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Whether you live in an apartment or a house – four quick questions will reveal how you use electricity and show you ways to become more energy efficient.


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As of midnight on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, households, farms and small businesses who pay time-of-use electricity rates will be charged off-peak rates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Government of Ontario has extended this temporary emergency relief until May 31, 2020, to support households and businesses impacted by the global COVID-19 outbreak.

Current Time-of-Use Price  |  10.1 ¢/kWh for 6:00 a.m.

On-Peak Starts  |  7:00 a.m.

Energy saving ideas

Top 10 energy saving ideas you can use right now

Saving money and energy can be done with just a few simple changes to when you use electricity and how you maintain your appliances.


Energy saving ideas

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Learn about time-of-use rates and other electricity charges

By understanding different parts of your bill, you can use energy more efficiently to conserve and shift energy use to a lower Time-of-Use period.


See rates and charges


More ways to save

Save on Energy incentives and programs for products that help you conserve more.

If you have the opportunity to invest a bit of time and money on energy-efficient products, Save on Energy offers the incentives to help.


Helping you save more

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