Energy Rebate Programs available in Edmonton

We are proud to serve the capital city of Alberta, helping Edmonton and surrounding area homeowners understand how their homes use energy and what upgrades they could make to improve their home’s energy efficiency. All while making sure our clients qualify for the maximum amount of rebates and/or financing available through government incentives! Reach out today to find out how a home energy evaluation can benefit you on your home renovation journey!

Energy Werx Alberta is a leading energy auditing company that provides both local and company-wide consulting on energy efficiency across Alberta and Canada.

We service Edmonton and Surrounding areas, including St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, Devon, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Camrose, Athabasca, Drayton Valley, Westlock, etc.

Keep reading to learn how easy it is to reduce the amount of money you spend and how to save on home energy upgrades!

It can get pretty expensive to buy new energy-efficient equipment which is why the Canadian government and provincial rebates are committed to helping you going green while saving you money at the same time.

Here are a few rebate/financing options for homeowners in the Edmonton area.

  • Insulation
  • Windows & Doors
  • Heat Pumps
  • Solar
  • Lighting fixtures

Insulation – through the Canadian Greener Homes Grant Loan, homeowners can increase the insulation in their homes, crawl spaces, basements, ceilings, attic, exposed floors, or exterior walls.

Windows & Doors – through the Canadian Greener Homes Grant Loan as well as other locally available rebate programs, you can receive rebates and/or financing for installing new windows and doors that meet NRCan’s performance standards. New windows and doors often offer a significant improvement to your home’s overall comfort and air sealing value. Be sure to have a professional install them so you get the maximum air sealing benefits!

Space & Water Heating –financing is available for air source and ground source heat pumps, as well as heat pump hot water heaters though the Greener Homes Grant Loan. Heat pumps use the energy in the environment, such as the ground or air, and transfer it to be used for heating and cooling purposes. Since a heat pump transfers thermal energy, it offers a higher energy efficiency, which can save you energy costs and reduce your carbon footprint. Additional local rebate programs offer rebates and/or financing for high efficiency gas furnaces, and high efficiency gas and/or tankless hot water heaters.

Solar – Interest free financing is available through the Greener Homes Grant Loan for installing solar panels to service your home. This renewable energy source can offset your electricity usage, and when paired with battery storage, increase your electricity independence.

Lighting fixtures – The CEIP (Clean Energy Improvement Program) allows for financing for lighting upgrades, such as indoor lighting controls (motion and daylight sensing), and permanently installed and hardwired LED lighting fixtures such as downlight, track, ceiling, wall-mounted, or porchlight fixtures. Must be ENERGY STAR. Lighting – Clean Energy Improvement Program (abmunis.ca)

Reach out today to find out how a home energy evaluation can save you money on your home renovation journey!

Programs available exclusively to Edmonton and/or surrounding area homeowners

Edmonton’s Home Energy Retrofit Accelorator (HERA):

Providing additional rebates for energy efficient upgrades for Edmonton residents. Currently at full capacity.

Clean Energy Improvement Program (CEIP):

Providing low interest financing for energy efficient upgrades, on a per municipality basis in Alberta. Currently launched in Edmonton, Athabasca, Devon, Leduc, St. Albert, Rocky Mountain House, Village of Stirling, Sturgeon County, Strathcona County, Cold Lake and Westlock. Soon to launch in Beaumont, Drayton Valley, and Stettler!

Edmonton Solar Rebate Program – Providing additional rebates for Edmonton homeowners installing solar systems on their homes to produce renewable energy. Solar Rebate Program – Change Homes for Climate (changeforclimate.ca). Currently at full capacity.

St. Albert CEIP Project Incentive – $1,400 in incentives is offered by the City of St. Albert for completed projects. Availability is limited and provided on a first-come, first-served basis. The incentive will be applied directly to the Clean Energy Improvement Tax, reducing the total financing amount (not issued to the property owner directly). Clean Energy Improvement Program (abmunis.ca)

Leduc CEIP Project Incentive – A $1,350 incentive is offered by the City of Leduc for completed CEIP Projects. Incentive availability is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis to Participants who complete a CEIP Project. The incentive will be applied directly to the Clean Energy Improvement Tax to reduce the total Project financing amount, not issued to the property owner directly. Only one incentive of $1,350 is available per CEIP Project. Find more details in the Leduc CEIP Terms and Conditions.

Leduc CEIP Electric Charger Rebate – When combined with a completed CEIP Project, the City of Leduc is providing an incentive for the lesser of $600, or up to 50%, of the installed cost of a new residential Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging station (208/240V). Incentive availability is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis to property owners who complete an eligible CEIP Project. As residential EV chargers are not eligible for CEIP financing, the incentive will be paid directly to the successful applicant, after installation, following a City inspection, and after the completion of a CEIP Project. Only one EV charger incentive is available per household. Find details in the Leduc CEIP Terms and Conditions.

Devon CEIP EnerGuide Evaluation Home Evaluation Incentive – An EnerGuide Home Evaluation Incentive of $600 is available for the completion of a pre- and post-project EnerGuide Version 15 Home Evaluation. Incentive availability is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis to participants who complete a CEIP project. The incentive will be applied directly to the Clean Energy Improvement Tax to reduce the total project financing amount. CEIP Terms and Conditions – Devon – Clean Energy Improvement Program (abmunis.ca)

Devon CEIP Upgrade Incentive – An Upgrade Incentive of $500 is available for completed CEIP projects. Incentive availability is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis to participants who complete a CEIP project. The incentive will be applied directly to the Clean Energy Improvement Tax to reduce the total project financing amount. Only one CEIP Upgrade Incentive of $500 is available per project. CEIP Terms and Conditions – Devon – Clean Energy Improvement Program (abmunis.ca)

Rocky Mountain House CEIP EnerGuide Home Evaluation Incentive – An EnerGuide Home Evaluation Incentive of $700 is available for the completion of a pre-and post-project EnerGuide Version 15 Home Evaluation. Incentive availability is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis to participants who complete a CEIP project. The incentive will be applied directly to the Clean Energy Improvement Tax to reduce the total project financing amount. Find more details in the Town of Rocky Mountain House CEIP Terms and Conditions.

St. Albert Home Energy Efficiency Grant (HEEG) – St. Albert’s Home Energy Efficiency Grant provides financial incentives to St. Albert homeowners who invest in improving the energy efficiency of their homes. The Home Energy Efficiency Grant is offered on a first come, first served basis. Approximately $40,000 in funds are budgeted to allocate in grants each year until December 2025. Find out program details on the St. Albert website.

Federal programs available in Edmonton:

Greener Homes Grant Loan:
Up to $40,000 in interest free loans for eligible upgrades.

Greener Homes Grant:
Up to $5,600 – closed for new applications

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