Tips on Energy Conservation
The fall 2010 Power Savings Event is designed to help you get more for your energy dollar through the wise use of a variety of energy-efficient products. Energy-efficient products last longer, reduce maintenance and labour costs and improve living and working environments.
With 60% of your yearly electricity bill going toward heating and cooling your home, it makes good sense to look for ways to reduce your usage and your bills.
That’s where the COOL SAVINGS REBATE comes in. If you’re looking to replace your old air conditioning system with an ENERGY STAR® qualified model, then we have attractive rebates to help you do just that. Having a programmable thermostat or new furnace installed? We have rebates for those things too.
The Green Energy Act, 2009 (GEA) was introduced to the Ontario Legislature on February 23, 2009. It includes a proposal for a new renewable energy program known as a Feed-in Tariff (FIT) Program designed to further encourage the development of renewable energy supply.
By using electricity wisely, we can all better manage our electricity bills and help the environment at the same time. Find Rebate Programs In Your Area Algoma Power Inc. Asphodal-Norwood…
During those occasional hot summer days when the demand for electricity is at its highest and central air conditioners (CACs) are running at their maximum, they can strain Ontario’s electricity system. You can do your part to help the province manage this peak demand by enrolling in peaksaver®. Your participating electric utility will install the necessary device (either a thermostat or switch) enabling your CAC to receive a signal that will automatically cycle it down for short periods of time. It will happen only on the hottest weekdays during the middle of the day. Chances are you will not even notice the 1° – 2°C change in your home’s temperature.
As a ‘thank you’ for enrolling, you will receive *$25.