(not a rebate)
Type of Incentive
Type of Product
Who Is Eligible
Consumers can borrow energy-monitoring devices from public libraries at no cost.
Kill-a-watt meter is a device can be plugged into appliances and it will calculate the amount of electricity being used
Ontario (selected locations)
Steps to Get This Rebate:
Contact the public library:
- Churchill – 2282 4th Line
- Cookstown – 20 Church Street
- Lakeshore – 967 Innisfil Beach Road
- Stroud – 7883 Yonge Street
For more information about this program, please contact your local library branch or email [email protected].
When the Rebate Ends:
For More Information:
Martin (energy monitoring guy) says
Lending those things out is a seriously good idea. To all homeowners out there: I suggest you borrow one of these power monitors, plug it in, and check it at different times of the day (and with different things switched on and off) to get an idea of what uses lots of energy in your home, and when. Even if you give it back a week later, you’ll be far more aware of your energy consumption, and that awareness will save you energy.
Thanks very much for commenting, Martin. I haven’t used this myself, yet, but will be doing so soon.