At ecostep we want to help people make their homes more energy efficient and sustainable. Our goal is to reduce customers utility bills and at the same time make living spaces more comfortable. We are experts on government rebate and loan programs and want to help customers access them to save money.
We are industry experts and understand all rebate programs available. We know our customers and that improving the energy efficiency and comfort of their home is important. We help you save money.
Our knowledgeable team of industry veterans is committed to quality and delivering results. All ecostep Energy Advisors and staff are registered with Natural Resources Canada and are committed to helping customers access rebate programs and save money.
ecostep is led by Chris Barker, who has over 25 years working on efficiency and sustainability programs. Chris is a Registered Energy Advisor (REA) with Natural Resources Canada and a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with the Association of Energy Engineers. Chris and his team have helped thousands of customers looking to access rebates, lower their energy costs, access rebates and improve the comfort of their home. Chris has advised the Ministry of Energy in Ontario and worked with Independent Electric System Operator (IESO), multiple electric utilities, Union Gas and Enbridge helping them to design their rebate programs.
We understand that rebates and financial incentives are important to customers to help offset the cost of energy efficiency and sustainable energy projects. We are experts in rebate programs and understand all eligibility requirements and the processes required to access rebates.
We are energy efficiency and sustainable energy experts. We know how important it is that individuals take action to make their home a use energy more efficiently and make it more comfortable to live in.
We know that every single, tiny step in this direction matters, because it’s one step closer to building a better future. A more hopeful, sustainable future.
And we know the steps to take: To lower energy costs. To access government and utility rebates and loans to help with the cost. And to improve environmental performance and comfort of your home.