The technology is expanding thick and fast. From artificial intelligence, drones, robotics to sensors, we have machines everywhere. In fact, it won’t be wrong to say that human beings are now addicted to machines. The smartphones, tables, air conditioners, furnace, tables, television sets, computers, laptops, water heaters, geysers, dehumidifiers, thermostats, etc. are part and parcel of our daily lives. We cannot imagine life without these gadgets. However, there is a flip side to this growth story. And this is the menacing effects of electronic wastes on human beings and environments. This is because if these electronic items are burned, they release cancer causing dioxins in the air we breathe and if they are released in landfills the toxins would leak into groundwater affecting local resources. This is not all; the energy used in our digital equipment will have much bigger impact on global warming and its harmful effects will supersede even the aviation industry. Thus, it is best to opt for Home Saving Inc’s ENERGY STAR certified tankless condensing water heater. For every small step towards carbon marginalization will make this planet a better place to live in. Home Savings Inc. completely adheres’ to this principle and the company has a wide range of energy efficient products in its portfolio.
Several surveys conducted globally have pointed out to the fact that by 2040 the technology industry would amount for nearly 14% of carbon emissions. All of this has already resulted in global warming leading to erratic climatic changes. These climatic changes have impacted every aspect of natural resources including but not limited to fishing, agriculture, tourism, healthcare, forestry, infrastructure, etc. In fact, it won’t be wrong to say that the global warming and resulting climatic conditions in the form of Tsunami, floods, prolonged unseasonal rainfalls, heat waves, alarming temperatures in summer, etc. have already reduced the world GDP by at least 1%. Thus, the Canadian government has stepped in to initiate energy savings rebate program. The program provides rebates to retailers to sell energy efficient products either in the form of ENERGY STAR certified air purifier or ENERGY STAR certified air cleaner among other energy star certified products. Home Savings Inc. shares the government concerns and is actively promoting energy certified products through its sales channels. The company is also educating its patrons on the importance of ENERGY STAR certified products. Furthermore, it constantly comes up with periodic promotional offers to reward its energy compliant customers by way of flexible payment options, rebates, etc.
The Energy Savings rebate program by the government is currently valid for retailers in Ontario Canada and will slowly be extended to other electronic hubs within the country. As per this program, a retailer should have brick and motor presence in Ontario region and should provide incentives to a minimum of 4 eligible product categories. This is inclusive of but not limited to ENERGY STAR certified smart thermostat, ENERGY STAR certified air purifier/air cleaner, ENERGY STAR certified tankless condensing water heater, ENERGY STAR certified ductless mini split indoor unit (air source heat pump), ENERGY STAR certified dehumidifiers, etc. among other product categories.
As per this program, the government provides nearly 200 million dollars for eligible retailers to provide rebates on energy efficient products. The rebate can be offered to Ontarian customers for up to 25 percent of purchase price. Additionally, there is a rebate ceiling of 500 to 1,000 dollars for select products. The whole purpose of this exercise is to make energy efficient products, reduce carbon emission and make world a better place to live in. Afterall, it’s the duty of every citizen to take care of nature in every way possible and there can be no better start than to opt for ENERGY STAR certified products. And when it comes to energy compliant products there can be no better alternative to Home Savings Inc. – one of the most trusted brands in HVAC industry.