Energy-efficiency programs for homes

Rebates, programs1 and support are available for Indigenous communities or individual community members making energy-efficiency improvements and upgrades to their homes. We also facilitate and sponsor group lunches or dinners to talk to community members about conservation and energy-efficiency opportunities.

Rebates and programs

Program1 Rebate Description
Indigenous Communities Conservation Program2 varies Communities can get support to implement home energy upgrades (insulation, windows and doors, furnaces, water heaters and more) for their community members. For more information contact conservationassistance@fortisbc.com or call 1-866-884-8833 and select option 4.
Energy Saving Kit2 free for income-qualified Receive a free kit full of energy-saving products you can install yourself.
Energy Conservation Assistance2 free for income-qualified Community members may receive a free home energy evaluation and installation of energy-efficient products. Funding support is also available to help administer and promote the program to residents.
New Home for Indigenous communities varies Rebates for building high-performance single family, duplex or townhouse homes.
High-efficiency natural gas furnace2 Up to $3,400 Install an eligible furnace between 95 and 99 per cent AFUE; add a connected thermostat for an additional $150 rebate.
High-efficiency natural gas boiler2 $3,000 Install an eligible boiler at least 94 per cent AFUE; add a connected thermostat for an additional $150 rebate.
High-efficiency natural gas water heater2 $500 or $2,500 Install an eligible storage tank or tankless water heater.

Let’s get in touch

If you have questions about any of our services and rebates for Indigenous communities, please contact Carol Suhan, FortisBC program manager by calling 250-469-8116 or emailing carol.suhan@fortisbc.com.

 

PAR Committed

1Terms and conditions apply, which can be found on webpages for each program. FortisBC may modify or cancel programs at any time without notice.
2Only for income-qualified households. For example, a family of four with an annual income of $62,600 or less would qualify.