The Energy Affordability Program provides support to income-eligible electricity consumers by helping them to lower their monthly electricity costs and increase their home comfort.

What is the Energy Affordability Program?

Depending on your situation, you may receive different energy-saving products and services. Some participants may qualify for a free home energy needs assessment conducted by a trained energy professional, to help identify energy-efficient upgrades available for their homes, such as replacement of inefficient appliances and professionally-installed insulation and draft-proofing. These upgrades may be installed during or after an in-home visit.

Other participants may qualify instead for free energy saving kits. These are customized to meet their energy needs and could include energy-saving LED lighting, timers, faucet aerators and/or a clothes drying line.

All expert advice and energy-saving home upgrades under this program are completely free of charge.

How to get started?

To sign up, find out if you qualify or learn more about the program by one of two options:


Contact Save on Energy EAP by phone at 1-855-591-0877  or email Save on Energy EAP at


Provide Save on Energy with information and get a call back from the program service provider within two business days. 

What free upgrades are available through the program?

Depending on eligibility and the existing equipment within your home, you may receive:

  • ENERGY STAR®-certified LED light bulbs
  • High-efficiency showerheads (standard and handheld)*
  • Faucet aerators (kitchen and bathroom)*
  • Drying line for clothes
  • Energy-efficient refrigerator
  • Window air conditioner
  • Smart power strip
  • Additional attic or basement insulation**
  • Weather stripping around doors and windows**
  • Smart thermostat(s)**

* For homes with electric hot water heating

** For homes heated by electricity

Saving energy is simple with the Energy Affordability Program.

Where Can I find more information?

More program information including answers to frequently asked questions can be found on the Energy Affordability Program webpage.