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Enbridge Gas Rebates & Incentives Program

Enbridge Gas Residential Rebates and Incentive Programs

Our energy efficiency programs can give you a head start on reducing energy costs in your home.
Smart Thermostats Program - Home Comfort. Automatic Savings.
One of the easiest ways to save on your energy costs is by installing a smart thermostat. It uses sensors and Wi-Fi technology to maximize your home comfort and energy savings. That’s why Enbridge Gas Distribution is proud to introduce our new Smart Thermostats Program. Participants who reside within the Enbridge Gas Program Delivery Area and who purchase and install a qualifying Smart Thermostat before December 31, 2017 are eligible to receive a $100 incentive. If you are an Enbridge Gas customer, the incentive will be paid as a bill credit on your Enbridge Gas account. If you heat your home with oil or propane, the incentive will be paid in the form of a cheque. Visit smartthermostats.ca for full program details.
Home Energy Conservation Program - Use Less. Do More.
We are proud to offer you the Home Energy Conservation Program, brought to you by the Government of Ontario and delivered by Enbridge Gas Distribution.
If you heat your home with natural gas, propane, oil or wood, and you're a qualified homeowner, you could be eligible for incentives of up to $2,100. This program makes it easy and affordable for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home, lower your energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. To learn more please visit knowyourenergyscore.ca
Do you qualify for the Home Winter Proofing Program?
The Home Winter Proofing program helps eligible low-income Enbridge customers lower their energy costs and make their home healthier, comfortable and energy efficient. For qualifying customers, your home may have free energy efficiency upgrades completed to reduce your energy costs.

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