Eligibility and Program Guidelines
To be eligible to participate in the Total Home Energy Savings Program you must meet these requirements:
You must be the legal Property Owner in order to apply for the Total Home Energy Savings Program.
- Your home is: a residential property, no more than three stories high, smaller than 600 m² (6458 ft²)*. Single-family homes, detached, side-by-side, or row homes are eligible.
- Manufactured or Mobile homes are on a permanent foundation*.
- Buildings must be habitable, structurally sound and capable of receiving a home evaluation, as determined by a Certified Energy Advisor. The home must have all interior and exterior finishes in place (including, for example, siding and drywall) and have a functioning automated heating system, kitchen, and bathroom.
- Buildings that participated in any of Efficiency NB’s programs or NB Power’s Home Insulation Energy Savings Program that still need upgrades.
*As defined under Part 9 of the National Building Code of Canada 2010
Ineligible buildings include:
- Cottages and camps not lived in year round
- Multi-unit condominiums or apartment buildings with 3 or more units
- Commercial buildings
- Buildings that are not habitable, structurally sound or are not capable of receiving a home evaluation, as determined by a Certified Energy Advisor (i.e. fire damage, uninhabitable, major renovation or construction in progress, etc.)
Please note: Homes having up to two units, such as granny suites or homes with an adjacent unit, may be eligible to participate in the program. If there is an interior unlocked doorway connecting the two units, the property may be eligible. Eligibility will be determined by your Service Organization.
Rented equipment may be eligible with prior approval of the rental agreement by NB Power. Please see the Eligibility Criteria section of the Program Guidelines for currently approved rental agreements.