Updates made to Save On Energy Retrofit Program
Updated: Dec 30, 2019
As of August 12th 2019, the Save On Energy Retrofit Program has added new incentives.
New lighting and updated compressed air measures are now available under the Retrofit program, while some older lighting measures have been reduced or removed.
The updates enable businesses to take advantage of new technologies and products to help reduce energy costs and improve the overall operation of buildings and facilities.
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Retrofit incentives are available to owners or lessees* of:
Commercial spaces or buildings, such as offices, retail and grocery stores, restaurants, hotels and warehouses
Industrial facilities in sectors such as food and beverage, automotive, plastics and packaging industriesInstitutional buildings, including hospitals, universities, municipal halls and arenas
Multi-family buildings, such as apartments (including low-income and social housing) or condominiums
Agricultural facilities, including dairy, swine or poultry farms, greenhouses and nurseries
*If you lease, you must have the owner’s consent or authorization.
What kinds of projects are eligible?
Overall, projects that are eligible under the Retrofit program are those that provide sustainable, measurable and verifiable reductions in peak electricity demand and electricity consumption.
-Improvement of a building envelope's thermal performance through measures such as:
increased insulation, and installation of high-performance windows and frames
low-emissivity window glazing
low-emissivity roof barriers
implementation of new operating procedures required either to obtain or increase the effectiveness of an energy management system or building automation system, including the installation of equipment such as:
an energy management system
building automation systems
related communication systems
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