We can’t control Mother Nature, but we can help
control your energy costs.


Whether you’re a dairy farmer or a greenhouse grower, your first step towards savings is to get in touch with our dedicated on-site energy manager for the agriculture industry.

We will personally review your project and provide you with step-by-step guidance on how to become more energy efficient without interrupting your season.

You’ll learn about the numerous ways to both reduce costs and increase yield, including:

  •  Better lighting and ventilation, creating a more comfortable environment for staff and livestock
  • Efficient heating and cooling equipment to keep products fresher, for longer
  • More efficient equipment for processes such as milking and storage

These are just some of the upgrades you can make now to ensure that years from now, you’ll still be enjoying the good things efficiency brings.

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Your agriculture facility could benefit from rebates on high quality, efficient equipment, and programs that identify energy saving opportunities—helping your business run at peak performance.

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To better understand your business and provide you with the best solutions, complete the contact form. Describe your next project, or simply tell us a bit about what you’re looking to achieve. We can help identify the programs and rebates that will be the ideal fit for your business.

The quicker the milk cools, the better quality it will be.

A dairy farm in the Valley is now enjoying the good things efficiency brings, with a tall glass of cold milk. They installed a heat recovery unit in their processing area and received a rebate of $1,950. They now save $2,500 annually on bills, and the milk is cooled faster resulting in a better quality product.

“The new lighting makes the workspace a lot more inviting, allows you to stay alert longer, and is much lower in cost.”

With help from Efficiency Nova Scotia, Oberland Agriscience is creating a sustainable solution for the global protein shortage. With a rebate of over $4,200 on their new heat pump and insulation upgrades, they are able to grow tropical insects, providing protein for fish and poultry. They’re saving over $6,000 a year in bills which they can invest back into their business.

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Search our directory to find a qualified local professional to complete your efficiency upgrade project. Connect with contractors, insulation installers, heating system installers, electricians, and more.