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See your business in a new light with up to $2,000 in incentives towards eligible energy-efficient lighting upgrades.
Transform your business operations with energy-saving equipment or control systems retrofits.
Use this step-by-step guide to understand the Retrofit program incentive process and how you can add value to your customer relationship.
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.
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.
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.