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The Green Municipal Fund (GMF) provides funding to cover up to 80% of eligible costs for energy efficiency retrofit capital projects in the form of low-interest loans up to $5 million and grants up to 15% of the loan value.

The program is available to all Canadian municipal governments. Find out if your heating and cooling, renewable energy generation, or energy storage project qualifies. Learn more about the Capital project: Retrofit of municipal facilities funding.

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Up to $170,000 per unit for energy efficiency

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) provides low-interest and forgivable loans covering up to 100% of eligible retrofit costs for multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs) to accelerate reductions in energy consumption and harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

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Low-interest financing for energy efficiency projects in Toronto

The City of Toronto offers fixed, long-term, low-interest financing up to 100% of project costs to help institutional buildings invest in energy efficiency retrofits, including heat pumps, renewable energy systems, and battery storage.

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Up to $5M funding to construct net-zero municipal facilities

The Green Municipal Fund (GMF) provides funding to cover up to 80% of eligible costs to finance newbuild, energy-efficient facilities, such as police stations, recreation centres, and arenas, in the form of low-interest loans up to $5 million and grants up to 15% of the loan value.

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Up to $1.25M grant to retrofit recreational or cultural facilities

The Green Municipal Fund (GMF) provides funding to cover up to 80% of eligible costs for capital projects to retrofit community buildings, such as libraries, swimming pools, and community centres, to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by a minimum of 30 per cent.