Energy Efficiency Funding & Rebate Schemes

The energy efficiency market
is built around public funding
support for technologies that are
proven to reduce energy 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.

Funding & Rebate Schemes – Canada

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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SaskEnergy Hydronic Additive Rebate Program

As of 1st September 2022 EndoTherm is included as an eligible product within the SaskEnergy Hydronic Additive Rebate Program in Saskatchewan. The Hydronic Additive Rebate Program is provided by SaskEnergy to help their customers reduce natural gas consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and over the long term save money.

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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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Funding & Rebate Schemes – United States

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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UGI Custom Rebate Program – Pennsylvania, United States

Earn UGI rebates when you install EndoTherm to help improve the efficiency of your boiler system and GHG emissions from your building.
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Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection – Small Business Advantage Grant

The Pennsylvania Government, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) confirmed EndoTherm is eligible for their Small Business Advantage Grant.
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