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Wood Stove Exchange Program
The 2022 Wood Stove Rebate program runs from January 1st, 2022 to November 30th, 2022.

The Provincial Wood Stove Exchange Program provides rebates to eligible residents who remove a non-EPA certified wood-burning appliance used for home heating and replace it with a cleaner heating option.

 

The program is funded through the BC Lung Association and qathet Regional District to reduce particulate matter in the atmosphere and improve air quality.

 

Homeowners can apply through Efficiency BC to access additional rebates outside this program. For those exchanging their wood stove for an air sourced heat pump, some models are eligible through BC Hydro, City of Powell River and Better Homes BC for additional savings. Local retailers may also offer additional in-house incentives.

 

New 2022 Rebate Amounts
New Heating Appliance Type Rebate Amount
Electric Heat Pump $750
Pellet Stove, Electric Fireplace Insert $550
EPA Certified Wood Stove $400
New 2022 Rebate Amounts for First Nation residents
living within Tla’amin Nation Lands
New Heating Appliance Type Rebate Amount
Electric Heat Pump $1,150
Pellet Stove, Electric Fireplace Insert $1,000
EPA Certified Wood Stove $600
Acceptable air quality is everyone’s right. Protecting air quality is everyone responsibility.
Please direct any questions regarding the program to the Let’s Talk Trash Team at 604-485-2260 extension 308 or info@letstalktrash.ca.