The Save on Energy Retrofit program offers businesses incentives to upgrade equipment, reduce energy bills, lower carbon footprints and enhance staff comfort. The program offers financial incentives through two streams.
The custom stream offers financial incentives for businesses to undertake larger, more complex retrofit projects, that are more reflective of the participant’s actual operating conditions. The custom stream is structured to accommodate a wide range of project types to help participants capture greater energy savings.
The prescriptive stream offers financial incentives for targeted retrofits, helping participants upgrade to more energy-efficient equipment. The prescriptive stream, which focuses on commonly used products and technologies, is suitable for more typical upgrades of equipment.
Businesses can receive incentives for a variety of energy-efficient measures available in three areas: Lighting, HVAC, and Manufacturing and other equipment.
Retrofit incentives are available to owners or lessees* of:
*If you lease, you must have the owner’s consent or authorization to participate.
What types of projects are eligible?
Projects eligible for the Retrofit program are generally those that provide sustainable, measurable and verifiable reductions in peak electricity demand and electricity consumption. Project incentives are available for a variety of products and technologies to continue to help businesses save on energy costs and increase their competitiveness.
Examples of eligible projects include:
Speak to your Save on Energy representative to find out how the Retrofit program can meet your needs.
Learn more about the Retrofit program and its incentives and find out if your business is eligible.
Download the program brochure
Compare Retrofit and Energy Performance Program key measures and program requirements.
Download the program comparison guide
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