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Heating and cooling rebate

You could qualify for a rebate when you purchase energy efficient heating and cooling appliances and fixtures for your home.

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​Home assistance program

As a homeowner, tenant or social and/or assisted housing provider, you could qualify for incentives when you improve the energy efficiency of your home.

Find out if you qualify

​Net metering
program

Save on your electricity bill by generating your own renewable electricity

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Heating and cooling rebate


 


 

Save energy

More than 60% of your home's annual energy use goes to heating and cooling. Reduce energy use, improve home comfort and live greener when you upgrade to a high-efficiency system, including:

Air Conditioners

Look for energy efficient Energy Star rated models. You could receive a rebate for up to $600.

Furnaces

Seek out high efficiency natural gas, propane, electric or oil furnaces. These could qualify for a rebate of up to $250.

Heat Pumps

Energy Star air-source heat pumps for electrically heated homes can qualify for a rebate of up to $5,800.

Plus, you could receive incentives of $50 for a qualifying adaptive thermostat and $30 for an ECM circulator pump.

Eligibility

Residents and home business owners who have had central heating or cooling equipment purchased and installed by a contractor approved by the Heating and Cooling Incentives program may qualify for a rebate.

Get your incentive

  Work with a participating contractor to purchase and install your new equipment before December 31, 2018

  Your contractor must submit your online rebate form by February 1, 2019

   Email your proof of purchase or mail it to Save on Energy Incentives (address below) by February 28, 2019

  Receive your incentive cheque in the mail in approximatly 4-8 weeks

​Save on Energy mailing address

30 Commercial Rd.
Toronto, ON
M4G 1Z4


Home assistance program




 

Benefit from energy efficient products

Under the Home Assistance program, all energy-saving fixtures and appliances are directly installed in the home and are free to participants. These include energy efficient products, such as:

  • LED lights
  • Smart power bars
  • Efficient shower heads
  • Efficient faucet aerators
  • Refrigerators
  • Window air conditioners
  • Programmable thermostats
  • Weather stripping
  • Attic or basement insulation

The program also includes a detailed in-home energy assessment, professional installation of energy-saving measures and advice on steps that can be taken to save even more energy.


Eligibility

To qualify for the program, you must be an EPCOR customer and an approved social housing provider, a resident in social housing or be considered in one of the following two options:

​Option 1

Your annual household income (after-tax income of all household members, age 18 or older) is less than or equal to the below amounts:

​Number of People Living in the Home ​After-tax Annual Household Income
​1 person ​$21,773
​2 persons ​$30,792
​​3 persons ​$37,712
​​4 persons ​$43,546
​​5 persons ​$48,686
​​6 persons ​$53,333
​​7 persons ​$57,606
​​8 persons ​$61,583
​​9 persons ​$65,319
​​10 persons ​$68,852

​Option 2

You have received one of the following for the past 12 months:

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Net Metering Program

 


 

Save on your electricity bill with renewable energy

It's your right to generate your own electricity and supply it back to the electrical grid. The Net Metering program measures the quantity of electricity you use against the quantity of electricity you generate through renewable energy sources. In partnership with the Ontario Energy Board, we help ensure the energy you produce is safe and reliable for you and your neighbors.

Eligibility

You can apply for the Net Metering program if you are an EPCOR customer and meet the following conditions:

  • The electricity is primarily generated for the customer's own use.
  • The electricity generated is conveyed to the customer's own consumption point without reliance on EPCOR's distribution system.
  • The maximum cumulative output capacity of the generator does not exceed 500 kW.
  • The customer generates the electricity solely from a renewable energy source.
  • The customer's location must be approved by EPCOR to have the capacity for a new net metering generator.

​Save on Energy

Subject to additional terms and conditions found at Save on Energy. Subject to change without notice. Save on Energy is powered by the Independent Electricity System Operator and offered by EPCOR in partnership with Alectra Utilities Corp. TMOfficial Mark of the Independent Electricity System Operator. Used under licence.