|Policy Type:||Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives, Policy Support|
|Agency:||Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)|
|Funding:||$6 million over 2 years|
On 12 August, 2003, the Government of Canada announced the investment of $6 million from Budget 2003 for the extension of the existing EnerGuide for Houses Program until March 2007. The Government of Canada, through the EnerGuide for Houses, will share the cost of home energy evaluations that will recommend energy-efficiency improvements to homeowners. The evaluation can cost between $225 and $325, but the Program will partially subsidise the cost by $150 per house. In early 2006, the Canadian government indicated a suspension of funding the EnerGuide for Houses Program.
|This record supersedes:||EnerGuide for Houses|
Last modified: Mon, 08 Apr 2013 20:27:06 CEST