Conserving energy means more than just using less energy to power your daily routine;? it can also improve the comfort, look and feel of your home. See how:
Save on Energy Programs for Residential Consumers
Save on Energy offers a range of programs to help consumers manage their energy use.
Save on Energy Deal Days?- Load up on LEDs, power bars, dimmers and more. Save instantly on a wide range of energy-efficient products with instant discounts at participating retailers across Ontario from October 6 to November 5, 2017.
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 ENERGY STAR? online to learn more and to see a complete list of energy star certified products.???
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