Upcoming Events on Energy Efficiency – Learn about Heat Pumps and More

image of a heat pump

It’s January – it’s cold and it’s dark. Does your home need an energy efficiency upgrade? Have you considered installing a heat pump? Do you want to learn more about energy incentive programs?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in registering for one of these upcoming events:

Save $$ with Climate-Friendly Heat Pumps (in person or virtual attendance)

Consider the savings of switching to a cold climate air-source heat-pump with a look at some real-world examples in Halton Region.

Ask questions about the technology and learn about the right fit for your home. Millions of cold climate heat-pumps are in use around the world but they are somewhat new to Canada. Find out why they are a sensible choice for the climate and your pocketbook.

This event is hosted by HACEN, GASP4Change and CFUW-Oakville

Incentives for Home Energy Conservation Upgrades

Energy Program staff from Reep Green SolutionsWindfall Centre and Green Venture will be discussing NRCan’s Greener Homes Grant/Loan, Enbridge Gas’ Home Efficiency Rebate and the new Home Efficiency Rebate Plus (HER+) program. This will be co-delivered by the Federal Government and Enbridge Gas and offer up to $10,600 in rebates.

Starting January 2023, homeowners in Ontario will have access to the Canada Greener Homes Grant via the HER+ program, and it will be open for all eligible Ontarians regardless of their heating fuel type.

This event is hosted by Green Venture

CAP Community Engagement Webinar – STEP Heat Pump Evaluations

Heat pumps are very efficient heating and cooling systems and can significantly reduce energy costs. In this webinar, Gil Amdurski from Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) will present everything you need to know about heat pumps – technology, types, and prices. In addition, Gil will share information about the TRCA’s Sustainable Technologies Evaluation Program (STEP) and real-life examples of heat pump projects.

This event is hosted by the Clean Air Partnership

For more information on the City’s climate change efforts, visit Burlington.ca/environment.

Take Action Burlington! Let’s learn from each other’s experience to help transition our community to cleaner energy. Collectively we can make a difference.


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