Energy efficiency grants

Benefit from Énergir grants specifically designed to make it easier for you to implement energy-efficiency measures, thus optimizing the way you use natural gas. Check the list of equipment and programs below to learn more about available grants.
Efficient Diagnostics and implementation

Study and implementation

Recommissioning


Efficient construction and renovation

Construction

Renovation

Renewable energy

Solar preheating


Efficient innovation

Innovation


Low-income household Support

Supplement for low-income households

Study and implementation

This program is divided in two components and aims the study and implementation of energy efficiency measures to optimize the use of natural gas and reduce energy consumption such as the heath recovery, the optimization of the steam network or the optimization of the boiler room.

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Recommissioning

Encourage the process of recommissioning existing mechanical systems in buildings in order to reduce annual energy consumption.

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Renovation

This program is aimed at encouraging renovations that will improve the thermal envelope of buildings to make them more energy efficient.

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Construction

The Program is aimed at encouraging the construction of energy efficient buildings that will reduce their operating expenses and increase their resale value.

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Solar preheating

Encourage the purchase and installation of a solar air preheating system for space heating. By preheating the air supply to a ventilation system, significant savings can be achieved on the consumption of natural gas needed to heat the fresh air.

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Innovation

The Innovation Program aims to identify and develop energy innovations that make a more efficient use of natural gas, have good market potential, and save energy.

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Supplement for low-income households

This program offers supplementary financial assistance to owners of multi-teant buildings with four or more units, one or more occupied by low-income households. The supplementary financial assistance is then shared between the building owner and the low-income households renting a unit in the building where the energy efficiency work is being carried out.

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