Complete some or all of the energy efficiency upgrades – You have 18 MONTHS to complete some or all of the recommended upgrades and schedule a post upgrade assessment. You can maximize both your incentives and your impact on your total energy consumption by pursuing the Whole Home Incentive.
Financial incentivesThe maximum incentive for a home is $6,000. Incentives are calculated based on the upgrades completed. Homeowners who complete upgrades in 3 of the 4 major upgrade categories are eligible for the Whole Home Incentive, which encourages homeowners to maximize their energy efficiency.
By pursuing the Whole Home Incentive homeowners can reduce their overall energy consumption by approximately 50%.
Incentives will be calculated based on the amounts listed below, in the single incentive column, for those who do not qualify for the Whole Home Incentive.
The Whole Home Incentive- Additional Incentives
The Whole Home Incentive provides an additional incentive to homeowners interested in maximizing their impact on energy consumption. By pursuing the Whole Home Incentive homeowners can reduce their overall energy consumption by approximately 50%. Homeowners will be eligible for the Whole Home Incentive when upgrades are completed in 3 of the 4 major upgrade categories. The maximum incentive increases to $6,000.
If you decide to complete 1 or 2 of the upgrades suggested in your report, you will receive the amount listed in the single incentive column.
Net Zero Bonus: It is possible to carry out upgrades that can achieve a Net Zero rating. Net Zero homes produce almost as much energy as they require to operate. With prior approval and guidance from Efficiency NB, homeowners can receive an additional bonus of $4,000.
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