Find information on how to assess and improve the energy performance of old and new homes. Learn about the government programs and incentives that help Canadians consume less energy and save money.
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Home energy performance, energy-efficient upgrades and fixtures, EnerGuide rating, benefits of an energy-efficient home
Energy-efficient products and appliances, using the EnerGuide label, ENERGY STAR products, EnerGuide home evaluations
Assessment of home energy use, schedule and prepare for an EnerGuide evaluation, EnerGuide success stories and possible rebates or incentives
Financial incentives, rebates, programs, provinces.
Purchasing or building an energy-efficient home; energy saving innovations and options for your home
Service organizations, becoming an energy-efficient builder or energy advisor, tools for industry professionals
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