy advisors to meet increased demand.

In addition to recruiting and training more energy advisors, we will be working with existing service organizations to explore how we might be able to facilitate the deployment of existing energy advisors from
where they are available in greater numbers to areas where they are in of lower supply.

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Programmable Thermostats

Smart or programmable thermostats help improve your comfort, help you save money on your energy bill, and reduce your carbon footprint. Choosing a smart or programmable thermostat allows you to schedule temperatures to automatically adjust to energy-saving time-frames.

Canada Greener Homes Grant Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • Must be combined with other retrofit measures from the Canada Greener Homes Grant.Exclusions: New heat pumps are installed with new thermostats and cannot be combined with this grant. A resiliency measure and a thermostat must be combined with another measure (in order to qualify for the grants).
  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada.
  • Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.

Options: Grant amount
  • Replace a manual thermostat with a programmable or smart/adaptive thermostat
$50

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Heating Systems


Canada’s cold climate means that space heating accounts for over 60% of the energy used in the average Canadian home. Make the switch to more energy-efficient heating equipment such as a heat pump to cut your utility bill and reduce your carbon footprint. Keep in mind that the cost of energy to operate a product over its lifetime is just as important as its purchase price. Learn more about energy-efficient heating equipment.

Many homes in moderate climates can rely on these heat pumps to heat or cool their homes year-round. In colder climates, a “cold-climate” heat pump is more effective and reduces the need for a supplementary heating source. A heat pump is an electrically driven device that extracts heat from a low-temperature place and delivers it to a higher temperature place. Learn more about heat pumps.

A contractor or energy advisor can help with estimating the economics of heat pumps in your area, and the potential savings you can achieve. Heat pumps in general can come at a higher cost compared to other heating systems due to the number of components in the system. In some regions and cases, this added cost can be recouped and significant GHGs savings can be made in a relatively short period through energy cost savings. However, in other regions, varying utility rates can extend this period. Speak with your energy advisor to see if a heat pump is right for you.

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Your new pump must be on one of the eligible lists of products below in order to be eligible for reimbursement.

All equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.

Two grants are available for ground source heat pump (geothermal system): 1) the installation of a full system or 2) the replacement of the heat pump unit.

Criteria:

In order to be eligible to receive a grant for this equipment, the following criteria must be met:

  • Installation: Your ground source heat pump unit must be installed by a licensed and trained professional. When using a licensed professional it is highly recommended that you obtain proof of their license to install equipment in your province or territory (PDF, 120 KB)
  • Attestation: It is highly recommended that you ask the licensed and trained professional to sign an attestation form that the installation has been completed according to the CSA standard – ANSI/CSA/IGSHPA C448 SERIES (latest version), “Design and installation of ground source heat pump systems for commercial and residential buildings.” Download the attestation form (PDF, 120 KB).
  • Eligible product list: Your new pump must be on a list of eligible products (view below)
  • Purchase location: All ground source heat pump equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • Performance criteria (see below)
Equipment Energy efficiency performance criteria Grant amount

Install a ground Source Heat Pump – full system (geothermal system)

  • Existing system capacity must be ≤ 40kW.

Open Systems

  • Heating COPh  ≥ 3.6 with 10°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 4.75 with 15°C entering water

Closed Loop Systems

  • Heating COPh ≥ 3.1 with 0°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 3.93 with 25°C entering water

Product eligibility list

DX systems not eligible.

$5,000
Replace a ground Source Heat Pump unit – pump

 

  • Existing system capacity must be ≤ 40kW.

Open Systems

  • Heating COPh ≥ 3.6 with 10°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 4.75 with 15°C entering water

Closed Loop Systems

  • Heating COPh ≥ 3.1 with 0°C entering water
  • Cooling COPc ≥ 3.93 with 25°C entering water

Product eligibility list

DX systems are not eligible.

