Home energy rebates

CleanBC Better Homes is BC’s online hub for homeowners and contractors to access information, rebates and support to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in new and existing homes. Try the Rebate Search Tool  to check out the variety of available rebates, including:  

  • Home heating
  • Water heating
  • Building envelope (insulation, windows and doors)
  • Bonus offers for two or more upgrades
  • Municipal Top Ups 

Municipal top-up rebate

Port Moody is incentivizing homeowners to switch from traditional heating systems to more efficient alternatives by offering rebates of up to $1200 that are in addition to CleanBC rebates. By installing an eligible heat pump or upgrading their electricity, homeowners can take advantage of this limited-time offer which is on a first-come, first-served basis. The City is providing top-up funds for three specific rebates: 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to save money and reduce your carbon footprint! Please visit the CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program web page for eligibility and application details. In addition to this rebate, you can also take advantage of the heat pump group purchase rebate. Additional terms and conditions apply. For details on program requirements and terms, visit betterhomesbc.ca.

Heat pump group purchase rebate 

CleanBC Better Homes offers a heat pump group purchase rebate of up to $500 for homeowners switching from an oil, natural gas, or propane heating system to an eligible air source heat pump. The more homes that register and apply as a group using the same group code, the higher the rebate for each participant—share this with your friends!

Current Tri-Cities group code: GPR0196-EXP04/07/2023-CBC

This code expires on July 4, 2023. Each group can be used by a maximum of 30 participants. Once full or expired, a new code will be issued. Check back for new codes.

To take advantage of the group purchase rebate:

  1. register with the Tri-Cities group code at betterhomesbc.ca/gpr/register once you have installed your eligible heat pump;
  2. apply to Clean BC Better Homes for all eligible rebates before the code expires. Don't forget to enter your group code in the promo code field of the application form. If you have multiple codes, include both separated by a comma in this field; and
  3. spread the word about the Port Moody group code. The more homes that install a heat pump and apply using the same code, the higher the rebate.

Participants must register with the complete group code (format GPR0196-EXP04/07/2023-CBC), have their heat pump installed, and submit applications for rebates within six months of their final installation invoice date.

If you have questions about the group purchase rebate, call a CleanBC energy coach toll free at 1-844-881-9790 or use their online contact form.

Want to learn more about heat pumps? Watch a webinar recording or view the slides.

Free home energy coach support

CleanBC offers a free Energy Coach Service available through email or phone if you have questions about specific rebate programs, home energy upgrade options, EnerGuide home evaluations, or if you just don’t know where to start. Contact the free Energy Coach Service at ask@betterhomesbc.ca or 1-844-881-9790. Visit CleanBC Better Homes for more details.

You may want to consider hiring a professional energy advisor to undertake a detailed energy assessment for your home. The energy assessment will rate the efficiency of your home and provide recommendations for retrofits based on their effectiveness for improving your home energy efficiency, reducing your home greenhouse gas footprint and enhancing your home comfort. Use the Energy Advisor Search Tool to locate a local energy advisor or service organization that provides services in your community.

CleanBC Better Homes is funded by the Province of British Columbia and CleanBC Better Homes rebates are administered by
BC Hydro and FortisBC.

Zero and Low Emission Vehicles

Zero-emissions vehicles have many benefits including:

  • Savings on maintenance and fuel costs;
  • Fighting climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions;
  • Clean air and improved health; and
  • Access to HOV lanes. 

The CleanBC Go Electric program is intended to encourage and accelerate the adoption of zero-emission vehicles in B.C. for their environmental and economic benefits. To find out more about zero-emission vehicle rebates and incentives see https://goelectricbc.gov.bc.ca/#rebates