Jump on a New Heat Pump

North Shore municipalities team up with CleanBC

We're working with the other North Shore municipalities and the province’s CleanBC program to help homeowners make the switch to energy-efficient, low-carbon heat pumps for home heating and cooling.

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Homeowner heat pump webinar 

Watch a recorded webinar for homeowners to learn more about heat pumps and get answers to common questions.


Learn about rebates

CleanBC has a range of rebates available to fit your project. You can find these through the CleanBC website, or refer to the Rebate Chart for a summary of all available rebates. 

Additionally, residents can access rebates through the Canada Greener Homes Program. This program offers grants of up to $5,000 to help homeowners make energy efficiency retrofits to their homes, including switching to a heat pump. This federal rebate program requires a separate application that can be found here

West Vancouver top-up rebate

The District is offering a $2,000 top-up rebate for residents who switch from a fossil fuel heating system to an electric air-source heat pump. There remain a number of CleanBC rebates which can be found at the link above, or by using the CleanBC Better Homes Rebate Search Tool

CleanBC Income Qualified Program

Everyone deserves a healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient home. Based on your household income, the CleanBC Income Qualified Program offers enhanced rebates to make energy-saving home upgrades more affordable. Find out more at betterhomesbc.ca/income-qualified or by calling 1-833-856-0333 or emailing [email protected].

Heat pump group purchase rebate

CleanBC is also offering an additional heat pump group purchase rebate of up to $500 for homeowners switching from an oil, natural gas, or propane heating system to an eligible air source heat pump.

The more homes that register and apply as a group using the same group code, the higher the rebate for each participant, so share this page with your friends.

Current North Shore Group Code: GPR0139-EXP19/09/2022

This code expires on September 19, 2022, and can be used by a maximum of 30 participants. A new code will be posted to this webpage once the existing one is full or expired.

How to take advantage of the Group Purchase Rebate:

  1. Register with the North Shore Group Code at betterhomesbc.ca/gpr-register once you have installed your eligible heat pump.
  2. Apply to Clean BC Better Homes for all eligible rebates before the code expires. Don’t forget to enter your GPR group code in the promo code field of the application form. If you have multiple Codes (i.e. GPR code and the double the rebate promo code), include both separated by a comma in this field.
  3. Spread the word about the North Shore group code. The more homes that install a heat pump and apply using the same code, the higher the rebate. Participants must register with the complete GPR Code (format GPRXXXX-EXPDD/MM/YYYY), have their heat pump installed, and submit applications for rebates within six months of their final installation invoice date.

Watch and find out why heat pumps are a better way to heat your home

Homeowner webinar

View a recording of our webinar to find out tips from industry experts.

This campaign is part of the District’s of West Vancouver efforts towards addressing climate change in alignment with its Community Energy and Emissions Plan, Better Climate, Better Community, and Council’s 2019 climate emergency declaration. This program was developed with financial support from BC Hydro.

More information

Homeowner Guides

We’ve developed a series of homeowner guides to help you in each stage of making the switch to a heat pump.

How Heat Pumps Work

Types of Heat Pump Systems

Is a Heat Pump Right for You

Navigating Heat Pump Rebates

What You Need to Know When Installing a Heat Pump

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