$3,000

For air source heat pumps, there are two levels of grants depending on the size of the equipment installed. Learn more about heat pumps

Criteria:

The following installation requirements must be met:

  • Attestations: It is highly recommended that homeowners get two attestations from the contractor:
  • Eligible product lists: Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products (view below)
  • Purchase location: All equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • Performance criteria (see below)
Equipment Energy efficiency performance criteria Grant amount

Air source heat pump (ASHP)
Install a complete ENERGY STAR certified new or replacement air source heat pump (ASHP) system or a variable capacity cold climate air source heat pump (ccASHP) system, intended to service the entire home.

The newly installed system must meet the following criteria:

Note: In case of central split ducted and single package systems, if part of the ENERGY STAR certified system, the furnace or air handler must always be the specified matching unit.

$2,500

Install a complete ENERGY STAR certified new or replacement air source heat pump (ASHP) system, intended to service the entire home (not available for Quebec or Nova Scotia residents)

The newly installed system must meet the following criteria:

  • minimum total rated heating capacity at 8.3°C of 3.52kW (12,000 Btu/h)
  • HSPF (AHRI Climate Region Zone IV) ≥ 10
  • minimum three indoor heads for ductless units or central system
  • Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products (not available for Quebec or Nova Scotia residents)

Note: In case of central split ducted and single package systems, if part of the ENERGY STAR certified system, the furnace or air handler must always be the specified matching unit.

$4,000
Cold Climate Heat Pumps (CCHP)
Install a complete ENERGY STAR certified new or replacement variable capacity cold climate air source heat pump (ccASHP) system, intended to service the entire home.
  • a new or replacement CCHP system intended to service the entire home
  • compressor must be variable capacity with three or more distinct operating speeds, or continuously variable speed
  • minimum total rated heating capacity at 8.3°C of 3.52kW (12,000 BTU/h)
  • HSPF (AHRI Climate Region Zone IV) ≥ 10
  • minimum three indoor heads for ductless or central system
  • COP of ≥ 1.8 at -15°C (5°F) (at maximum capacity operation);
  • capacity Maintenance (Max -15°C (5°F)/Rated 8.3°C (47°F)) ≥ 70%
  • Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products
  • Quebec and Nova Scotia residents: Your new pump must be on the list of eligible products

Note: For central ducted systems, if part of the cold climate heat pump listed systems, the furnace or air handler must always be the specified matching unit.

$5,000

Water heating accounts for over 20% of the energy used in the average Canadian home. Learn more about making the switch to a more energy-efficient water heater to save money on your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint.

There are installation requirements that must be met as follows:

  • Must be installed by a licensed and trained professional. When using a licensed professional it is highly recommended that you obtain proof of their license to install equipment in your province or territory.
  • Your new water heater must be on the list of eligible products
  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada. Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.

Option: Eligibility criteria for reimbursement Grant amount per home

Replace your domestic water heater with an ENERGY STAR certified domestic hot water heat pump (DHW-HP)

Energy efficiency performance and installation

  • ENERGY STAR certification as defined at the first home evaluation (pre-retrofit)
  • Capacity ≤ 55 gal
    • EF ≥ 2.00 with FHR ≥ 50 gallons per hour or UEF ≥ 2.00 FHR ≥ 45 gallons per hour
  • Capacity > 55 gal
    • EF ≥ 2.20 FHR ≥ 50 gallons per hour or UEF ≥ 2.20 FHR ≥ 45 gallons per hour
$1,000

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Renewable Energy Systems

Renewable energy is energy derived from natural processes that are replenished at a rate that is equal to or faster than the rate at which they are consumed. Under the Canada Greener Homes initiative, you can receive a grant for installing solar photovoltaic technology that converts sunlight directly into electricity. Under our climate resiliency grants, you may be eligible for reimbursements for a portion of the cost of the installation of batteries to store your solar energy. Learn more about solar panels for homes.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement*:

