Get up to $4,500 for a hybrid heating system through the Clean Home Heating Initiative -
Time is running out, offer expires in March

For a limited time only, Enbridge Gas customers who are homeowners in Sault Ste. Marie, St. Catharines, Peterborough, and London can receive up to $4,500 for installing a hybrid heating system through the Clean Home Heating Initiative, funded by the Ontario Government.

A hybrid heating system consists of an air-source heat pump unit with smart controls. The system switches between energy sources to heat and cool your home as efficiently as possible, helping to reduce energy costs and your carbon footprint.

Time and space are limited, contact a participating HVAC contractor today to get started.

Find a participating HVAC contractor

The Clean Home Heating Initiative is a collaboration between Enbridge Gas and the Government of Ontario. Funds for the Initiative along with the customer financial incentives are provided by the Government of Ontario from the 2022-2023 Budget.

Saving energy is just one of the benefits

Space heating accounts for more than 60 percent of the energy use in the average Canadian home.* A hybrid heating system with smart controls switches between electricity and natural gas to heat and cool more efficiently to reduce emissions, optimize energy use and reduce long term costs.


Easy and convenient

Smart controls automatically switch between natural gas and electric heat, based on which source is the most efficient at a given time.


Gain more resilience

With two heating systems, homeowners always have energy-cost resiliency and the option to heat with natural gas or electric heat.


Heat more efficiently

By optimizing the home’s energy mix based on the source that’s the most cost effective, energy costs are reduced over the long term.


Lower carbon footprint

Hybrid systems reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 30 percent so homeowners will also be taking action on climate change.

How does hybrid heating keep energy costs low?

Hybrid heating uses two systems to heat as efficiently as possible. An electric air-source heat pump will heat the home when temperatures are moderate and electricity rates are low. When temperatures are cooler, or at times when electricity rates are at their peak, the system automatically switches to the condensing natural gas furnace, ensuring comfort on cold winter days. The home will also be cooled efficiently by the heat pump.

During the summer:

The air-source heat pump draws heat from inside the home and moves it outside, cooling more efficiently than an old air conditioner.

During the spring, fall and winter:

The air-source heat pump draws heat from outside and moves it indoors. If it gets too cold outside, the condensing natural gas furnace will automatically kick in to provide backup heat.

See why homeowners Sheri and Pat switched to hybrid heating

“The installation went very smoothly… They were here for a day and then they set everything up. They handled all the paperwork and a cheque showed up from the program. The house is much more even in temperature.”

– Homeowners Sheri and Pat installed hybrid heating
London, Ontario

Is your home eligible?

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    You own a home in Peterborough, St. Catharines, Sault Ste. Marie or London, Ontario.

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    You’re an Enbridge Gas residential customer and on time-of-use electricity rates.

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    Your home is heated with a condensing natural gas furnace.

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    You have a central air conditioner or are looking to replace or add a new air conditioner. Even if you don’t have AC, you can still participate.

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    Your home has wifi for the smart controls to access.

Limited spaces available

Get up to $4,500 in incentives for an electric air-source heat pump

Ready to get started?

The Clean Home Heating Initiative is delivered by select participating HVAC contractors in your municipality. They will guide you through the process and confirm your eligibility. Once you are comfortable with the quote provided by the participating HVAC contractor, they will install the air source heat pump and work with you to submit a rebate application to Enbridge Gas on your behalf. You will receive your incentive of approximately $3,000 to $4,500 depending on the type of air-source heat pump unit installed within 6 to 10 weeks from the time the rebate application was submitted.

Here is a list of participating HVAC contractors in your municipality:

Participating HVAC portal companies in London
Name Contact # Email address
Builders Choice Air Systems 519-521-2683
Donaldson Heating & Air Conditioning 519-439-4328
Enercare 1-866-627-6483
My Fireplace/COAD 519-652-0416
Orzech Heating & Cooling 519-204-8080
Peter Inch & Associates Heating + Air Conditioning Inc 519-900-9960
Reliance Home Comfort 519-709-9514
Salmon Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning 519-451-8910
The Hayter Group 1-877-HAYTERS (429-8377)
Participating HVAC portal companies in Peterborough
Name Contact # Email address
123 HVAC 289-688-2334
BOYLE HVAC 705-741-1023
British Empire Fuels 705-738-2121
Edgar Simmons Heating 705-743-1381
Enercare 1-866-627-6483
Fransky Mechanical 705-749-0937
Kawartha Clean Air Specialists 705-743-7338
Kawartha Eco Climate Control 705-868-8246
Linked Home 1-888-512-0230
Neil Johnston Heating 705-742-8769
Original Flame 705-742-9452
Reliance Home Comfort 647-295-7393
Tom's Heating and Cooling 705 740-2218
Participating HVAC portal companies in St. Catharines
St. Catharines
Name Contact # Email address
A Plus Air Systems (St Catharines) Inc 905-643-1799
Enercare 1-866-627-6483
Enviro-Niagara 905-735-1124
Konkle Plumbing & Heating Inc. 905-563-4847
Linked Home 1-888-512-0230
ProCare Heating and Cooling 289-929-0118
Reliance Home Comfort 905-599-1763
Participating HVAC portal companies in Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie
Name Contact # Email address
Direct Mechanical 705-779-3225
DNM Heating and Cooling 705-256-6163
Reliance Home Comfort 705-255-7785
S & T Group 705-942-3043
Superior Home Comfort 705-253-1970
Wardlaw Heating & Air Conditioning 249-201-7820