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The City of Port Moody is offering new rebate top-ups to eligible homeowners who are making the switch from fossil fuel heating systems to cleaner, more efficient alternatives such as heat pumps. Port Moody’s top-ups, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis while available funds last, are in addition to rebates offered through the CleanBC Better Homes program. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to save money and reduce your carbon footprint! 

The City of Port Moody is offering top-ups for three specific CleanBC rebates:

  • a $350 top-up for heat pumps;
  • a $500 top-up for electric service upgrades; and
  • a $350 top-up for heat pump water heaters. 

There is no additional application required for the municipal top-up offers. Your eligibility is automatically assessed when you submit a CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate application for the applicable rebates. Additional terms and conditions apply. For details on program requirements and terms, visit

Save even more by switching to a heat pump! 

A heat pump is an efficient heating and cooling system that uses electricity to move heat from one place to another. In the winter, a heat pump transfers heat from the outside air to the indoors through a cycle of compression and expansion of a refrigerant. In the summer, it operates in reverse and transfers heat from inside your home to the outdoors, like an air conditioner. 

In addition to the municipal top-ups, you can take advantage of a Tri-Cities heat pump group purchase rebate for even more savings. CleanBC Better Homes offers a 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 using the same Tri-Cities group code, the higher the rebate for each participant – so tell your friends! 

Benefits of a heat pump 

Visit to learn more about heat pumps. They offer a variety of benefits such as:

  • heat pumps are an energy-efficient, environmentally friendly alternative to natural gas and oil heating systems, electric furnaces, and baseboard heaters, and they provide air conditioning;
  • heat pumps will help reduce your home’s heating emissions by up to 97 per cent;
  • powered by electricity, a heat pump combines a heating system and an air conditioner, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer; and
  • many heat pumps dehumidify and provide healthy air flow, with optional filtration to clean indoor air pollutants, dust, pollen and other allergens. 

If you're interested in making the switch to clean energy, visit for all the details.