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.
Round-the-clock requirements mean grocery stores can use a lot of energy. The good news is, you can minimize your overhead costs, and pass on the savings to your customers, by investing in energy efficient equipment.
One size doesn't fit all when it comes to how retailers use energy. But whatever makes your space special, you can discover ways to save on your energy costs with help from Save on Energy.