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Eight Energy-Saving Computer Tips

by PowerStream Conservation Team - 14-08-20

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PowerStream Conservation Team

Do you spend a lot of time in front of a computer? Reduce the amount of energy you use, without reducing your work or play time. Here are eight easy ways to reduce how much energy you use to power you...

How Do I Apply for Retrofit

Applying for the RETROFIT Program – We want your feedback!

by PowerStream Conservation Team - 14-07-28

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PowerStream Conservation Team

IN THIS ISSUE WORD FROM THE CONSERVATION TEAM – Learn how to lower your electricity bill – and your maintenance costs – with LED lights. RETROFIT APPLICATION PROCESS SURVEY – W...

Emergency Preparedness check list

Know the risks, make a plan, get a kit. Create a support network.

by Daloris Grohman, Digital & Customer Communications Specialist at PowerStream Inc. - 14-05-07

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Daloris Grohman, Digital & Customer Communications Specialist at PowerStream Inc.

Daloris Grohman is the Digital & Customer Communications Specialist at PowerStream. Her career in the electricity industry started in 1987 in Customer Service. Daloris’ ‘claim to fame’ is being the first and only webmaster for both Richmond Hill Hydro (2000) and PowerStream (2006). Now that PowerStream’s gone social with eStream (2012) Daloris is happy to have writing, at least once and a while, back on her job description!

Emergencies and disasters can occur without warning, at any time, in any place and each of us will prepare differently as we all have different abilities and needs to prepare for: infants or young chi...

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Conservation News & Views ~ June 2014 Newsletter

by John Sherin, Director, CDM at PowerStream Inc. - 14-06-24

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John Sherin, Director, CDM at PowerStream Inc.

John is the Director of CDM (Conservation and Demand Management) at PowerStream. He entered the energy sector 25 years ago with a Certified Engineering Technologist in Energy Conversion designation. He joined PowerStream in 2006 under the mandate of advancing the utility's CDM department into a leader in its conservation efforts and continues to work with PowerStream’s municipal partners to establish and identify common goals in conservation and carbon footprint reduction.

John enjoys time away from PowerStream at his “net zero” cabin where he collects rainwater and generates all the electricity he needs via the sun. This small paradise has been instrumental in teaching his kids (and all visitors) the value of the watt and the importance of keeping life simple.

He is a recreational sports diver and a member of the Canadian Sub-Aquatic Club. He has been on hundreds of diving adventures and most enjoyed diving on wrecks in the St. Lawrence River. One day John hopes to explore the waters of the Cayman Islands.

In This Issue WIN WITH peaksaver PLUS® – Deadline for first Early Bird Draw is June 30th. Have you entered yet? FRIDGE & FREEZER PICKUP – Important Update! HEATING & COOLING INCEN...

RETROFIT Programs - Act Now Time is Running Out

Empower Your Business ~ June 2014 Newsletter

by John Sherin, Director, CDM at PowerStream Inc. - 14-06-23

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John Sherin, Director, CDM at PowerStream Inc.

John is the Director of CDM (Conservation and Demand Management) at PowerStream. He entered the energy sector 25 years ago with a Certified Engineering Technologist in Energy Conversion designation. He joined PowerStream in 2006 under the mandate of advancing the utility's CDM department into a leader in its conservation efforts and continues to work with PowerStream’s municipal partners to establish and identify common goals in conservation and carbon footprint reduction.

John enjoys time away from PowerStream at his “net zero” cabin where he collects rainwater and generates all the electricity he needs via the sun. This small paradise has been instrumental in teaching his kids (and all visitors) the value of the watt and the importance of keeping life simple.

He is a recreational sports diver and a member of the Canadian Sub-Aquatic Club. He has been on hundreds of diving adventures and most enjoyed diving on wrecks in the St. Lawrence River. One day John hopes to explore the waters of the Cayman Islands.

In This Issue WORD FROM THE CONSERVATION TEAM – Learn how to retrofit your behaviour, in addition to your building systems to realize big savings. INDUSTRY NEWS – The clock is ticking on t...

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Conservation News & Views ~ May 2014 Newsletter

by John Sherin, Director, CDM at PowerStream Inc. - 14-05-15

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John Sherin, Director, CDM at PowerStream Inc.

John is the Director of CDM (Conservation and Demand Management) at PowerStream. He entered the energy sector 25 years ago with a Certified Engineering Technologist in Energy Conversion designation. He joined PowerStream in 2006 under the mandate of advancing the utility's CDM department into a leader in its conservation efforts and continues to work with PowerStream’s municipal partners to establish and identify common goals in conservation and carbon footprint reduction.

John enjoys time away from PowerStream at his “net zero” cabin where he collects rainwater and generates all the electricity he needs via the sun. This small paradise has been instrumental in teaching his kids (and all visitors) the value of the watt and the importance of keeping life simple.

He is a recreational sports diver and a member of the Canadian Sub-Aquatic Club. He has been on hundreds of diving adventures and most enjoyed diving on wrecks in the St. Lawrence River. One day John hopes to explore the waters of the Cayman Islands.

In This Issue WIN WITH peaksaver PLUS® – You could win up to $15,000 in energy efficient appliances and other great early bird prizes. Save money. Save energy. Repeat. – Get instant savin...

the Powerline Deadly Dozen, a web-based, mobile-friendly game. Participants will access the evidence, poring over fictional case files featuring realistic images, videos, as well as police reports with victim and witness statements, to try to determine what happened.

Solve the Powerline Deadly Dozen and you could win!

by Chief Public Safety Officer for the Electrical Safety Authority - 14-05-13

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Chief Public Safety Officer for the Electrical Safety Authority

The Electrical Safety Authority's (ESA) role is to enhance public electrical safety in Ontario. As an administrative authority acting on behalf of the Government of Ontario, ESA is responsible for administering specific regulations related to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code, the licensing of Electrical Contractors and Master Electricians, electricity distribution system safety, and electrical product safety. ESA works extensively with stakeholders throughout the province on education, training and promotion to foster electrical safety across the province.

The Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) is putting Ontarians on the case! And like any good crime story, the serial killer is at large and within striking distance. To raise awareness of safety hazards ...

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Ontario Flooding: Water and Electricity Are a Lethal Mix!

by Chief Public Safety Officer for the Electrical Safety Authority - 14-04-21

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Chief Public Safety Officer for the Electrical Safety Authority

The Electrical Safety Authority's (ESA) role is to enhance public electrical safety in Ontario. As an administrative authority acting on behalf of the Government of Ontario, ESA is responsible for administering specific regulations related to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code, the licensing of Electrical Contractors and Master Electricians, electricity distribution system safety, and electrical product safety. ESA works extensively with stakeholders throughout the province on education, training and promotion to foster electrical safety across the province.

Ontario’s Electrical Safety Authority offers important flood-safety information With flooding occurring or imminent in many areas in Central and Eastern Ontario this Spring, the Electrical Safety Au...

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