If you own a home, our Total Home Energy Savings program is for you. The program offers incentives for reducing your energy use throughout your home, from the basement to the attic. It all starts with your initial Home Energy Evaluation by a Certified Energy Advisor. They’re like a fitness coach for you home that identifies where your home needs upgrades.
Receive financial incentives when you complete recommended energy-saving upgrades. Upgrading doors, insulation, heating source or windows can all be eligible. Get ready to save energy, and money.
When you take part in our Total Home program, you’ll save money on your upgrades, and enjoy long-term savings on your energy bill. Start with your home energy evaluation to get clear, measurable ways to save energy. Then, receive up to thousands of dollars in incentives when you make any, or all, of the recommended energy-saving upgrades.
Energy efficiency upgrades can help you save up to 25% on your mortgage insurance premium too. Enjoy lower energy bills and a more comfortable home when you participate. Start counting the savings today.
It’s easy to get started with the Total Home Energy Savings program. Follow these 6 simple steps to total home comfort and savings.
The initial Home Energy Evaluation is the key to accessing incentives. It’s your starting gate for a more efficient and comfortable home.
Your Home Energy Evaluation report provides prioritized recommendations for projects that will help you save energy and money.
Choose the projects to complete. You have 9 months from the date of your energy evaluation to do the work. Be sure to save your receipts!
Your Certified Energy Advisor will verify your upgrades and you’ll receive a new EnerGuide rating that shows the improved efficiency of your home.
Save all your receipts relating to upgrades you completed, to ensure you receive your incentives. Receiving your payment is quick and easy.
Eligible models, heat pump maintenance and tips for choosing a contractor.
The Canada Greener Homes Grant (and Loan) is administered by Natural Resources Canada. The program offers grants and loans towards energy efficiency improvements and reimbursement for the costs of EnerGuide Rating System energy evaluations.
Energy efficiency renovations can help you save on your mortgage insurance premium.
More comfort, more savings. See how other New Brunswickers are saving.