Refreshing Nova Scotia’s Energy Efficiency Programs

  • Conducting a thorough review of each program.
  • Introducing updated guidelines that make life more affordable.
  • Tackling inequalities in our communities.
  • Facilitating green economy growth.

Our government’s ambitious new targets for GHG emission reduction and renewable energy production mean that some of our energy efficiency programs are in need of a refresh so that they continue to support Nova Scotians to reduce home energy bills and increase efficiency.

A re-elected Liberal government will conduct a thorough review of each program and introduce updated guidelines that make life more affordable, reduce reliance on heating oil, and tackle inequities in our communities. The programs will also be adapted to ensure that they are growing the green economy by facilitating hands-on job training.

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