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
|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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com.
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.