The program is meant to encourage consumers and companies to cut their energy use. It calls for new labelling, benchmarking, training and information-sharing tools to help improve energy performance in all sectors of the economy.
"This investment demonstrates our continuing commitment to advance clean- energy technologies and make Canada a world leader in energy efficiency," said Oliver.
"Improving energy efficiency saves energy, creates jobs and increases energy security."
The new investment is in addition to an initial $78 million announced last September.
The minister also announced that the popular EcoEnergy home-retrofit program had successfully reached its goal of 250,000 registered homeowners. As planned, the program is no longer accepting new registrations, he said.