Heating makes up half the energy bill in most Nova Scotian homes, making it the single largest use of energy for most of us. Upgrade to an efficient home heating system and we’ll offer rebates to complement your monthly savings and comfortable home. Efficient heating systems like heat pumps, wood/pellet stoves, water heaters, and solar can save you money, by using less energy.
If you have installed a qualified heating system in the last 90 days, you could be eligible to receive a rebate of up to $2,500. Rebates are available to all homes regardless of how you heat your home.
Consult the Cold Climate Heat Pump tool, to ensure the equipment you purchase is eligible for rebates.
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If you’ve installed a qualified heating system in the past 90 days you could be eligible for rebates up to $2,500 to cover the cost of new high efficiency heating equipment and installation.
To ensure rebate eligibility, please review criteria on application prior to product purchase and installation.
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Please note, only ductless mini-split heat pump systems on our Efficiency Nova Scotia Cold Climate Heat Pump list are eligible for incentives. Should you have any questions, please contact us at 1-877-999-6035.
Brian and Lena live in Hants County in a 2,200 sq ft. bungalow, and were looking for a way to save money on their expensive heating bills. They decided to install a mini-split heat pump, and received a $300 rebate for the project. Their home is now much more comfortable—warm in winter and cool in summer, while saving money on bills.
House Type: Bungalow | Year Built: 1995
Sq Footage: 2,200 sq ft.
Annual Savings: Brian and Lena now save about $336 on bills annually
The Sampsons are an elderly couple living in South Berwick, who were looking for alternatives to high electric heating costs in their home. They decided on the cozy, sustainable heat of a wood stove, and made the upgrade using a $500 rebate from Efficiency Nova Scotia. They now save over $1,100 annually on heating costs and enjoy a warmer, more efficient home.
House Type: Townhome | Year Built: 1990
Sq Footage: 1,355 sq ft.
Annual Savings: The Sampsons now save $1,127.12 annually (minus the cost of the wood).
|Heat Pumps||$150 - $500|
|Wood, Pellet, Solar Heating||$250|
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