Chilliwack homeowners will be eligible for municipal top-up rebates from the B.C. government starting April 1, which is in addition to provincial CleanBC BetterHomes rebates.
“In response to the province’s call for local governments to offer additional incentives to increase uptake in their jurisdiction, Chilliwack is encouraging energy efficiency to reduce our community’s greenhouse gas emissions,” City of Chilliwack officials said on their municipal top-up page.
Chilliwack top-ups will include:
If you are completing energy efficiency upgrades to your home, you may be eligible for rebates through the provincial Clean BC Better Homes Program. Starting April 1, homeowners in #Chilliwack will be eligible for additional top-up rebates! More info: https://t.co/6w8B3SlKoX pic.twitter.com/gOv7VHOR4r
— City of Chilliwack (@City_Chilliwack) March 29, 2023
The CleanBC Better Homes program offers provincially funded rebates for homeowners upgrading their space and water heating systems, completing energy assessments or improving their homes efficiency.
The rebates depend on which utility provider supplies the energy to the home, BC Hydro, Fortis BC or a municipal utility.
The goal is cutting energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in the residential housing sector by improving household energy efficiency.
For the FAQs details www.betterhomesbc.ca
Contact CleanBC at: 1-844-881-9790
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