This section explains what interval metering is, what types of customers can use it and how to access it.
What is interval metering?
Interval metering allows you to monitor your energy consumption by tracking your hourly usage.
Who can use interval metering?
Customers on interval metering include those that have a renewable energy generation agreement, such as Feed-in-Tariff (FIT), microFIT or net metering.
You also must be a customer with a demand greater than 50kW.
You can also check by looking at page two of your bill. If the first row has a column labelled "Peak kW 7:00-19:00" between Demand kW Demand KVA, this means that you're eligible for interval metering.
How to access interval metering?
Eligible customers can access their interval metering data through PowerLens® Business, an online customer portal. Here, you can:
- Monitor your energy usage and access metering data
- Determine how your facility uses energy
- Compare electricity usage across multiple locations
- View your minimum, maximum and average demand
Toronto Hydro customers need to register as Primary Users. If you’re a Toronto Hydro customer and wish to grant access to a third party, they must register as Secondary Users.