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Monday October the 14th, 2019 
Linda E. Sully
Broker, SRES

Johnston & Daniel, A Division of Royal LePage R.E.S. Ltd.

Toronto Hydro - Lower Rates Start July 1; Summer Savvy Energy Tips



Lower rates, ways to save and a summer DIY craft

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Lower rates take effect July 1 2017

As part of the government's Fair Hydro Plan, 2017, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) lowered electricity rates, effective July 1, 2017.

Updated rates graph - Off-peak 6.5 cents/kwh, Mid-peak 9.5 cents/kwh, On-peak 13.2 cents/kwhMore information about the Ontario Fair Hydro Plan.

  Start saving - Be summer savvy

With warmer days ahead, use these tips to stay comfortable while saving energy at home.

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Block the heat. On summer days, draw the blinds on south or west-facing windows to limit the amount of sunlight you let in.

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Use coupons to swap old bulbs for ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs – they stay cool to the touch, which can reduce the need for air conditioning.

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Install a programmable thermostat to adjust automatically and avoid overcooling. Install it away from direct sunlight.

More tips


Summer DIY - Lights for warm nights

Looking for a new DIY project? We got you covered!

With the patio season finally here, these simple tin can lanterns add rustic warmth to patio tables while using next to no electricity.

What you'll need:


Tin cans


Felt-tip marker




8cm (3 inch) masonry nail




30cm (12 inch) bailing wire


LED tea lights


Coarse sand
(enough to fill several cans)

Find full instructions on page 18 of our savings guide.


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