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2019 HEATING AND COOLING INCENTIVE PROGRAM
Keep your home at the right temperature year-round.
Whether it's an upgrade to your furnace or air conditioner, a new heat pump or a smart thermostat, Save on Energy rebates can help you keep your home comfortable year-round, for less.
Save up to $850 with furnace and air conditioning rebates. Changes to your heating and cooling system can help you save on your overall energy costs year-to-year. A new high-efficiency furnace can reduce your heating costs by up to 25 per cent a year. Plus, a new ENERGY STAR®-certified central air conditioner uses up to 20 per cent less energy.
You may be eligible to...
- Save up to $250 on a furnace
- Save up to $600 on air conditioner
- Save up to $4,000 on air source heat pump
- Get back $50 on a Smart Thermostat
- Get back $30 on a circulator pump
Please note that the air-source heat pump and smart thermostat offers apply to electrically-heated homes only.
How it works
- Contact us today.
- Complete your project by installing eligible equipment.
- Your contractor will submit your rebate application for you.
- Confirm your application details and submit proof of purchase.
- Receive your cheque in eight to 12 weeks.
Did you know?
Upgrading your heating and cooling system could save you $325 per year on your energy costs.
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To be eligible for Heating and Cooling program rebates, Ontario residents must use a participating contractor to purchase and install the eligible heating and cooling equipment.
Equipment Eligibility Checklist
- High-efficiency furnace
- Oil, electric, natural gas and propane furnaces are eligible for an upgrade.
- All new furnaces must be equipped with an electrically commutated motor.
ENERGY STAR®-certified central air conditioner (CAC)
- • CAC model must be ENERGY STAR®-certified with a minimum seasonal energy efficiency (SEER) ratio of 18 and a minimum energy efficiency ratio (EER) of 13.
- • Must have a qualifying indoor coil.
- ECM circulator pump
- • Pump must be installed on an existing hydronic heating system and not on a domestic hot water (DHW) heater.
- • You must have a variable-speed electronically commutated motor.
- Air-source heat pump (ASHP)
- • Must be a home or small business with electricity as primary heating source (70 per cent of total heating load).
- • The ASHP must be ENERGY STAR®-certified or a consortium for energy efficiency (CEE) Tier-1 level system, minimum SEER 15/HSP 8.5/EER 12.5 rating.
- • Additional requirements apply to cold climate ASHPs.