2019-2020 Interim Framework
The 2019-2020 Interim Framework offers energy-efficiency incentives and rebates to electricity customers through a suite of Save on Energy programs. The programs provide a valuable and cost-effective system resource that helps customers better manage their energy costs.
- Retrofit Program
- Small Business Lighting
- Energy Manager Program
- Process and System Upgrades
- Energy Performance Program
- Home Assistance Program
- Energy-efficiency programming for Indigenous communities
In addition, there is opportunity for Transmission-Connected customers to participate in energy efficiency under the Process and Systems Upgrade Program and can access incentives through the Retrofit Program, Energy Manager Program, and energy-efficiency training opportunities.
For a complete listing of programs and eligibility requirements please visit the Save on Energy website.
June 5, 2019: Ontario Interim Energy-Efficiency Framework Targets Released
Energy-efficiency efforts in Ontario are well positioned to help the province achieve real energy savings and reduce costs. The IESO’s Program Plan for the 2019/20 Interim Framework sets out an approach that provides streamlined energy-efficiency programs in ways that will achieve the most impact. Save on Energy programs will target businesses, Indigenous communities and low-income consumers, while at the same time, reducing costs up to $442 million.
This plan will also set the stage for the evolution for future initiatives that build on private sector capabilities to promote and incent energy efficiency. As part of its preparations for 2020 and beyond, the IESO will reach out to consumers and stakeholders alike to develop new approaches to ensure that Ontario’s electricity system can rely on conservation as the most cost-effective form of supply.
View a breakdown of the Interim Framework budget and targets.