Home Energy Plan
The Home Energy Plan program is closed.
The Home Energy Plan program is closed. Review the relevant details below or see the FAQ for additional details.
The Home Energy Plan program is closed. Home upgrade projects already in progress will be honoured, provided that the following conditions are met:
Home Energy Evaluation
- All pre-upgrade Home Energy Evaluations scheduled on or prior to October 24, 2019 must be completed by November 7, 2019 to qualify.
- To qualify for a pre-upgrade “D” Home Energy Evaluation rebate, all required data files for pre-upgrade evaluations must be received by Energy Efficiency Alberta from Natural Resources Canada on or before December 5, 2019 (see program terms and conditions for more information).
- Suggested submission date of energy evaluation data by Service Organizations to Natural Resources Canada is November 21, 2019.
Rebate Eligibility – Common and Custom Upgrades completed by a contractor
- To qualify for a rebate, participants must have a documented project commitment dated on or before October 24, 2019 (e.g. a deposit made by the participant to the contractor or a project quote) to complete an eligible upgrade with a contractor. Complete details of acceptable documentation to demonstrate a project commitment are provided in the FAQ .
- All rebate applications and supporting documentation must be submitted by January 24, 2020.
Rebate Eligibility – Custom Upgrades completed by the participant (projects where no contractor was used)
- To qualify for a rebate, participants completing a ‘do it yourself’ project (projects where no contractor was used) must have product purchase orders or receipts for materials dated on or before November 7, 2019.
- The rebate application, which includes the post-upgrade home energy evaluation data and all supporting documentation, must be submitted by January 24, 2020.
Custom Upgrades - Post-upgrade Home Energy Evaluation Requirement
- A post-upgrade home energy evaluation is required for all Custom Upgrades (projects completed by a non-program registered contractor or ‘do it yourself’ projects).
- It is strongly recommended that post-upgrade home energy evaluations are completed by December 24, 2019. All post-upgrade Home Energy Evaluation information must be received by Energy Efficiency Alberta by January 24, 2020. See program terms and conditions for details.
Below are program details that may be helpful for those who have already submitted applications or are interested in learning more about how the program worked.
Ready to start saving?
Our new Home Energy Plan Program offers the best in energy efficiency rebates. Schedule a Home Energy Evaluation today to receive these great benefits
- Higher rebate amounts and an extensive suite of home upgrades that are only available in this program, including a new $500 minimum rebate for boiler and furnace upgrades.
- $1,000 bonus rebate when you complete three or more upgrades to your home.
- $300 rebate toward your Home Energy Evaluation to find out where the most savings are, personalized to your home.
- More rebate options including all the great upgrades found in our Home Improvement Rebates Program plus much more (furnaces, boilers, window glazing/inserts and skylights).
- For estimated rebate amounts, take a look at our Program Guide.
Start saving money and energy today.
How does it work?
Follow these simple steps:
1. Complete your EnerGuide* Home Energy Evaluation
- Choose an Energy Advisor and schedule your Home Energy Evaluation. We recommend getting at least two quotes as rates may vary.
- A $300 rebate will be applied directly to your Home Energy Evaluation invoice.
- Your Energy Advisor will assess your home from top to bottom and work with you to determine what energy-efficient upgrades are best for your home.
2. Get your custom home report
- Your home report will be available through an online portal at homeenergyplan.ca 2-3 weeks after your Home Energy Evaluation is completed.
- The report will show you where the best savings are in your home and will list all available energy efficiency rebates.
- Use your home report to select eligible upgrades such as furnaces, insulation and windows.
3. Complete the recommended upgrades and get your rebate
- Once renovations are complete, apply for a rebate:
- If you used a participating contractor from our E Pro Network, the contractor will submit your rebate application on your behalf (for qualifying “common upgrades” only). See the Program Guide for full details.
- If you used a non-participating contractor or completed the renovations yourself, a post-renovation Home Energy Evaluation is required to determine the energy savings prior to applying for your rebate.
4. Bonus rebates
- Schedule your Home Energy Evaluation today and receive an additional $1,000 rebate when you complete three or more eligible upgrades.
*EnerGuide is an Official Mark of Natural Resources Canada.