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Arctic Energy Alliance

  1. Efficiency Rebates and Services for Businesses

    This Program provides rebates of up to $50,000 for energy upgrades. Consult the website for further details.
  2. Efficiency Rebates and Services for Community Governments

    This Program supports upgrades to community government-owned buildings that will reduce their use of electrical energy, heat energy and water. Staff can help building owners get a handle on their current energy use and find the best savings, and figure...
  3. Efficiency Rebates and Services for Non-Profit Organizations

    The Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) has energy experts and money available to help non-profit organizations conserve energy and improve its energy efficiency. If your organization is interested in saving money by reducing the amount of heating fuel, elect...
  4. Rebates on Energy-Efficient Home Improvements

    This Program provides rebates to help owners of older, less energy-efficient homes in the Northwest Territories (NWT) to reduce the costs and greenhouse gas emissions associated with heating their homes. These rebates can help homeowners offset the cos...
  5. Rebates on Energy-Efficient Products

    This Program provides rebates to northerners who purchase new, more energy-efficient products that they use every day (including ENERGY STAR certified models). Products include:
    • Household appliances
    • LED lighting
    • Heating appliances
    • Home upgrades
    • Ne...
  6. Rebates on Renewable Energy Products

    This Program provides funding for renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, wood pellet heating, biofuel/synthetic gas and ground source heat pumps. This funding is available to communities, commercial businesses, non-profit organizations and NWT r...

BC Hydro - Residential Customers

  1. Home Renovation Rebate

    Provided in partnership by BC Hydro Power Smart and FortisBC, this Program offers homeowners a wide variety of incentives to help reduce ongoing energy costs. Rebates are provided for both natural gas and electric energy-efficient upgrades, including i...
  2. Non-profit and Aboriginal Housing Upgrades

    Non-profit housing providers and aboriginal communities can get free help upgrading their housing units with energy efficient products to help tenants and members save on their electricity costs and improve their overall comfort. Products installed inc...
  3. Power Smart for Low-Income Households - Energy Conservation Assistance Program

    The Program provides qualified low-income residential account holders with free personalized home energy evaluation, installation of energy saving products (e.g. ENERGY STAR® certified high-efficiency gas furnace) by a qualified contractor and personal...
  4. Power Smart for Low-Income Households - Energy Savings Kit Program

    BC Hydro and Fortis BC have partnered to provide free Energy Saving Kits (ESK) for low income households. The kit contains a number of simple, easy-to-install energy saving products including: compact fluorescent light bulbs, weatherstripping, fridge a...