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Incentive & Rebate Programs
You Choose, You Save
LiveSmart BC programs are designed to empower British Columbia citizens, businesses and consumers to make smarter, greener lifestyle choices. The decision to take climate action may come in the form of behaviour changes (modes of transportation, home utility usage), consumer choices (energy and fuel efficient products, home heating systems), or conservation decisions (home retrofits, business upgrades).
Rebates and incentives listed here are designed to decrease your energy consumption (electricity, natural gas, motor fuel) and help you enjoy savings from lower monthly bills.
By taking advantage of these opportunities you will not only reduce your carbon footprint (greenhouse gas emissions) and save money, but you will also be supporting the Province's goals of meeting carbon reduction targets and developing a greener economy.
For information and to keep up with LiveSmart incentive program news and updates, follow the RSS feed, featured in the widget below. You can also tune in to the LiveSmart BC Blog for other Climate Action stories.
LiveSmart BC: Efficiency Incentive Program
Tens of thousands of British Columbians are saving energy and money because of their participation in the LiveSmart BC: Efficiency Incentive Program.
Because of the resounding success of the program, the Province is extending the incentives in partnership with provincial utility providers BC Hydro and FortisBC.
Now, you can join your neighbours across B.C. who are saving money and reducing energy use by accessing these incentives... read more >>
LiveSmart BC: Small Business Program
Helping BC Businesses Go Green and Save.
Launched in January 2011, the LiveSmart BC: Small Business Program will make it easy for thousands of BC small businesses to save money and reduce their energy consumption.
The program provides free Business Energy Advisor (BEA) services to help small businesses improve their energy efficiency and reduce their energy costs... read more >>
Transportation Rebates and Incentives
Choose to scrap your older existing car instead of re-selling it. Choose to buy a fuel-efficient vehicle. Choose to ride a bike. Choose to save on fuel.
NEW: Starting Dec. 1, 2011, Clean Energy Vehicle incentives provide rebates to British Columbians purchasing CEVs (up to $5,000 off) and Residential Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles... read more >>