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Week of October 13 - October 19, 2014



Toronto Hydro Statement - Incident at 1061 The Queensway

At approximately 1 a.m. on Saturday (October 4), Toronto Hydro was contacted by Toronto Paramedic Services to assist in an electrical contact accident at 1061 The Queensway.

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Toronto Hydro and the Toronto District School Board launch Team Up for Green

Toronto Hydro and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) will launch Team Up for Green at James S. Bell Junior Middle Sports and Wellness Academy. The program is designed to help schools across Toronto fundraise for 500 new bike racks.

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Media advisory - Attend an open house to help plan Toronto's electricity future

Toronto Hydro invites its customers to help shape the development of an electricity system plan to meet the needs of Central Toronto over the next 25 years. The electricity demand in this area is one of the largest in the province and has grown steadily over the past several years.

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TORONTO HYDRO CUSTOMER ALERT: Criminals continue posing as utility employees and seeking payment over the phone

Toronto Hydro customers should be aware of criminals claiming to be part of its collection and billing department. Toronto Hydro is aware of this scam and reminds customers to report any suspicious phone calls to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.   

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Toronto Hydro submits application for five-year rate plan


Today, Toronto Hydro submitted a five-year rate application for significant investment into Toronto's aging electricity grid.

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Knock Knock. Who's there? Energy company. Energy company who?

If you are approached to sign or renew a gas or electricity contract for your home or small business, it's important to know who you're dealing with. Watch this video to make sure you have the information you need to make informed decisions.

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How Toronto Hydro is Constructing Canada's 2nd Underground Transformer Station

To alleviate strain on the grid and to make room for new construction, Toronto Hydro is building its first transformer station since the 1950s! The station will add enough electrical capacity to power the equivalent of 70 skyscrapers. For more information about Copeland Station, visit the Copeland page.

Be enlightened: Toronto's Electricity Rates

Starting May 1, new electricity rates will take effect across Ontario. Toronto Hydro customers will see an increase in both commodity and delivery charges. In an effort to educate customers about electricity rates, explain the bill, and raise awareness for the need for grid investment in the city, Toronto Hydro launched a new video.

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