Improve indoor and outdoor air quality and save money on your new energy-efficient heating system.
Residents of the lower Sunshine Coast and the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District can access rebates up to $750* to install a new, low-emissions electrical appliance such as a heat pump or electric fireplace insert.
Wood Smoke Reduction Program, previously known as the Wood Stove Exchange Program now does not require residents to remove their wood-burning stove in the case of an emergency such as an electrical outage
To be eligible for the Wood Stove Rebate, your existing wood-burning appliance must be used for home heating, and not conform to current CSA/EPA emission standards. It must be decommissioned and properly recycled. See bottom of the form for required documentation.
Rebate funding is limited and available to qualifying residents on a first-come, first-served basis. The value of the rebate cannot exceed the value of the appliance.
*Residents of the District of Sechelt are eligible for an additional $250 rebate top-up. People experiencing low income are eligible for up to $1500. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
To apply for a rebate and confirm your eligibility, please complete this registration form:
Community Wood Smoke Reduction Program Questionnaire
*Please complete this questionnaire for the CWSRP