Canada Greener Homes Grant
The Canada Greener Homes Grant is no longer accepting new applicants. Homeowners who are already participating are encouraged to proceed in a timely manner with their retrofits and will continue to be eligible for funding and support through the Canada Greener Homes portal.
If you are an Ontario, Quebec or Nova Scotia homeowner participating in the Home Efficiency Rebate Plus, the Rénoclimat or the Home Energy Assessment program, please contact your provincial program for more information.
The Canada Greener Homes Loan and the Oil to Heat Pump Affordability program remain open. Thank you for your interest.
NOTE: This information is for existing applicants residing in: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan and Yukon.
Existing applicants residing in the following locations should refer to their listed webpage for information:
Closed to new applications
The Canada Greener Homes Grant has been a big success throughout Canada. As a result, funding has been fully committed and the program is closed to new applicants.
Existing applicants in delivery partner provinces
The Canada Greener Homes Grant is delivered in collaboration with the provinces of Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec. If you live in one of these provinces and have an active application, please contact your provincial program for more information.
The closure of intake of new applications to the Canada Greener Homes Grant does not affect other Canada Greener Homes Initiatives, including the Oil to Heat Pump Affordability program, and the Canada Greener Homes Loan. Applications will continue to be accepted to these programs.
The Canada Greener Homes Loan is still available to help Canadians in making their homes more energy efficient and comfortable. It offers up to $40,000 in interest-free financing to homeowners at the pre-retrofit stage. Loan eligibility will continue to be based on the established eligibility criteria.
There are other programs available throughout Canada which can help you make your home more energy efficient and reduce energy bills and household greenhouse gas emissions.
Explore funding opportunities:
- Oil to Heat Pump Affordability program
- Financial incentives by province
- Directory of Energy Efficiency Programs for Homes
- Funding, Grants and Incentives
Helping you save energy and make your home more comfortable
We want to help Canadians make where they live more energy efficient. The Canada Greener Homes Initiative will help homeowners save money, create new jobs across Canada for energy advisors and fight climate change.
To get back a portion of your costs for eligible home retrofits
As a maximum contribution toward the total costs of your pre- and post retrofit EnerGuide evaluations
I'm an existing applicant.
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How it works
Unsolicited phone calls or door-to-door visits—Remain vigilant!
NRCan has not approved any third parties to make unsolicited contact with homeowners to register for or participate in the Canada Greener Homes Grant. The Government of Canada, NRCan and its family of brands (ENERGY STAR, EnerGuide) never solicit over the telephone, or by email or go door-to-door asking to enter Canadians’ homes to inspect, sell, or rent heating and cooling products. EnerGuide home energy evaluations are performed by licensed service organizations only at the request of homeowners. Learn how to recognize energy scams.
Resources for existing applicants
Need a loan for your retrofit?
The Canada Greener Homes Loan offers interest-free loans of up to $40,000 to help Canadians make their homes more energy efficient and comfortable. Homeowners are required to complete a pre-retrofit EnerGuide evaluation to participate in the program. Only retrofits that are recommended by an energy advisor and that have not yet been started are eligible.
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