Canada Greener Homes Grant Program

Since May, 2021, the Canada Greener Homes Grant Program provides financial assistance for homeowners who are renovating their homes to make them both more energy efficient and more comfortable.

In Québec, homeowners will have to register for the Rénoclimat program in order to benefit from this grant.

  • The Canada Greener Homes Grant is open to owners of an eligible primary residence.
  • The offered amount can be up to $5,000 and can be used, for example, for some heating and cooling system retrofits, envelope measures such as windows and insulation and some renewable energy measures.

When enrolling in the Rénoclimat program, be assured that your file will automatically be transferred to the Canada Greener Homes Grant program team. They will contact you to confirm your eligibility to the federal program and to inform you of any federal assistance you may be eligible for.

For details about the federal program, please visit the Canada Greener Homes Grant website.

Homeowners registered to the Canada Greener Homes Grant program

Participants who have completed their work and wish to receive information on the processing of their file at the Canada Greener Homes Grant program should contact nrcan.canadagreenerhomesgrant-subventionmaisonsvertes.rncan@canada.ca or call 1 833 674-8282.

The processing times of your file by Natural Resources Canada and the tracking of CGHG financial assistance are beyond the control of the Rénoclimat program management. Any inquiries on this matter will be directed to Natural Resources Canada.

Canada Greener Homes Loan

Owners of an eligible primary residence for the Canada Greener Homes Grant and who wish to make major renovations to their homes may be eligible for an interest-free loan of up to $40,000 through the Canada Greener Homes Loan to finance these renovations.

Owners have to begin their application before starting renovations.

For more information, visit the program’s webpage or begin your application.

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