Getting started with Save on Energy

You and your customers share the same goal – to grow your business. As a contractor, distributor, consultant or other trade professional, you already offer expertise and quality service to your customers. With help from Save on Energy incentives, you can deliver even more value and strengthen your business too.

Go further and help your customers receive incentives for energy-efficient solutions, so they can save energy and money to invest back into their business.

Which Save on Energy incentive programs are available for my customers?

Through incentives, your customers can save on improvements to their heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, as well as lighting, compressed air and other motor systems, whether small equipment upgrades or larger, more complex improvements.

What kinds of training does Save on Energy offer?

If you want additional support to keep yourself up to date, create new business opportunities and deliver the best to your clients, Save on Energy recommends that trade professionals explore and learn about available training and incentive programs.


Quick tips

You can save your customers valuable time by acting as their incentive application representative. That way, they can stay focused on their day-to-day tasks.

Where do I learn more about this type of work?

Share examples with your customers of how Save on Energy’s incentive programs have helped other similar businesses, so they can see how they can benefit too. Plus, access references to help you strengthen your project proposal.

See the Knowledge Centre for case studies, energy efficiency guides, brochures and videos.

How can I find my customer’s local hydro company?

Your customer's local hydro company serves as an important partner when delivering Save on Energy incentive programs. If you don’t know the name of the hydro company, you can find it by searching by postal code.

Note that some postal code areas are served by more than one hydro company.