The Energy Manager program is designed to help commercial, institutional and industrial businesses in Ontario unlock their energy savings potential. The program, the largest of its kind in North America, offers incentives to businesses to employ a professional energy manager, focused on improving the energy performance of operations by implementing energy-efficiency projects, best practices and undertaking operational and maintenance improvements.
The Energy Manager program is fully allocated and is not accepting new applications. Starting in 2023, the program will transition to a Strategic Energy Management (SEM) program that provides training, resources and enhanced technical support to companies with a dedicated energy manager.
Energy managers are professionals who bring strategic and technical expertise to identify energy-saving opportunities and to recommend energy-efficient equipment, technologies and best practices that are right for your business. Energy managers can help your business implement an energy management strategy. They do this by working directly with your operations team, vendors and service providers to support project success and benefit your business’ bottom line.
Save on Energy also provides free access to the following Energy Manager Support Services on a first-come, first-served basis to individuals working in energy management in an organization:
Energy managers mean business, and their goal is to help you unlock your business’ competitive advantage. Watch the video below to learn more about their success stories.
I’ve been an energy manager with Atlantic Packaging since 2012. Since I joined the company, we’ve reduced our electricity costs by ten percent and lowered the Global Adjustment charge by almost 50 percent. My employment contract requires me to reduce consumption by two percent annually at each of our facilities, and that means I’m accountable every day for delivering results based on our company’s energy strategy.