  • All equipment must be purchased in Canada
  • Online purchases are only eligible if they are ordered from an online distributor in Canada.
  • The system must be composed of photovoltaic (PV) panel and inverter certified to CSA Standards
  • The rated PV panel must have a peak power capacity higher than or equal to 1.0 kW

Option:

Incentive amount
Single-family home MURBs

Install solar panels (photovoltaic (PV) system) ≥ 1.0 kW

$1,000 per kW

$1,000

*NRCan does not endorse the services of any contractor, nor any specific product, and accepts no liability in the selection of materials, products, contractors or performance of workmanship. Before undertaking upgrades or renovations, find out about the appropriate products and installation techniques, and ensure that all renovations meet local building codes and by-laws.

Canada Greener Homes Grant for Resiliency Measures

Climate change and its effects often hit close to home. Many environmental factors related to climate change can have an impact on your home causing fire, flooding, wind, and loss of power. Your home and its location can help you identify your specific vulnerabilities to climate change.

If you are in the process of making upgrades to your home, consider additional retrofits that could help protect your home and your family from environmental damages at the same time.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

The resiliency measure detailed below must be combined with an energy efficiency retrofit from the Canadian Greener Homes Grants initiative.


Option
Incentive amount
Batteries connected to Photovoltaic systems to provide standby power for home $1,000

Roofing Membrane – self-adhering roofing underlayment applied to the entire roof

$150

Foundation waterproofing

$875

Moisture proofing crawl space floor, walls, and headers (100%)

$600

Canada Greener Homes Grant for MURBs

A small MURB is a building of three or fewer stories in height, having a building area not exceeding 600 m2, and is not a retirement home. MURBs must either be stacked (up/down) or have a common area – townhomes are not MURBs. View the full definition and eligibility details.

Eligibility criteria for reimbursement:

  • The small MURB must conform with the definition set out by the Greener Homes Grant initiative
  • A single EnerGuide evaluation must be undertaken of the entire structure (or address) and not on a unit by unit basis.
  • Homeowners within the MURB need to organize themselves (e.g. by way of condo board) in such a way that all homeowners are aware that evaluation has taken place.
  • Retrofits in a MURB must be agreed to by the person or persons able to make decisions about the renovations to the building.
  • Individual homeowners within the MURB must apply for individual grants of up to $5,000 based on the single EnerGuide evaluation undertaken for the entire structure.

Calculating incentives

Insulation and air sealing

The maximum allowable amount for building envelope measures – adding insulation and/or air sealing – in MURBs will be calculated based on the number of units within the building. The table below provides the multiplier amount.

Number of dwelling units per MURB 2–3 4–6 7–9 10–12 13–16 17+
MURB Multiplier 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 4.0

For example, a MURB having 9 units wanting to claim amounts for both air sealing and exposed wall insulation would be calculated as follows:

(Air Sealing Maximum $1,000 x 2.0 = $2,000) + (Exposed wall insulation $350 x 2.0 = $700) = $2,700

Reimbursements for building envelope measures must be claimed by one homeowner only and cannot be split by two homeowners. In other words, if one homeowner in a MURB only claims a portion of the measure, another home owner cannot claim the remainder.

Windows and Doors:

The windows and doors grants are calculated on a rough opening* basis. The allocated grant amount is the same as for a home. MURBs can install as many windows and/or doors up to a total of $5,000 per homeowner and a maximum of $20,000 per MURB.

*A rough opening is the structural framing in a wall or roof separating a heated from unheated space that creates an opening for the installation of a window, door or skylight. For example, a bay window with three window units installed into one rough opening is eligible for only one grant.

Heating and cooling

Small MURBs will not qualify for measures related to heat pumps or domestic water heaters.

Thermostats will not qualify for the multiplier for MURBs.

Renewables and resiliency

Small MURBs can apply the multiplier for the installation of a photovoltaic (PV) system (max $5,000) and for resiliency measures.

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