Up to $400
Type of Incentive
Type of Product
Who Is Eligible
Homeowners with low income
Get up to $400 in government rebates when you make energy-saving improvements to your house. (Note that this program is only available to homeowners with a net single income of less than $25,000, or a net family income of less than $40,000.)
Four groups currently offer the energy efficient housing evaluation program in Nova Scotia.
- Sustainable Housing (province wide, including HRM):
- Clean Nova Scotia (Mainland Nova Scotia):
- AmeriSpec of Nova Scotia (HRM, Annapolis Valley and Truro):
- ACAP Cape Breton (Cape Breton Regional Municipality): 902-567-1628
The cost for the energy evaluation is $450, but Conserve Nova Scotia pays two-thirdsof that cost up front. Total cost to you is $150 plus HST. If you are a low-to-modest income Nova Scotian, the provincial government will rebate the $150 plus HST cost of the energy evaluation to you.
Steps to Get This Rebate:
Get a home energy evaluation done. This is an income-tested program for which participants must apply. Applications are available online at www.conservens.ca/energuide, by calling 1-800-670-4357, or at any Access Nova Scotia centre.
When the Rebate Ends:
For More Information:
Conserve Nova Scotia website