New Ways to Save
The Government of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia announced new funding to help income-qualified Nova Scotians transition away from oil heating.
Moving away from oil can be a significant cost, but we are here to help, with rebates, support on finding a contractor, and free draft-proofing and insulation for income qualified customers.
Answer a few questions about your home and household income using the Energy Assistance Navigation Tool and we’ll recommend the program and funding support that best meets your needs.
*Please note, with the popularity of these programs, we are experiencing high volumes of calls, emails and applications. There are also delays due to contractor and material availability. We are working hard to get as many people through the programs as quickly as possible, but we want our customers to be aware of potential delays.
For qualified homeowners, we will assess your home for free to uncover how efficiency upgrades like heat pumps, draft-proofing and insulation could help to reduce your energy bills. We’ll cover the cost of the upgrades, installation, and the contractor – it’s all done safely and at no cost to the homeowner.
Older fridges and freezers can use more electricity than any other appliance in your home, so retiring them can mean real savings—up to $180 a year. We’ll pick them up, recycle them properly, and give you $50.
At absolutely no cost to you, one of our qualified Efficiency Partners will install energy efficient products in your home, whether you rent or own. These could include LED lighting, water-saving showerheads, smart thermostats for mini-split heat pumps, and more! Not only is the installation free, but so are the products we install.
Search our directory to find a qualified local professional to complete your efficiency upgrade project. Connect with contractors, insulation installers, heating system installers, electricians, and more.