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We make it easy and affordable for you to choose energy efficient products for your business. Receive either instant in-store or mail-in rebates to help you offset the cost of premium energy efficient products. Instant in-store rebates are available on popular energy efficient lighting products at participating electrical distributors. Mail-in rebates are available on the remaining product types.
We make it easy and affordable for you to choose energy efficient products for your business.
LEDs use 75 per cent less energy than incandescent bulbs and last 25 times longer.
Laptops use up to 90 per cent less energy than desktop computers. In addition, laptops allow your employees more flexibility on when and where they can work.
High quality lighting can reduce errors and increase employee productivity by up to 10 per cent.
Optical daylight sensors automatically dim or turn off your lights based on the ambient light in the room. This technology presents an excellent energy savings opportunity for spaces with moderate to high amounts of natural light. Daylight sensors have the potential to save between 20 to 60 per cent of lighting energy costs. Occupants can also benefit from constant light levels, regardless of weather or the time of day.
Without light sensors, electricity costs can be incurred all day. Click below to install light sensors and see how much you can save.
When light sensors are installed they automatically dim the lights based on ambient light (daylight) levels. As the sun sets, the interior lights compensate and automatically brighten.
Occupancy sensors automatically switch the lights off when a room is vacated and switch them on again when someone enters. Click below to see how much you can save.
As much as 40 per cent of the electricity used in offices is for lighting. One of the most simple ways to reduce this is to use an occupancy sensor.
Using variable speed drives can provide significant energy savings, by better matching air and water flows to what is needed. A 10 per cent reduction in motor speed generally results in 30 per cent reduction in motor input power for fan and pumping applications. That translates to big savings in your operating costs.
The overall efficiency of a compressed air system can be as low as 5 per cent. This means every opportunity to improve the efficiency of your compressed air system, or to use less compressed air, is a valuable one. Simply fixing all compressed air system leaks can be a great first start, and often results in 10 to 20 per cent system savings.
Commercial kitchens use 2.5 times more energy per square metre than any other commercial space. Therefore, energy upgrades in kitchens add up to big savings.
Buying ENERGY STAR refrigerators can save you 35 per cent on refrigeration costs.
Controlling kitchen ventilation can save you up to 65 per cent of its operating costs.
Switching to ENERGY STAR lighting can save you an impressive 75 per cent on lighting operating costs, and result in a cooler kitchen.
There are lots of benefits for “demand controlled ventilation” or intelligent hood fans. They can save up to 50 per cent of your utility bill, and create a better working environment. They reduce the “always-on” fan noise from standard hood systems and better regulate the temperature in your building since cold air isn’t constantly being pulled in from outside.
Older style ventilation is ‘always on,’ constantly drawing energy, costing you more. It also brings in cold air from the outside on winter days, affecting temperature inside your building.
Using variable speed drives (VSDs) in your ventilation system means the fan adjusts to the amount of activity in the kitchen.
Fan speed is controlled according to air temperature. A sensor detects air temperature and the VSD adjusts the fan’s motor speed resulting in significant savings.
Lighting quality is an important part of the experience for your employees and your customers. With many of the new changes in lighting, there are new terms to learn. Learn about Lumens to get the right brightness of light. Learn about Kelvins to determine your ideal lighting temperature or colour. Move the sliders up and down.
Learn about kelvins to find your preferred light colour. Click on the circle and move the sliders up and down to see the effect on the room.
Learn about lumens to get the right brightness of light. Click on the circle and move the sliders up and down to see the effect on the room.
High-efficiency laundry machines have increased washing and rinsing performance. These units save energy through decreased hot water usage and a more advanced efficient washing process. In addition, high efficiency laundry machines finish their cycle with less water remaining in the laundry, significantly lowering energy use during laundry drying. Not only do they save money and use less water but the advanced technology decreases fabric wear during washing as well.
The average building wastes 30 per cent of the energy it consumes largely because of systems that are always on. HVAC occupancy sensors in your hotel rooms can reduce energy use when the room is not in use during a guest’s stay, reducing your utility bill and your operating costs. In addition, HVAC occupancy sensors reduce the costs associated with heating or cooling vacant rooms. Hotels in Nova Scotia have implemented these measures with paybacks in the range of 2-3 years.
Using a high-efficiency 3 horsepower scroll compressor for milk refrigeration uses 42 per cent less electricity than older models. A great way to improve energy savings.
A reliable supply of good quality water is a given for any livestock enterprise. In the past, electric and gas-heated waterers could be expensive. Now you can get high-efficiency waterers that save you money on your utility bill and keep your animals well-hydrated.
Energy efficient low-speed fans use 5 per cent of the power of older, inefficient fans in your dairy. In hotter months, you know that it is critical to keep the cows comfortable. Low-speed fans not only save energy, but are much quieter and provide more even ventilation than older technologies. The benefit is not only increased energy savings, but increased milk productivity.
High-efficiency fans improve air quality and thermal comfort to allow for higher productivity. Click below to see how much you can save.