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Live Smart

  • British Columbia is extending and improving its popular LiveSmart BC: Efficiency Incentive Program, where you can receive more than $7,000 in rebates for energy saving improvements and equipment beginning on or after April 1, 2011.
  • Whether you`re looking to slightly lower your energy consumption, or to maximize your energy use, TCA has the solutions to help you reach your goal.

Live Smart B.C.


Product Incentive Programs for business

  • BC Hydro is offering incentives for Commercial and Industrial clients who are able to reduce their power consumption.  With the product incentive program you can : Save money, improve your work environment, contribute to environmental sustainability, and receive cash incentives.
  • Allow TCA`s experts to help you get the most out of BC Hydro`s programs.  We will not only help you meet the program goals, but do it in a way that is of maximum benefit to you business.

BC Hydro - Product Incentive

 

Save 10% and get a reward

  • BC Hydro has a reward program offering $75 to customers who reduce their energy usage by 10% or more.  The new Team Power Smart reward initiative is a thank you to account holders who join the Team by committing to cut their electricity consumption by 10%, adding their BC Hydro account online and delivering on that 10% target over 12 months. It's a $75 reward that adds to the savings members will have already achieved by lowering their electricity consumption.
  • Ask TCA about this, and other programs.  We will be happy to help you (home and/or business) reduce your energy usage by 10% or more.  Reduce costs, increase efficiency, lower your carbon foot print.

BC Hydro: Power Smart


Rebates and Savings

  • Be sure to check in with BC Hydro's Rebates and Savings page for incentives and ideas.  TCA is committed to making sure you are aware of all savings and rebates available for you through BC Hydro.

BC Hydro: Rebates and Savings

 

Banning the bulb:  A bright idea

  • 2011 has brought the beginning of the end for the incandescent light bulb.  Following the lead of several other provinces, with many to follow, B.C. has applied a prohibition preventing retailers from ordering 75 and 100 watt incandescent bulbs.  As stock runs out, they will be replaced with CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lamp).  CFLs use one-third or less the energy of incandescent bulbs, and last between eight and fifteen times longer.

CBC Article: B.C. switches off incandescent bulbs