Ministry of Energy Fair Hydro Plan Benefitting Local Businesses Peterborough, ON – July 28, 2017 Ontario is supporting Dynacst in Peterborough with measures to help reduce its electricity bills. Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy, made the announcement today at the local plant, highlighting the benefits many companies will see, as a result of recent expansions […]
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Ministry of Energy Meaningful Savings for Households in Milton Starting July 1 Milton, ON – June 28, 2017 Starting July 1, 2017, households in Milton will see an average 25 per cent reduction on their hydro bills as a result of Ontario’s Fair Hydro Plan. Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy, and Indira Naidoo Harris, MPP […]
Honourable Glenn Thibeault Minister of Energy Glenn Thibeault was first elected to the Ontario legislature in 2015 as the MPP for Sudbury. He currently serves as Minister of Energy. He was previously Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, focusing on Climate Change. Before entering provincial politics, Thibeault was the Member […]
Ontario Raises $1.7 Billion From Hydro One Share Offering – Toronto, ON Ontario is building on its commitment to invest in transit, transportation, and other priority infrastructure by continuing to broaden the ownership of Hydro One through a secondary share offering. This offering will generate $1.7 billion, with net proceeds to be dedicated to the […]
Ontario has updated its contract with Bruce Power and will proceed with the refurbishment of six nuclear units at the Tiverton-based nuclear generation station.
Preliminary Hydro One Prospectus Filed With the Ontario Securities Commission Ontario is moving ahead with its plan to broaden the ownership of Hydro One, in order to support the single largest investment in transit and transportation infrastructure in the province’s history, along with actions to strengthen Hydro One’s performance, customer service and system reliability. In […]
Province will be Assisting Low-Income Ontarians with Electricity Costs. Ontario is helping make electricity more affordable for families by removing the Debt Retirement Charge for all residential consumers and introducing the Ontario Electricity Support Program for low-income families. The proposed program, administered through the Ontario Energy Board, would come into effect on January 1, 2016 […]