How do I find out more about conservation?
The OPA coordinates province-wide conservation efforts, plans the electricity system for the long term, and contracts for clean electricity resources
The Ministry of Energy is the Ontario government body that works to develop the electricity generation, transmission and other energy-related facilities.
The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) regulates the province's electricity and natural gas sectors. Other key functions include: codes of conduct for distributors and retailers; consumer protection issues and contract information; and transmission and distribution rates and hearings.
Hydro One oversees transmission lines (metal towers) and handles related inquiries. Hydro one also is the distributor for customers located outside of the Entegrus service territory.
The ESA oversees electrical wiring safety and inspection according to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code. It also certifies electrical appliances in special cases, and raises awareness regarding electrical safety.
The IESO oversees Ontario's energy market and balances the supply and flow of energy across Ontario.
Formerly Ontario Hydro, the OPG is the largest power producer in the province.
Formerly the Municipal Electric Association, this association represents local electric distribution companies in Ontario.
The OEA represents Ontario's energy industry.