Save on Energy

Response to COVID-19: As the impact of COVID-19 continues to unfold, in-person interactions for Save on Energy programs have temporarily ceased. This includes the installation of equipment by Save on Energy representatives for business and residential programs, as well as face-to-face customer interactions. The IESO will continue to accept new applications. Support continues to be available for customers by phone or email. Please visit the contact us page and for more information, read our FAQs.

Discover your energy-saving potential

Uncover more than just savings with the help of Save on Energy.
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Be aware

Save on Energy does not call homeowners to solicit participation in its programs. If you receive a call or home visit from a group claiming to be Save on Energy, please let us know by emailing saveonenergy@ieso.ca.

For Business and Industry

It's time to get more efficient

Boost your bottom line and improve your operations with energy-efficiency upgrades through Save on Energy.

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Home Assistance Program

You already do your best to save money. The Home Assistance Program can help you better manage your monthly electricity costs and improve your home comfort.

For Your Small Business

Small Business Lighting

See your business in a new light with up to $2,000 in incentives towards eligible energy-efficient lighting upgrades.

For Business and Industry

Buying guide for variable frequency drives

Learn about variable frequency drives (VFDs) and how they can help motor-driven equipment, like pumps and fans, work more efficiently.

For Contractors and Allies

Retrofit application, step by step

Use this step-by-step guide to understand the Retrofit program incentive process and how you can add value to your customer relationship.

Why energy efficiency?

When you save energy, you save money on your electricity bill and you make a lasting contribution to reducing long-term energy costs. Energy efficiency reduces and delays the need for new power plants and transmission lines. Investments in energy efficiency also make businesses more competitive and our homes more liveable.

Strengthening communities through energy efficiency 

The First Nations communities of Fort Albany, Kashechewan and Attawapiskat are making their homes safer and more comfortable through Save on Energy programs. Watch how simple changes make a big impact.

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About Save on Energy

Save on Energy is here to help you use energy wisely at home and at work. It’s the mark of energy-efficiency programs offered by the Independent Electricity System Operator. You can take advantage of its incentives and resources to make your energy-efficiency projects more affordable, allowing you to reap the rewards faster. Save on Energy also raises awareness about the many ways we can reduce energy waste in our day-to-day lives – putting energy efficiency within your reach.

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