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  1. Industry News
    Toronto Hydro will be changing to winter pricing today and will be increasing its Regulated Price Plan (RPP) rates by 0.3 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) for the first 1000 kWh of electricity consumed each month and 0.4 cents per kWh for any additional usage. . Customers on Time-of-use (TOU)...
  2. Industry News
    The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) this week announced that the price paid by Ontario consumers for electricity will be going up on May 1st. The rate increases are on top of increases imposed last year in Ontario that saw electricity bills jump between 15% and 20%. In Ontario, there are two types...
  3. Industry News
    The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) this week announced that the price paid by most Ontario consumers for electricity will be going up by approximately 12% on May 1st. In addition, electricity prices will go up another 8% on July 1st when the McGuinty government introduces the harmonized sales tax...
  4. Industry News
    Toronto Hydro will be changing to winter pricing on November 1st and will be increasing increasing its Regulated Price Plan (RPP) rates by 0.1 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh). Customers on Time-of-use (TOU) pricing will also see their rates changed. The new Ontario Energy Board rates are 5.8...
  5. Home Automation and Security
    Residents who use the least amount of electricity in the province by avoiding the use of electric heating and other power-hungry appliances can expect to pay up to 12 per cent more beginning Nov. 1. For folks in other provinces. Ontarians then pay a delivery charge, Regulatory charge, a debt...
  6. Home Automation and Security
    Even before the current credit crunch, energy consumption began falling in Ontario. The Independent Electricity System Operator, which manages electricity supply and demand in the province, says consumption fell 1.7 per cent in 2006 – the year the power authority conducted its forecast – and...
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