British Columbia Better Homes Rebate helps homeowners and businesses to save energy and lower greenhouse gas emissions in their homes
British Columbians can receive rebates for their residential renovation or residential new construction projects in order to improve their homes’ energy efficiency for increasing year-round comfort, saving money on energy bills, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
To Qualify for Rebates You Need a Home Energy Assessment
An assessment tells you how much energy your home uses and what upgrades are eligible for rebates.
To qualify for rebates you must complete a home energy assessment with a Registered Energy Advisor.
BC Better Homes Rebates Programs
After your home energy assessment, your qualifying upgrades will receive rebates from one of these available programs:
CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate Program
B.C. homeowners with eligible homes who are looking to improve energy efficiency through select upgrades. Applications are accepted after all work has been completed and final invoices have been paid.
CleanBC Income Qualified Program
B.C. homeowners with eligible homes where the total household income is within an established threshold. You must pre-register for this program before renovations begin.
CleanBC Better Homes Low-Interest Financing Program
B.C. homeowners with eligible homes who are looking to improve their home’s energy efficiency through an upgrade from fossil fuel (oil, propane or natural gas) heating systems to a heat pump.
CleanBC Better Homes New Construction Program
Licensed residential builders, owner builders who are authorized by BC Housing, and buildings authorized by Indigenous communities who are building a new, high-performance electric home in BC.