Protect your home from the outside elements by taking advantage of thousands of dollars in rebates.
Heat and cool your home more efficiently while reducing your carbon footprint.
Heat and cool your home efficiently by taking advantage of the underground temperature of the earth, using a participating contractor.
Reliable and customized money saving and low-carbon advice for your home energy improvements is a phone call away.
The First Nations Conservation program offers energy-efficient upgrades for products designed to add comfort and increase efficiency at zero cost.
Receive a $100 rebate from Save on Energy and the Green Ontario Fund for purchasing and installing an eligible smart thermostat for your home.
The Affordability Fund provides free energy efficiency upgrades to qualifying Ontarians who are not eligible for other low-income conservation programs or who are unable to make energy efficient improvements without financial assistance.
Get up to $5,000 back for making efficiency upgrades throughout your whole home. Plus receive additional rebates to upgrade electrical appliances.
Stay comfy for less. Upgrade your home heating and cooling systems and save up to $325 a year in energy costs.
Get $100 towards more efficient home heating, optimized for you. Smart thermostats adapt to your ideal energy patterns, boosting your overall energy-awareness while offering comfort and savings you can rely on.
A free program for low-income customers to improve the comfort and energy efficiency of their homes and reduce their gas bills by up to 30 per cent.
Live comfortably in a home built for sustainability. Integrate energy efficiency into every inch of your future home with the Savings by Design program.
Get charged up about Electric Vehicles! Receive up to $1,000 for the purchase and installation of an Electric Vehicle charger in your home.
A free program to help low-income customers reduce energy use at home, with an energy assessment and upgrades.
Whether you’re building a new home or undertaking large renovations within your current space, New Home Construction can help you make energy efficiency a part of the blueprint.