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The government recognizes that COVID-19 has continued to cause disruptions in supply chains and labour shortages, and it has caused some facilities to be shut down temporarily, resulting in delays to anticipated completion dates of certain energy efficiency projects. Projects under the following CFF Programs may be eligible for an extension to December 31, 2021: Retrofit Program; Process and System Upgrade Program; Residential New Construction Program; and High Performance New Construction Program.

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The Energy Affordability Program helping lower monthly electricity costs and increase home comfort.

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Small Business Lighting Incentives up to $2,000

See your business in a new light with up to $2,000 in incentives towards eligible energy-efficient lighting upgrades. All types of businesses with 50 or fewer employees on site at any point in time can participate. Eligibility excludes previous participants of the Small Business Lighting Program from 2016 – 2019.

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Energy Affordability Program

Provides support to income-eligible electricity consumers by helping lower monthly electricity costs and increase home comfort. Incentives vary, including free home energy needs assessment, replacement of inefficient appliances, professionally-installed insulation and draft-proofing.

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Retrofit Program

Receive Save on Energy Retrofit incentives through the IESO for a variety of energy efficient measures available under three streams: Lighting, HVAC, and Manufacturing and other equipment. Open to building owners or lessees in commercial, industrial, institutional, Multi-family buildings and Agricultural sectors.

Eligibility also open to eligible small businesses offering incentives for a wide variety of equipment for everything from walk-in freezers for foodservice operators to photocells and timers for greenhouse operators.

Learn more about the IESO Retrofit program


Agricultural Incentives

Looking to improve your greenhouse or barn operations and bottom line? Learn more about the Save on Energy agriculture incentives from the IESO. Equipment Incentives include LED grow lights, Dual and natural exhaust vents, high-efficiency ventilation exhaust fans, recirculation ventilation fans and photocells and timers for lighting controls.

Learn more about IESO Incentives for Agriculture

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Foodservice Distributor Discount Program

Instant Save on Energy discounts through the IESO on your purchase of eligible energy-efficient commercial food service equipment .. Up to $1,000 off eligible equipment with lasting benefits. Receive upfront discounts on your purchase and improve your businesses’ bottom line by reducing maintenance costs and receiving faster returns on your investments.

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Program Changes

The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) has been directed by the provincial government to change the way residential, business and industrial conservation and energy efficiency incentive programs are delivered.

Click here to see how things have changed