Think of an energy audit as a plan of action
You need to understand how your building uses electricity so you can set goals and target energy savings. We can help you uncover opportunities with incentives up to 50% for an energy audit.
We'll help you find your potential
See where you're wasting electricity
Identify and prioritize upcoming projects
Get buy-in for capital projects
What are the incentives?
For Building Owners
Electricity Survey and Analysis
Get up to $25,000
We'll help you evaluate and prioritize your best energy-saving opportunities for an investment grade audit and fund up to $25,000.
Detailed Analysis of Capital Intensive Modifications
Get an additional $10,000 back
For buildings greater than 50,000 square feet, we cover up to 50% for detailed project costs and deeper savings calculations for capital-intensive projects identified by the electricity survey and analysis.
For Tenants or Building Owners
Building Systems Audit
Get up to $5,000 back
Provides recommendations and simple payback calculations for non-capital intensive projects. Often, these savings can be achieved by improvements to non-lighting equipment, including:
- Pumps and domestic water
- Other distribution systems
Electricity Survey and Analysis – Tenants
Do you rent an office or retail space? Up to $7,500 available!
We'll cover up to 50% of the cost for audits of lighting, office equipment and plug loads.
Your first step? Contact Toronto Hydro's Energy Experts
We'll guide you through the process – and the paperwork.
(don't start your audit until you receive approval from Toronto Hydro)
5 Conduct an energy audit
(you'll receive an email from Toronto Hydro)
Submit your invoice for the approved amount
Email Toronto Hydro with an invoice for the approved incentive amount.
Get your action plan underway.
Contact a Toronto Hydro Energy Expert for no-cost technical help and to access rebates.
Your audit must be completed by a qualified, experienced energy auditor who is a:
- Professional Engineer (PEng.)
- Certified Engineering Technologist (CET)
- Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with at least three years of experience evaluating energy systems
- Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) with at least three years of experience evaluating energy systems
- Engineer-in-Training, under the supervision of a PEng. or CET, only if the audit report is signed by the qualified professional
- Building Energy Assessment Professional, as designated by the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers
- Certified member of the Associated Air Balance Council (AABC) or National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB), where a Detailed Analysis of Non-capital Intensive Modifications involves balancing water systems or balancing air systems
You may also qualify for these business rebates:
Get up to 50% to upgrade old equipment
Talk to our Energy Experts about getting your energy-efficiency upgrades underway.
See available rebates
Three new incentive hhhprograms
From lighting and refrigeration to rooftop air conditioning, we have rebates for you.
See available rebates
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