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To help customers lower energy use, save money on utility bills and reduce their carbon footprint, SaskEnergy launched this year’s Residential Equipment Replacement Rebate on July 2 to provide monetary rebates for a variety of high efficiency natural gas equipment.

“The Residential Equipment Replacement Rebate provides a financial incentive for SaskEnergy customers to improve their overall home energy efficiency,” said Don Morgan, Minister Responsible for SaskEnergy. “Through the rebates, SaskEnergy is supporting its customers to make greener choices for home heating, water heating and ventilation equipment. These high efficiency models help to improve customers’ energy savings and comfort level for them at home.”

SaskEnergy offers rebates for the purchase and installation of qualifying natural gas furnaces, boilers, combi-boilers, water heaters and heat recovery ventilators (HRVs) through SaskEnergy Network Members. Rebate amounts can range from $250 to a maximum of $2,000 depending on the eligible equipment being installed. The rebates can be combined with the Home Renovation Tax Credit.

“SaskEnergy continues to look for ways to provide additional value and service for its customers,” said Morgan. “SaskEnergy provided more than $1.7 million through approximately 2900 rebates to customers across the province during the last program which ended March 31, 2021.”

Find details of the Residential Equipment Replacement Rebate on SaskEnergy's website. A full list of Network Members can be found on SaskEnergy's website.

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Program Facts

Eligible Equipment Rebate
Furnace - 96%+ AFUE, 2 stage $325
Furnace - 97%+ AFUE, modulating $650
Boiler - 95%+ AFUE $10/MBH (up to a max. of $2,000) 
Combi boiler - 95% AFUE $800
Heat Recovery Ventilator 
ENERGY STAR® certified
Tankless Water Heater
ENERGY STAR® certified
Condensing Water Heater
ENERGY STAR® certified
Tank Water Heater
ENERGY STAR® certified

Note: In 2019, this rebate was called the Residential Furnace Rebate. The program was renamed the Residential Equipment Replacement Rebate in 2020 and expanded to include additional equipment.