Hydro One Transmission Line Upgrade

February 2018

Community Notice
Hydro One is working in your community

This month, Hydro One will begin working on the transmission line in your community. Hydro One, together with Toronto Hydro, is making significant upgrades to its electricity infrastructure to provide adequate and reliable power to the west end of Toronto. Power West Toronto is required to strengthen the city’s electricity system, accommodate the growing needs of homes and businesses in Toronto, and is required to electrify the Eglinton Crosstown LRT.
The project involves refurbishing 10 km of overhead transmission line to accommodate additional power that will come from Hydro One’s Runnymede Transformer Station, located at Jane Street and St. Clair Avenue West.

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Ontario’s Fair Hydro Plan

ONTARIO’S FAIR HYDRO PLAN

As part of the government’s proposed Fair Hydro Plan, electricity bills will be reduced by 25% on average for households and small businesses across Ontario. The first part of the plan is effective May 1, 2017, with lower electricity rates and the discontinuation of the Ontario ESP Charge, combined with the 8% Provincial Rebate. This summer, the government intends to introduce legislation to implement the full Fair Hydro Plan and if passed, the OEB will then further adjust rates accordingly.

More information about the Ontario Fair Hydro Plan

TIME OF USE PERIODS
We are also reminding our customers that summer Time-of-Use periods are now in effect.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Overhead Construction Project Wiltshire Phase 2

March 30, 2017

Dear Valued Customer:

Re: IMPORTANT NOTICE: Overhead Construction Project Wiltshire Phase 2 (X13174)

Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging overhead electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability. The rebuild includes upgrading overhead electrical cables and replacing hydro poles within the City of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

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Overhead and Underground Construction Project Dufferin – Holmesdale Phase 2 (W16402)

SEWER REHABILITATION SCHEDULE

February 23, 2017

Dear Valued Customer:

Re: IMPORTANT NOTICE: Overhead and Underground Construction

Project Dufferin - Holmesdale Phase 2 (W16402)
Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging overhead and underground electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability. The rebuild includes the replacement of the existing electrical cables, hydro poles and transformers within the City of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Overhead Construction Project Lauder Avenue (W16403)

February 6, 2017

Dear Valued Customer:

Re: IMPORTANT NOTICE: Overhead Construction
Project Lauder Avenue (W16403)

Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging overhead electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability. The rebuild includes upgrading overhead electrical cables and replacing hydro poles within theCity of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

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Toronto Hydro – Reliability Improvement (Project Bloor – Symington) (Ward 17)

SEWER REHABILITATION SCHEDULE

January 17, 2017

Dear Valued Customer:

Re: IMPORTANT NOTICE: Underground Construction
Project Bloor – Symington (X17206)

Toronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging underground electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability.  The rebuild includes the replacement of the existing electrical cables and installation of a switchgear within the City of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Overhead Construction

November 1, 2016

Dear Valued Customer,

Re: Important Notice - Handwell Replacement Project


key-mapToronto Hydro is planning to rebuild the aging overhead electrical system in your community to help improve service reliability. The rebuild includes overhead electrical cables and/or replacing hydro poles within the City of Toronto’s public property allowance in front of or adjacent to your lot.

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