Toronto Hydro’s Conditions of Service and four reference documents are changing, refer below. These documents, along with a list of the proposed changes, are now available for review and comment until December 13, 2018.
The proposed timeline for implementation is January 1, 2019.
If you would like to comment on the proposed changes, submit your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, please clearly identify the paragraph, pages and sections you are referring to.
Proposed Conditions of Service (main document)
Revision Summary of the proposed changes
1. Toronto Hydro Requirements for the Design and Construction of Customer-Owned High Voltage Substations
2. Toronto Hydro Requirements for the Design and Construction of Customer-Owned Structures
3. Toronto Hydro Metering Requirements 750 Volts or Less
4. Toronto Hydro Metering Requirements for 13.8 kV & 27.6 kV Customer-Owned Substations
Please be advised only an authorized Toronto Hydro employee or a qualified Toronto Hydro contractor working on behalf of Toronto Hydro can disconnect or reconnect services. This includes any disconnection at the meter. Toronto Hydro must be contacted to arrange for any disconnection or reconnection prior to commencement of customer work.
Conditions Of Service - Main Document
The Conditions of Service – Revision Summary highlights the revisions that have been made to the most recent version of the Conditions of Service document.
Conditions of Service - Revision Summary
The Conditions of Service Reference Documents provide further background information.
Please Note: Conditions of Service are subject to change and any subsequent changes will be incorporated with each submission to the Ontario Energy Board.
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Comments to the latest revisions to Conditions of Service can be emailed to: ConditionsofService@torontohydro.com
Or mailed to:
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