The Ministry of Energy is responsible for providing Ontario’s electricy supply mix data on an annual basis. The following chart represents the system wide electricity mix for 2014.
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The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has set new time-of-use (TOU) electricity prices for households and small businesses effective today, May 1, 2015. The price is increasing approximately $5.71 per month on the “Electricity” line, and about 4.6% on the total bill, for a household that consumes 800 kWh per month. The OEB has also introducing… Read more »
New Electricity Prices for Time of Use Customers
Erie Thames Powerlines is a proud sponsor of the Erie Thames Powerlines 5K portion of the Run Ingersoll – Sprint Into Summer Event. This community running event is family-focused while attracting competitive runners. Along with having fun, Sprint Into Summer encourages people of all ages to become more active and aware of a healthier lifestyle…. Read more »
On January 22, 2015 the Electrical Safety Authority announced it had directed Ontario’s electrical utilities (local distribution companies) to replace and discontinue use of a specific model of electrical meter: the Sensus 3.2 with remote disconnect. Erie Thames Powerlines did not have the model of meters that are covered by ESA’s order. To read ESA’s… Read more »
We have been notified that our customers are receiving calls that Erie Thames Powerlines or Hydro One will disconnect their power if payment is not made immediately. The caller is requesting a credit card number be provided over the phone. Please be warned that this is a scam. Erie Thames Powerlines does NOT ask for… Read more »
In October of 2010, the Ontario Energy Board launched its Renewed Regulatory Framework for Electricity Distributors, A Performance Based Approach. The culmination of this initiative is the Performance Scorecard that details each distributor’s results and progress within four segmented outcomes utilizing a variety of measures that focus on the services that are delivered to customers…. Read more »
The Ministry of Energy is responsible for providing Ontario’s electricy supply mix data on an annual basis. The following chart represents the system wide electricity mix for 2013.