Water Heating Programs – Condensing Gas Water Heater Incentive Program

Water Heating Programs – Condensing Gas Water Heater Incentive Program

Water Heating Programs – Condensing Gas Water Heater Incentive Program:

Objectives and Description:

Condensing Gas Water Heater Incentive Program offers financial incentives to facilities looking to purchase highly efficient condensing gas water heaters. These water heaters operate at 95% thermal efficiency – which is much higher than conventional tank style water heaters that operate at 80% efficiency. Incentives are provided for $350 per unit.

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Space Heating Programs – Infrared Heater Incentive Program

Space Heating Programs – Infrared Heater Incentive Program

Space Heating Programs – Infrared Heater Incentive Program:

Objectives and Description:

Infrared Heater Incentive Program offers financial incentives to facilities looking to purchase highly efficient Infrared heaters. These heaters lower operating costs with reduced energy consumption. Incentives range from $50-$300 per unit.

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Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) and Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)

Space Heating Programs – Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) and Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)

Space Heating Programs – Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) and Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV):

Objectives and Description:

Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) and Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV) Program offers financial incentives to facilities looking to purchase either an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) or Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV). Both are able to provide fresh outdoor air while recovering the most energy possible from outgoing air. Both types of ventilators are ideal for buildings that are sealed for energy saving purposes. Incentives range from $400-$1,500 per unit.

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Space Heating Programs – Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation Unit

Space Heating Programs – Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation Unit

Space Heating Programs – Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation Unit:

Objectives and Description:

Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation Unit Program offers financial incentives to facilities looking to purchase highly efficient destratification fans, which offer an inexpensive and efficient way for facilities to bring the heat down from the ceiling to mix with cooler floor temperature air. These fans can also work in conjunction with air-conditioned spaces, allowing for a higher temperature set point and lower cooling costs. Incentives provided are for $1,300 per unit.

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Space Heating Programs – Condensing Make-up Air (MUA)

Space Heating Programs – Condensing Make-up Air (MUA)

Space Heating Programs – Condensing Make-up Air (MUA):

Objectives and Description:

Condensing Make-up Air (MUA) Program offers financial incentives to facilities looking to purchase condensing make-up air units, providing fresh air to common areas in commercial buildings. These high efficiency units, resulting in lower operating costs, feature high turn-down modulating burners with stainless steel heat exchangers. Incentives range from $500-$2,600 per unit.

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Space Heating Programs – Condensing Boiler Incentive Program

Space Heating Programs – Condensing Boiler Incentive Program

Space Heating Programs – Condensing Boiler Incentive Program:

Objectives and Description:

Condensing Boiler Incentive Program offers financial incentives to existing industrial facilities looking to replace an aging boiler or new facilities installing a high-efficiency condensing boiler. Incentives include:

  • $600 per unit up to 299 MBtu/hr 
  • $1,500 per unit from 300 to 999 MBtu/hr 
  • $4,500 per unit over 1,000 MBtu/hr

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Engineering Energy Efficiency Feasibility Study

Engineering Energy Efficiency Feasibility Study

Engineering Energy Efficiency Feasibility Study:

Objectives and Description:

Engineering Energy Efficiency Feasibility Study Program helps fund studies to identify and quantify potential energy saving measures on natural gas consuming equipment, gas-related heating systems or facilities. Studies analyze an existing building or process to determine the changes that will increase its overall energy efficiency. Typical projects include thermal surveys, facility air-balances, HVAC audits, energy audits, benchmarking activities and equipment upgrade studies. Incentives include:

Commercial customers: 30% up to $4,000

Industrial customers: 50% up to $10,000 

One study /site/ year

$10,000 cap applies to multi-site industrial customers, one study per year

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Demand Response Contractual DR3

Demand Response Contractual DR3

Demand Response Contractual DR3:

Objectives and Description:

Demand Response Contractual DR3 Program is designed to help manage the electricity needs of Ontario while also providing Ontario businesses a financial incentive to make energy management a part of everyday operations. For example, a facility could shed load by powering down non-critical equipment or shifting production to non-peak periods. Participation can take place in two different ways: a voluntary, flexible way to earn monthly payments or higher incentive rates in return for a mandatory commitment to take part in activation notices.

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Audit Funding

Audit Funding

Audit Funding:

Objectives and Description:

The Audit Funding Program offers financial incentives to eligible business owners and tenants towards the cost of an energy audit to help prioritize the best opportunities to reduce energy costs. The audits provide businesses with the data needed to fully understand the financial benefits of installing a variety of energy-efficient measures. Funding is provided for up to 50 percent of the project cost where calculations are based on building size and audit complexity, and ranges from $5,000-$35,000.

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Indoor Water Assessement Program

Indoor Water Assessement Program

Indoor Water Assessement Program:

Objectives and Description:

Indoor Water Assessement Program is aimed at identifying areas of potential average daily water savings that may be achieved through a permanent process. The Water Assessment Process begins with a free water assessment, measuring a business' current indoor water use to pinpoint ways to save water and gas consumption.

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