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Ontario AffordAbility Fund

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Feb 24, 2018
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Ontario AffordAbility Fund

Submit an enrollment form to see if you qualify...

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The AffordAbility Fund is here to help Ontarians who pay an electricity bill ease what they spend on electricity.
Take a few minutes to enrol and find out what you qualify for, from FREE ENERGY STAR® light bulbs, a power bar and/or faucet aerators to ENERGY STAR® appliances and home energy plans and upgrades.

Your local electric utility and community services are working together to help you improve your home’s energy efficiency with free energy-saving upgrades, which can lower your home’s energy use and your electricity bill.
You may qualify for free upgrades, including:

ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs
ENERGY STAR® certified appliances
Insulation and weatherstripping
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Sr. Member
Apr 18, 2017
699 posts
1344 upvotes
Although this is a good initiative, it's not really a hot deal since it's regularly available. More of a discussion item.
Deal Addict
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Dec 28, 2008
3381 posts
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Langley, BC
got 4, hopefully the order goes through as it's clearly a price error.
[OP]
Newbie
Feb 24, 2018
66 posts
172 upvotes
User131439 wrote: Although this is a good initiative, it's not really a hot deal since it's regularly available. More of a discussion item.
Thought it was a new initiative! Appreciate the input.
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Jun 1, 2006
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Toronto
Does it hot?
I swear to drunk I'm not God 😝
Sr. Member
Feb 10, 2008
644 posts
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Toronto
I was about to sign up, but not sure I want to deal with annoying phone calls to get a couple of free light bulbs.

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