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Effective October 24, 2019, the Home Energy Plan is no longer accepting new applications. Home energy evaluations and upgrade projects already in progress will be honoured by Energy Efficiency Alberta. For deadlines, eligibility and program closure details please see this website.

The Home Energy Plan helps you save money and upgrade your home

The Home Energy Plan is a program that helps you understand your home’s emissions, and provides rebates for upgrades, including high-efficiency furnaces, insulation, hot water heaters, windows, drain water heat recovery, and more.
To start the process, an expert will come to your home and give you a Home Energy Evaluation, which will guide you on how to make your home more energy efficient. You get $400 towards your Home Energy Evaluation and an EnerGuide label, plus rebates for the upgrades you make.

The Home Energy Plan is a program of the City of Edmonton and Energy Efficiency Alberta designed to help homeowners understand their home’s energy performance, increase energy efficiency, and reduce greenhouse gases.

Visit the EEA website to start your Home Energy Plan today.

Get $400 Off Your Energy Evaluation

Homeowners can receive $400 against the cost of a Home Energy Evaluation when you share your results online. (Energy Efficiency Alberta will provide $300 and the City of Edmonton will provide an additional $100). This program helps Edmontonians reduce their home’s greenhouse gas emissions and makes energy use in homes more visible.

Book an EnerGuide evaluation for your home and get $400* off the price of the evaluation. To find out more, visit the Change Homes for Climate website.

* Edmonton residents only

Renovation Upgrade Rebates

The Home Energy Plan then gives rebates on the home upgrades recommended in your energy evaluation. The City tops up these rebates for Edmonton residents, with an additional:

  • 20% on per GJ rate for Common and Custom Upgrades (see program guide for details)
  • $100 top up for furnace and boiler upgrades

Follow Up Evaluation Rebate

Now that your home has been upgraded, update your EnerGuide score to show your hard work. The City of Edmonton provides an additional $250 rebate to cover most of the cost of this evaluation.

Home Energy Plan Map

Start your journey toward less energy loss, greater comfort, and environmental stewardship today.

Answers to frequently asked questions about the Edmonton Home Energy Plan, a home energy efficiency program.

Learn what an energy evaluation is and how it can benefit you.

For More Information

Leon Milner

Title Program Coordinator - Residential



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