The ERV/HRV is not eligible for an incentive if the building doesn’t meet the terms and conditions below.
Get up to $50,000 in incentives for heat and energy recovery
Keep heat in while moving stale air out with heat-recovery ventilators (HRV) and energy-recovery ventilators (ERV). ERVs and HRVs transfer heat and moisture between the building’s exhaust air and the outside supply air. During the heating season, this raises the temperature of the outside air supply through heat transfer within the heat exchanger. Through this process, you’ll save energy by decreasing the load on the building’s heating system.
To help you take advantage of this energy-saving technology, Enbridge Gas offers financial incentives. In-suite incentives for affordable housing qualify under the Affordable Multi-Family Housing program.
An effective way to save energy
Reduce energy and operating costs.
Boost energy performance.
Improve comfort for residents.
Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
How the program works
Fixed incentives for ERVs and HRVs
Get per-unit incentives for equipment upgrades.
|No existing ERV or not required by code||$150 per unit
Max. $50,000 per building
|ERV improved effectiveness|
|Existing ERV or above code||Max. $50,000 per building|
|≥ 65% to ≤ 74% sensible heat recovery effectiveness||$50 per unit|
|≥ 75% to ≤ 84% sensible heat recovery effectiveness||$100 per unit|
|≥ 85% sensible heat recovery effectiveness||$150 per unit|
|No existing HRV or not required by code||$75 per unit
Max. $25,000 per building
|HRV improved effectiveness|
|Existing HRV or above code||Max. $25,000 per building|
|≥ 65% to ≤ 74% sensible heat recovery effectiveness||$25 per unit|
|≥ 75% to ≤ 84% sensible heat recovery effectiveness||$50 per unit|
|≥ 85% sensible heat recovery effectiveness||$75 per unit|