Low-income families in Saskatoon are now able to apply for a new energy assistance program with SaskPower. The program is designed to help homes become more energy-efficient and save money. Read more: Electric vehicle use on the rise in Saskatchewan, SaskPower planning for more in the future For those who are eligible for the program, home energy advisors install a number of items including a smart thermostat, LED light bulbs, high-efficiency showerheads and kitchen/bathroom faucet aerators. “It helps our customers understand the ways that their bills can be lowered,” said SaskPower media relations consultant Scott McGregor. “It also allows […]

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