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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 Ontarians continue to work and learn from home, the Government of Ontario is extending the suspension of TOU rates to provide consumers with greater stability and predictability with their electricity bills. A fixed electricity price, known as the COVID-19 Recovery Rate, of 12.8 cents per kWh, will be automatically applied to all TOU customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This fixed electricity price will be in place from June 1 to October 31, 2020.

Starting November 1, 2020, customers will be able to choose a plan that best suits their household and lifestyle with the option of either TOU electricity rates or tiered pricing, which will provide a set rate for electricity up to a certain level of consumption. Learn more.

Current Time-of-Use Price  |  14.4 /kWh for 12:00 p.m.

On-Peak Starts  |  5:00 p.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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