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Recent Releases from Keep The Lights On

Interview Opportunity - Response to Toronto Hydro planned layoffs and the impact on its services

Published Wed, 11 Jan 2012 10:14:00 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity Giselle Matin, representing Keep The Lights On (a consortium of labour and private contractors who work with Toronto Hydro to keep the lights on in the City), is available to speak to the consequences of the recent Ontario Energy Board decision that slashed Toronto Hydro capital spending. Ms. Matin can speak to: - Size of layoffs and the types of jobs impacted - The impact on the reliability of the Toronto Hydro system - What this means to Toro...... Click here to read this release



Ontario Energy Board decision creates regulatory uncertainty and will make it difficult to keep the lights on in Toronto

Published Thu, 5 Jan 2012 17:05:48 EST Read More

Media Release (Toronto, January 5, 2012) Released earlier today, the Ontario Energy Board's (OEB) decision rejected Toronto Hydro's application to use a "Cost of Service" formula to set rates. This is a source of great concern for a group of private sector companies and unions known as Keep The Lights On (KTLO). KTLO members work with utility companies to improve the capacity and reliability of the underground, overhead, network and station grid systems across Ontario. ...... Click here to read this release