Funding & Rebate Schemes

The energy efficiency market is built around public funding support for technologies that are proven to reduce consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

Below are the approved funding & rebate schemes that EndoTherm is supported by.

Due to their use of public money, utility rebates and funding streams are tightly controlled and any new technology is extensively vetted to ensure funds translate to carbon savings.

This process also helps build confidence in a naturally skeptical market. See below some examples of rebate programs and funding streams that are available and have helped boost confidence in the EndoTherm technology.

FortisBC Natural Gas Rebate Program – British Columbia, Canada

After a two year review (across 25 sites) including local universities, school districts and social housing a hydronic additive rebate was launched by FortisBC in British Columbia.
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MCCAC (Recreational Energy Conservation) Program – Alberta, Canada

Funding is available to support EndoTherm installs in recreational facilities from the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC).
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US Department of Agriculture – Rural Energy for America Program (REAP)

The United States Department of Agriculture confirmed EndoTherm is eligible as a product to use within the REAP (Rural Energy for America) Program.
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How EndoTherm Works

EndoTherm is a unique energy saving hydronic heating additive, independently proven to save up to 15% on heating consumption! But how does it work?

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International Journal of Energy Management features EndoTherm

EndoTherm is featured in the latest issue of the International Journal of Energy Management (Volume 3, Issue 5, 2021) which is published by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)....

Aboriginal Housing Management Association Published Case Study

Who are AHMA? AHMA is an umbrella organization composed of 41 Members that are each Indigenous Housing and Service providers. Our members represent over 5000 Indigenous families living...

EndoTherm is a pre-approved technology under the REC program provided by the MCCAC in Alberta

Who are the MCCAC? The Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC) was founded in 2009 as a collaborative initiative of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association, Rural...

EndoTherm Hydronic Additive Featured in Engineered Systems

The success of EndoTherm seen by Burnaby School District was featured in Engineered Systems Magazine

Impact of COVID-19 on building heating demand and M&V of EndoTherm Performance

COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on global behavior including the way we use buildings. With many commercial buildings left unoccupied, domestic demand has significantly increased as people...