Programs & incentives
Improve your business' energy efficiency, and save.
We offer a variety of programs to help you improve your business' energy efficiency, including incentives for making energy-efficient upgrades and opportunities to learn from experts.
- Social housing retrofit support program: Social housing providers can access funding and support to implement a variety of energy conservation measures.
- New industrial plant design: Get funding and design expertise to design an energy efficient plant or expand an existing one.
- Energy studies & audits for industrial customers: Free or funded access to energy experts who can look into how you use energy and identify ways to trim costs.
- Project incentives for industrial customers: Set goals for energy savings at your business and get funding for making energy efficiency upgrades to help you get there.
- Customer build program: Support for developers in the design and construction of underground residential developments
- Sustainable communities: Help for local governments in meeting the challenges of energy and GHG reductions.
- Alliance of Energy Professionals: Our growing network of independent lighting, electrical and mechanical professionals assist industrial and commercial businesses in energy-efficient improvements.
- Employee awareness: Get help developing a plan to engage employees and help promote energy efficiency in the workplace.
- Continuous optimization: Incentives, tools, and support to improve your building's energy efficiency now and in the future.
The Province of British Columbia has recently launched a new program called EfficiencyBC
The EfficiencyBC Program is intended to help building owners and operators reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in their existing commercial buildings.
EfficiencyBC is offering both a Custom Program offer for larger operations and a Custom-Lite Program offer intended to facilitate smaller electrification opportunities across the commercial and institutional building sector.
For full program details visit EfficiencyBC.ca.
This program is funded in part, by the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada.