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We’ll be expanding our programs to include customers who heat with oil and have a household income of less than $70,000. Program details are still being developed and applications will be available January 16, 2023.

Who is eligible?

The Enhanced Energy Savings Program is open to all eligible New Brunswick homeowners, regardless of how they heat their homes.

Three important criteria are used to determine eligibility:

  1. An annual combined gross household income of up to and including $70,000. You can determine your household income by checking the most current income tax Notice of Assessment showing Line 15000 for each adult (18+) living in the home.
  2. You must own the home and live in it.
  3. Your home must have a need for major energy efficiency upgrades.

Who is eligible for mini-split heat pumps?

If you meet the eligibility requirements for the Enhanced Energy Savings Program, heat with electric baseboards, and do not already have a mini-split heat pump, it may be recommended as part of your home’s upgrades.

Please note: If you are enrolled in the Total Home Energy Savings Program, and are eligible for the expanded Enhanced Energy Savings Program, please contact us at SmartHabits@nbpower.com.

How to Participate

Complete the online registration form.

NB Power will then screen potential participants based on household income and the need for energy efficiency upgrades in the home.

Acceptance into this program is based on a first come, first served basis and subject to availability of program funding. You will be contacted if you are accepted into the program.

What You Will Need to Register

To register for the program, you need to complete the online registration form and provide one of the following:

  • A copy or photo of the most current income tax Notice of Assessment showing Line 15000 for each adult living in the home. Notices are issued by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). You may request a copy of your Notice for free by calling CRA at 1 800 959-8281, or
  • If you are income splitting with a spouse or common-law partner, copies or photos of the most recent full T1 Income Tax Returns showing line 11600 (which can affect Line 15000 on your Notice of Assessment).

 

*We cannot accept substitutions for the Notice of Assessment. Please note that originals will not be returned.

Please see the Program Guidelines for more information.

FAQs

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