Heat pump

Want to reduce your environmental footprint and save money at the same time? The Tri-Cities invites you to learn more about the CleanBC Better Homes Heat Pump Rebate Program.

The Cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody are collaborating with CleanBC to offer a heat pump group purchase rebate of up to $500 for homeowners switching from 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.

Switch from a fossil fuel (oil, natural gas, or propane) home heating system to an electric air-source heat pump and access up to:

  • $6,000 if you replace/remove or decommission your fossil fuel primary heating system (up to an additional $500 by participating in the Tri-Cities Group Purchase Rebate program)
  • $500 for electrical panel upgrade (if required)

Use the CleanBC Rebate Search Tool at betterhomesbc.ca to find all the rebates that apply to you.

Free Webinar

Considering a heat pump? Learn about how a heat pump works, its benefits, available rebates and more!

Join us online on Thursday, April 28 at noon for an informative session.

The free webinar will be presented via Zoom, a virtual meeting platform, and registration is required. You will receive an automatic confirmation email upon registration and a reminder one day before the webinar.

Program details, including specifics on how to apply for the rebate program, are available at coquitlam.ca/energyupgrades, portcoquitlam.ca/rebate and portmoody.ca/rebate.

Visit the CleanBC Better Homes FAQ page at betterhomesbc.ca for detailed information and tips. CleanBC Better Homes is funded by the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada under the Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund. CleanBC Better Homes rebates are administered by BC Hydro, FortisBC and BC Housing.