Province Announces Funding to Help Homeowners Improve Home Energy Efficiency
February 5, 2016 -- The Government of Ontario announced the creation of a new program to help Ontarians improve the energy efficiency of their homes. The province is investing $100 million from the Ontario Green Investment Fund to provide rebates for homeowners who conduct an energy audit on their property and then complete retrofits recommended by the auditor.
The program will help about 37,000 homeowners conduct audits to identify energy-saving opportunities and then complete retrofits, such as replacing furnaces and water heaters and upgrading insulation.
Full program details, including program start date, eligible project details and amounts, will be available in the coming months.
To read more about the Government of Ontario's new program to help Ontarians improve the energy efficiency of their homes, click here
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