Green Ontario Fund Offering Rebates for Energy-Efficient Renovations

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Ontario families can now access rebates to complete low-carbon, energy-efficient renovations to their homes through a new program from the Green Ontario Fund, a non-profit provincial agency funded by proceeds from the province’s cap on pollution and carbon market.

New GreenON Rebates will cover:
Up to $7,200 off new insulation and a $100 rebate for air sealing
Up to $20,000 to install ENERGY STAR certified ground source heat pumps (home geothermal) or up to $4,500 to repair existing heat pump systems
Up to $5,800 off air source heat pumps that are ENERGY STAR certified or meet program requirements

Up to $5,000 for replacement windows that meet program requirements
In addition to the renovation rebates, homeowners and tenants can access a $100 smart thermostat rebate through a partnership with Save on Energy.

The province is also launching GreenON Support, a free over-the-phone service offering impartial advice from energy experts to help consumers learn how they can save money and reduce their carbon footprint through home upgrades.

Visit GreenON.ca to find out how small – or big – changes in your home can help save money while reducing greenhouse gas pollution.

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  1. These always provide a faint glimmer of hope, only to be crushed by the fact that the work needs to be done by a participating contractor and there is little to no representation ‘in the North’.

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