The City of Toronto launches BetterHomesTO to help residents shift to net zero homes. BetterHomesTO is a new online resource with information, rebates and incentives to help Toronto homeowners make their homes more energy efficient and comfortable. BetterHomesTO provides information on key energy efficiency upgrades as well as guidance on planning a renovation.
The City of Toronto launches BetterHomesTO to support residents in moving toward more energy-efficient, climate-friendly and resilient homes.
“As we respond to the climate emergency and take action to reduce emissions from buildings, transportation and waste, we hope to support residents in moving toward more energy-efficient, climate-friendly and resilient homes through BetterHomesTO. The City of Toronto is committed to continuing to invest, innovate and act for the good of our city, our health and our economy,” said Mayor John Tory.
BetterHomesTO is Toronto’s Guide to Creating a More Comfortable and Climate-Friendly Home.
“We all have a role to play in making our city and planet a healthier place to live. Many homeowners want to do their part to combat climate change, but don’t know how to get started. BetterHomesTO provides an important resource that will make it easier for Toronto residents to improve the energy efficiency of their single-family homes,” said Councillor Jennifer McKelvie (Ward 25 Scarborough-Rouge Park), the Mayor’s Resilience Champion and Vice-Chair of the Infrastructure and Environment Committee.
Visit BetterHomesTO to access information on available supporting programs and rebates, including the City’s Home Energy Loan Program (HELP), Enbridge’s Home Winterproofing Program, Home Efficiency Rebate Program and the Province of Ontario’s Affordability Fund.
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