HVAC Measures

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Products must meet the Canadian Certification Standards as outlined by the Standards Council Canada for product approval, or equivalent certification by an applicable Certification body such as ULc, ETLc, CSA, etc. Click here for additional information regarding product approvals and certification bodies.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Measures

High-Efficiency Furnace

  • Rated heat input must be less than or equal to 300,000 BTU per hour
  • Must be ENERGY STAR® certified furnace
  • Annual fuel utilization efficiency must be greater than or equal to 96%
  • Both natural gas- and propane-fired models are eligible
  • Are not eligible: Oil-fired models
  • Must provide specification sheet(s) with application

Rebate

$2/MBH

Condensing boilers – Small

  • Rated heat input must be less than or equal to 300,000 BTU per hour
  • Must be ENERGY STAR® certified boiler
  • Annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) must be greater than 90%
  • Must be used in a hydronic (hot water) system
  • Are not eligible: Steam boilers
  • Both natural gas- and propane-fired models are eligible
  • Are not eligible: oil-fired models
  • Must provide specification sheet(s) with application

Rebate

$6/MBH

Condensing boilers – Medium

  • Rated heat input must be greater than 300,000 and less than or equal to 2,500,000 BTU per hour
  • Thermal efficiency must be greater than 90%
  • Must be used in a hydronic (hot water) system
  • Are not eligible: steam boilers
  • Both natural gas- and propane-fired models are eligible
  • Are not eligible: oil-fired models
  • Must be certified to CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 Standard for gas-fired low pressure steam and hot water boilers
  • Must provide specification sheet(s) with application

Rebate

$4/MBH

Condensing boilers – Large

  • Rated heat input must be greater than 2,500,000 BTU per hour
  • Thermal efficiency must be greater than 90%
  • Must be used in a hydronic (hot water) system
  • Are not eligible: steam boilers
  • Both natural gas- and propane-fired models are eligible
  • Are not eligible: oil-fired models
  • Must be certified to CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 Standard for gas-fired low pressure steam and hot water boilers
  • Must provide specification sheet(s) with application
  • Boiler must be used for space heating, water heating or both

Rebate

$3/MBH

Near-condensing boilers – Small

  • Rated heat input must be less than or equal to 300,000 BTU per hour
  • Annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) must be greater than or equal to 85%
  • Must be used in a steam system
  • Are not eligible: hydronic (hot water) boilers
  • Both natural gas- and propane-fired models are eligible
  • Are not eligible: oil-fired models
  • Must be certified to CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 Standard for gas-fired low pressure steam and hot water boilers
  • Must provide specification sheet(s) with application

Rebate

$2/MBH

Near-condensing boilers – Large

  • Rated heat input must be greater than 300,000 BTU per hour
  • Thermal efficiency must be greater than 85%
  • Must be used in a steam system
  • Are not eligible: hydronic (hot water) boilers
  • Both natural gas- and propane-fired models are eligible
  • Are not eligible: oil-fired models
  • Must be certified to CSA 4.9/ANSI Z21.13 Standard for gas-fired low pressure steam and hot water boilers
  • Must provide specification sheet(s) with application
  • Boiler must be used for space heating, domestic water heating, laundry services or many of the aforementioned uses

Rebate

$2/MBH

The requirements described in the Technical Specification section are solely to meet the rebate requirements for the BNI program. They do NOT overrule or supersede in any way the permitting regulations, municipal, provincial or federal codes, standards, and any other relevant Acts currently in force. The technical specifications described in this program are meant to be the minimum required by the program to obtain rebates. Where the appropriate Authority Having Jurisdictions (“AHJs”) require a higher standard be in place, the person/company performing the work must follow the AHJ’s requirements. It is the responsibility of the person/company performing the work to know and follow codes, standards, and regulations.