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Top 5 reasons to apply for the ENERGY STAR Canada Awards

The annual ENERGY STAR® Canada Awards recognize businesses and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to protecting the environment through superior energy achievements. Here are 5 good reasons you should apply for the ENERGY STAR Canada Awards:

Winter is coming: top tips to heat your home for less

Don’t let the winter blues get you down this year. Keep your spirits high, your bills low and your home warm this season with these toasty tips.

Green gift guide to Black Friday deals

Are you stuck debating between getting someone socks or another gift card? Figuring out the perfect holiday gifts can be a struggle. This Black Friday, why not look for great deals on gifts your loved ones will actually enjoy and benefit from all year round – energy-efficient products.

Is your thermostat smart enough?

3 reasons why smart thermostats are better for you and your home.

How to make your coffee business more eco-friendly

We have some extra-hot, no-foam, half-sweet, decaf, eco-friendly, energy saving tips for your coffee business. Learn how to save money and boost your bottom line.

Beat the heat and keep your home comfortable

When it’s too hot outside, we’ll do almost anything to stay cool. Before you crank your thermostat down to arctic levels, consider these smart habits to beat the heat and avoid rising energy bills.

Simple tips for brighter savings

Lights are a big part of our lives, so might as well use them as efficiently as possible. It’s a bright idea and as easy as flicking a switch!

Guide to residential water heaters

Last in line to take your shower, again, and there’s no more hot water? This is one reason you might start thinking about a new water heater. With many options to choose from, it’s important to learn and understand the benefits of different systems.

How to Recognize Energy Scams

Knock, knock. Who's there? Not ENERGY STAR Canada, that's for sure. In fact, if someone is at your door without your invitation, and wants to talk to you about thermostats, water heaters, furnaces, or even replacement windows, it's not your utility or any other government representative either. Most likely, the person at the door is a scammer, and unfortunately, they'll say anything to get your money.

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