Electric Thermal Storage (ETS) System Rebate Guide
|System Type*||Incentive||Storage Power (kW)||Storage Energy (kWh)||Coincident Demand Savings (kW - 8h charge)|
|Ecombi ECO158 (room unit)||$316 /System||1.0||7.9||0.5|
|Ecombi ECO208 (room unit)||$420 /System||1.3||10.5||0.7|
|Ecombi ECO308 (room unit)||$628 /System||2.0||15.7||1.0|
|Ecombi ECO408 (room unit)||$840 /System||2.6||21.0||1.3|
|Steffes 2102 (room unit)||$540 /System||3.0||13.5||0.8|
|Steffes 2103 (room unit)||$812 /System||4.5||20.3||1.3|
|Steffes 2104 (room unit)||$1,080 /System||6.0||27.0||1.7|
|Steffes 2105 (room unit)||$1,352 /System||7.5||33.8||2.1|
|Steffes 2106 (room unit)||$1,600 /System||9.0||40.0||2.5|
|Unlisted model (room unit) - prescriptive**||$40 /kWh**||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Central system (prescriptive)***||$2,000 /System***||N/A||N/A||5.0|
hot water timer
(bundle with central/room ETS)****
For installations prior to October 1st, 2021, previous incentives of $25/kWh of storage energy will apply.
* ETS systems must be replacing or supplementing electric resistance heating in 100% electrically heated homes. No incentives available for non-electric homes or for the replacement of working/non-working ETS units
** $40 per kWh, lesser of the total storage or the 8-hr storage capacity (multiplied by 8)
*** Central ETS systems provide a single incentive of $2,000
**** Residential domestic hot water timers are available to be added to any standard electric hot water heater where the homeowner is on, or switching to, the Residential Time of Day electricity rate through Nova Scotia Power
100% electric heat (no non-electric space heating systems in the home). This includes homes that only have electric baseboards, electric furnace, electric boiler, or any of these electric systems along with solar, ETS, and/or ductless mini-splits.
Non-Electrically Heated – Not Eligible
100% non-electric heat (no electric space heating systems in the home). This includes homes with only a non-electric heating system (e.g. central furnace or boiler that supplies heat to the home using oil, natural gas, propane, wood or pellets).
Home is set up to primarily use non-electric heating (any of the central systems above), but also has one or more electric space heaters. An electric space heater could be considered electric baseboards (e.g. in an addition on the home), electric in floor heating (e.g. in the bathroom) or other electric resistance heating that is not supplied to the majority of the home.
Home has any type of central non-electric heating and ductless mini-split(s)