SaskPower Launches Commercial Energy Optimization Program

May 7, 2024

As part of SaskPower’s commitment to energy efficiency, the utility has launched the new Commercial Energy Optimization Program (CEOP) to support SaskPower business customers in becoming more energy efficient and to help save money on their power bills.

The program will provide large, medium, and small business customers with easy access to technical, analytical, and financial support to increase their energy efficiency.

“SaskPower is committed to enabling our customers to find efficiencies and to save money on their power bills,” said Rhea Brown, Executive Vice-President of Customer Experience and Procurement. “Increasing energy efficiency is an important part of our path to a decarbonized electricity grid, and through the CEOP, we’re able to support a large part of our customer base in this transition.”

Qualified customers will receive a number of support and coaching services, such as energy audits, business case development support, and energy management plan implementation support to help realize tangible efficiencies on their energy use. The program will also offer several incentives to implement energy efficiency technologies.

The program will run until March 31, 2027, and is eligible for all business customers in Saskatchewan. The CEOP is provided, in part, with funding from Natural Resources Canada’s Deep Retrofit Accelerator Initiative.


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