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Programs and financial assistance

The following are main programs offered by Transition énergétique Québec and its partners. Various types of financial assistance are available through these programs.

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Title Sector Agency Energy

Low income household supplement (residential component)

This program offers supplementary financial assistance to low-income households who are owners of a single-family home, duplex or triplex and who are participating in an energy efficiency program. The additional assistance doubles the amount offered by the program in which they are participating, excluding programs for the installation of a smart or programmable thermostat, for which the supplementary financial assistance is $220. This program also offers supplementary financial assistance to owners of multi-tenant buildings of three or fewer units, with one or more units occupied by low-income households. The supplement takes into account the percentage of low-income households renting a unit in the building where the energy efficiency work is being carried out, and is shared between the building owner and the low-income households.
Social community, Residential Gaz Métro

Technoclimat (in French only)

The purpose of this program is to finance projects that demonstrate new technologies and innovative procedures that show strong potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Québec. 
Technological Innovation, Municipal, Institutional Transition énergétique Québec (TEQ)

Technology and Business Demonstration

Get Hydro-Québec’s support to test the technical and commercial viability of innovative energy-saving or power-demand optimization measures. Hydro-Québec provides financial support to foster the emergence of innovative solutions. Applications must involve at least one Hydro-Québec customer.
Technological Innovation, Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Industrial Hydro-Québec

Branché au travail (in French only)

Le programme Branché au travail offre aux entreprises, aux organismes et aux municipalités du Québec une aide financière pour l'achat et l'installation de bornes de recharge de 240 volts en milieu de travail. Durant les trois ans suivant l’installation de la borne, la recharge doit être offerte gratuitement aux employés qui utilisent cette borne pour la recharge de leur véhicule personnel.
Transport, Industrial, Commercial, Institutional, Municipal Transition énergétique Québec (TEQ)

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