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The average Canadian home is losing a whopping $931 in heating costs per year.

Some homes are comfortable year-round with little-to-no energy bills. Other homes are heating the outdoors while the homeowners have chilly toes. Which home sounds like yours? Or do you fall somewhere in between?

Top 10 Tips For An Energy Efficient Home
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Top 10 Tips For An Energy-Efficient Home

An energy-efficient home is one that uses less energy and produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than a standard home. Making your home more energy efficient can save you money on your energy bills and help to reduce your carbon footprint. There are many ways to improve the energy efficiency of

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Lightspark Map Explainer

Lightspark offers a comprehensive map of every house in your city. We apply artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and detailed data sets to produce a Lightspark Score for each single-dwelling property.

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Lightspark Inc. | Get Your Free Lightspark Energy Score!
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Understanding The Efficient Home

The average Canadian home is losing a whopping $931 in heating costs per year. Some homes are comfortable year-round with little-to-no energy bills. Other homes are heating the outdoors while the homeowners have chilly toes. Which home sounds like yours? Or do you fall somewhere in between?

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National Geographic & Lightspark Inc. Live Net Zero

Live Net Zero Campaign

Ten weeks, five families, one goal: Lower emissions.

We partnered with Canadian National Geographic to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change. Follow along as each family competes in a series of carbon-reduction themed challenges in Canadian Geographic’s new Live Net Zero program. Each family will seek to cut their household’s carbon emissions, reduce their spending on energy, and share what they learn along the way in their journey to live net zero. Learn more.

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Lightspark Inc. | Get Your Free Lightspark Energy Score!

Lightspark offers a comprehensive map of every house  in your city.

We apply artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and detailed data sets to produce a Lightspark Score for each single-dwelling property, and colour-code them according to their score — green meaning a particularly good score, red meaning a score that has a lot of room for improvement. 

In Canada, heating our homes accounts for 16% of our carbon emissions, while many families are losing hundreds of dollars per month from wasteful heating and cooling.

Your Lightspark Home Energy Score is a tool that gives you a 1-100 score to show you how much energy and carbon your home uses.

Your score can tell how much money and comfort your home is sacrificing and how it’s impacting the environment. You can use this number to compare yourself to your neighbours and get recommendations on improving your home and your score.