Ministry of Energy
The Ministry of Energy is pleased to partner with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) to help inform Ontario’s business community of energy saving programs that will help businesses manage their energy use and costs. The Ministry of Energy works with many partners inside and outside of government to develop the electricity generation, transmission, distribution and other energy-related facilities that help power our economy and to ensure that Ontario remains one of the best places in the world in which to live, work, invest and raise a family.
A top priority is ensuring that Ontario’s electricity needs are met in a sustainable manner. Developing renewable energy sources and fostering a conservation-oriented culture are cornerstones of Ontario’s balanced plan to provide clean and reliable energy while encouraging the development of a clean energy economy for our future.
For more information visit Ontario.ca/energy
Independent Electricity Systems Operator
The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) is an integral partner of the OCC’s Know Your Power Initiative. The IESO manages the province’s power system so that Ontarians receive power when and where they need it. It plans and prepares for future electricity needs and works with its partners to guide electricity conservation efforts. For more information, please visit www.ieso.ca
For more information on energy programs for your business and home, please visit the Save On Energy website at www.saveonenergy.ca
Enbridge has partnered with the OCC in the Know Your Power Initiative to inform businesses in their service area about their natural gas savings programs and incentives. Learn more about Enbridge and their natural gas conservation programs on their website.
Union Gas has partnered with the OCC to educate and engage business customers in their service territory through the Know Your Power Initiative. Find out more about Union Gas and their energy-efficiency programs for business on their website.