Fees for Standard Services
* Net Zero Retrofit (NZR) planning for single unit residential (house) with a NRCan Energy
Audit includes the NRCan Energy Audit and a Path to Net Zero Planning Report
*NRCan Energy Audit - Fees range depending on the NRCan Service Organization but generally are about $500.00 for the initial visit and $200 for the follow-up visit. These open up a $600.00 NRCan grant for the energy audits. Note: as of December 1st, 2020, the federal government rebates the NRCan Energy Audit (-$600.00) following successful completion of at least one measure. A follow-up visit is required to confirm a measure has been completed. Completion of the NRCan Energy Audits (initial and follow up visit) open up eligibility for up to an additional $5,000 in Greener Homes Grants.
* Path to Net Zero Planning Report is $450.00. The Path to Net Zero Planning Report takes the results from the NRCan energy audits and further:
- estimates the energy savings by recommended measure in dollars ($)
- estimates the costs of the recommended measures in dollars ($)
- estimates a simple payback by measure in years
- estimates the reduction in Green House Gases by measure in kG/year
- advises on a reasonable year to do each measure to maximize the value of existing eqpt.
* Utility and Capital Cost Comparisons between four heat pump models - $250.00
Next Renewable and Sustainable Building Design Course
(fees - $1,200 special offer)
Approximately 40% of North American Energy is consumed in buildings. Almost all those buildings can be economically converted to conserve that energy (Net Zero Energy) and eliminate the associated Green House Gas production. This course outlines the methods to move buildings (new and existing) to high energy performance or net zero performance and to significantly reduce direct energy costs, and greenhouse gas emissions caused by building energy requirements.
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