Water Heating Measures

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Water Heating Measures

Condensing storage water heaters—75,000 BTU per hour or less

  • ENERGY STAR®  condensing storage water heaters meeting the following criteria:
    • Type: gas storage
    • Rated heat input: less than or equal to 75,000 BTU per hour
    • Thermal efficiency: greater than or equal to 95%
    • Fuel type: natural gas and/or propane

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Rebate

$3/1,000 BTU/HR

Condensing storage water heaters—more than 75,000 BTU per hour

  • ENERGY STAR® condensing storage water heaters meeting the following criteria:
    • Type: gas storage
    • Rated heat input: greater than 75,000 BTU per hour
    • Thermal efficiency: greater than or equal to 95%
    • Fuel type: natural gas and/or propane

Find ENERGY STAR®  condensing storage water heaters here.

Rebate

$2/1,000 BTU/HR

Condensing tankless water heaters—75,000 BTU per hour or more

  • ENERGY STAR® condensing tankless water heaters meeting the following criteria:
    • Type: gas tankless
    • Rated heat input: greater than or equal to 90%
    • Fuel type: natural gas and/or propane

Find ENERGY STAR® condensing storage water heaters here.

Rebate

$3/1,000 BTU/HR

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.