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Energy Efficiency in the Home

The average Nova Scotian home uses most of its energy for heating, appliances and lighting. There are lots of opportunities for you to save energy and money throughout the whole house.

Building a new home provides exciting opportunities to save energy and money, but improvements to your existing home can also make a big difference!

If we all make just a small change to the way we use energy, we could make a significant difference to the economic and environmental future of Nova Scotia. That means more money in your pocketbook and a greener future for all generations of Nova Scotians.

If we take ownership of the solution, we can make a difference. It starts with all of us. The Government of Nova Scotia, through Conserve Nova Scotia, is making it easier for homeowners to make these changes.

We offer a variety of rebates and programs to help homeowners save energy and money, and protect our environment.

Visit the links below or on the left-hand side of the page for more information.

  • Programs & Rebates
  • Appliances
  • Electronics
  • Lighting
  • Heat & Hot Water
  • Energy Saving Tips for the Home