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Week of November 24 - 30, 2014

 

     

Toronto Hydro working to restore customers still without power after wind storm



Toronto Hydro crews worked all night and additional crews were dispatched to restore power to customers following high winds yesterday.


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Toronto Hydro renews its commitment to conservation in support of the Ministry of Energy's 2015-2020 "Conservation First" framework


Toronto Hydro is pleased to announce our renewed commitment to conservation and demand management  by becoming one of the first local distribution companies to execute the new Energy Conservation Agreement between Toronto Hydro and the Ontario Power Authority.

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Toronto Hydro Corporation Releases its Third Quarter Financial Results

Toronto Hydro Corporation (the "Corporation") has filed with Canadian securities regulators its Interim Consolidated Financial Statements and related Management's Discussion and Analysis for the nine months ended September 30, 2014. 


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Toronto Hydro CEO Anthony Haines officially named Energy Council of Canada's Canadian Energy Person of the Year

Last night the Energy Council of Canada (ECC) presented Anthony Haines with its 2014 Canadian Energy Person of the Year (CEPY) Award.


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Less daylight means streetlights are even more important this time of year

Daylight savings time ends this weekend, meaning less daylight in the morning and shorter days overall.  And, with the cooler temperatures, people will often wear heavier and darker clothing making them difficult to spot.

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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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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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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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Team Up for Green Launch with the Toronto District School Board 

Toronto Hydro and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) are working together to benefit schools with the introduction of a FREE fundraising program called “Team Up For Green.” To sign up and go green, visit www.teamupforgreen.com.

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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