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.
Save on Energy does not call homeowners to solicit participation in its programs. If you receive an unprompted call or home visit from a group claiming to be Save on Energy, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Out-of-date household items can make electricity bills more expensive for your home or social housing property. The Save on Energy Home Assistance Program offers free energy-efficiency upgrades for income-eligible homeowners and tenants, and eligible social housing providers, as well as an in-home energy assessment to help uncover more ways to save.
To be eligible, you must be a resident of an eligible non-profit housing property, OR be an individual who owns, rents or leases their residence, is listed as the primary or secondary utility account holder, and meets one of the following criteria: