Efficiency Nova Scotia Free Rebates
- Air-to-Water Heat Pumps
- Basement Header Insulation
- Basement Slab Insulation
- Ceiling Insulation
- Centrally-Ducted Heat Pumps
- Draft Proofing
- Drain Water Heat Recovery
- Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump
- Exposed Floor Insulation
- Exterior Wall Insulation
- Foundation Insulation
- Ground Source Heat Pumps
- Heat Recovery Ventilation
- Pellet Furnaces & Boilers
- Pellet Stove
- Solar Air Heating Equipment
Clothes Washers: Energy efficient clothes washers can save you over 3,000 liters of water every year, and save you an average of $40 every year on energy costs.
Refrigerators: Older fridges can use more electricity than any other home appliance, so an upgrade can mean real savings.
Rebates End Date Varies per promotion
A little background on Efficiency Nova Scotia
This is an independent organization that was formed to help the residents of Nova Scotia reduce the consumption of energy. Improve the efficiency of energy in their homes and workplaces.
Tips and advice on how to save on energy
There are many ways that you can save on your energy consumption. Below you will find just a few;
- Power Bars: Save $50-$100 a year by using Power Bars.
- Electronics: turn off all appliances and lights when not in use and save up to $100 a year.
- Cold Water Wash: use cold water to wash your clothing and save up to $100 a year
- Use Energy Star CFLs . They use up to 75% less energy than regular ones.
- Thermostats that are programmable. Program your thermostat to turn down when you leave your home or go to bed at night. Cuts down on unnecessary heating costs.
- Computers: keep them in standby mode or energy saving mode if not in use.
- Draft-proof your home.
- Plant trees in your garden.