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Resources for builders and contractors for building a new home or business, working around power lines, or moving a large vessel across the province. 

Builders and Contractors

Learn about farm safety, stray voltage and our commitment to supporting Ontario’s farmers.


Access information and resources for Generators, including forms and applications.


Access information and resources for large business customers, including forms and applications.

Business Customers

Access information and resources for LDCs, including forms and applications.

Local Distribution Companies

Save Energy for Business

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Saving energy and controlling costs for your business is easy with incentives, tools, and expert support.

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Image of a man standing in a commercial warehouseRetrofit Program

Incentives are available for replacing inefficient equipment with high-efficiency equipment.

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Image of a woman in a store stocking a shelfSmall Business Lighting

You could qualify for up to $2,000 in free upgrades.

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Image a two women and a man walking along the road at an Agribusiness Agribusiness

Do you have A-lamps, wall packs, flood lights or high bay lighting? Find out if you qualify for rebates.

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Image of two construction workers on a structure of a homeNew Home Construction

Incentives for homebuilders and renovators to go high efficiency.

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Energy Reporting and Benchmarking

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If you own a building that’s 250,000 square feet or larger, you may need to report its energy use to the Ministry of Energy annually.

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Secondary Land Use

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Hydro One reviews secondary land use proposals for our Right-of-Ways to ensure they are compatible with the safety and maintenance requirements of our high-voltage equipment.

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