Programs and Incentives for Homes
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Programs and Incentives
Various programs are available to help you lower electricity costs, save energy (and reduce your carbon footprint), and make your home more comfortable and efficient - an ultimate win-win. Plus, by combining certain programs, you can unlock even greater savings.
Get rebates on energy efficiency upgrades to your air conditioner (tune-up or replacement), dehumidifier replacement, smart thermostat and pool pump.Learn more
Better Homes Ottawa Program
Looking to make energy-efficient home upgrades? You may be eligible for a low-interest, 20-year loan, as well as other rebates and incentives to help cover the costs.Learn more
Energy Affordability Program
For income eligible homeowners and tenants, get energy-saving upgrades tailored to your specific needs, all at no cost.Learn more
Manage energy costs for your home with programs and credits offered by the Ontario government.
Canada Greener Homes Grant
Receive a grant of up to $5000 to cover the costs of energy-saving upgrades, plus up to $600 towards EnerGuide evaluations.Learn more
Energy-saving tips and tools
See how you can use less electricity and save by making simple energy-efficient changes around your home.
My Energy Action Plan
Take control of your energy consumption and build your personalized action plan with Save on Energy's My Energy Action Plan. Answer just a few simple questions and discover valuable tips and tools tailored to your specific needs.Get started
Discover tips and tricks to help manage home energy use.Learn more
Continue the energy-saving journey
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