Home Assistance Program: The home assistance program provides eligible Ontario homeowners, tenants and social and/or assisted housing providers with a detailed in-home energy assessment, installation of energy-saving measures and advice.
The price that most residential consumers in Ontario pay for their electricity depends on when they use it. Under time-of-use pricing, consumers pay a lower price for electricity when it is least expensive — and higher when electricity costs more to produce. This rate structure gives customers the opportunity to lower electricity costs by shifting usage off-peak times of the day or week.
Updating home appliances to ENERGY STAR® certified will help reduce energy costs and increase home comfort. ENERGY STAR® certified products are available at multiple retailers across the province. Visit the Natural Resources Canada website to learn more and to see a complete W88list of energy star certified products.
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