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Mixed Progress in Energy Conservation among Local Electrical Utilities

Monday, December 9th 2013 1:31:37pm


Toronto, December 9, 2013 - How is your local utility doing in delivering energy conservation?

The Environmental Commissioner released Volume Two of his Annual Energy Conservation Progress Report, Building Momentum: Results today. The report reviews the progress the government has made in increasing energy efficiency and reducing the use of electricity, oil, propane, natural gas and transportation fuels in the province.

The Commissioner also reports on the progress in energy conservation among power utilities in all Ontario communities. You can see how your local utility is performing in the report’s detailed appendix.
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Download the report Building Momentum: Results at http://www.eco.on.ca.

Find your local utility at http://www.ieso.ca/imoweb/siteShared/local_dist.asp.

For more information, contact:
Hayley Easto, Communications and Outreach Coordinator
Environmental Commissioner of Ontario
416-325-3371 / 416-819-1673 / 1-800-701-6454
hayley.easto@eco.on.ca

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The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario is the province's independent environmental watchdog. Appointed by the Legislative Assembly, the ECO monitors and reports on compliance with the Environmental Bill of Rights, and the government’s success in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and in achieving greater energy conservation in Ontario.