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The city has been trying to rein in executive bonuses at Toronto Hydro. Last year the CEO took home a bonus of more than $640,000
Straddling both the private and public sectors, Toronto Hydro is tricky to define. Its executive payouts call into question: who runs the show? Energy Probe is quoted in this look at Hydro exec earnings by the Toronto Star’s Christine Dobby.
(April 21, 2016) Power bills for Toronto Hydro’s residential customers are set to increase by 18% in May compared to the same time last year.
Toronto Hydro will hike distribution rates by more than 20% in the coming year. Continue reading
Toronto Hydro’s inefficiencies cost the city tens of millions of dollars annually in unnecessarily high hydro rates. Continue reading
(January 14, 2014) Recently I stumbled upon a 2003 Toronto Hydro bill in my effort to rid the office space of paper piles.
(September 13, 2013) For the approximately 700,000 customers of Toronto Hydro who have either received or are about to receive their latest hydro bill they should pay attention to the brochure enclosed with the bill, titled, “bright ideas” and the subheading: “Electricity rates are rising. We want you to know why.” Continue reading
(Monday, March 12) “The aggregate total of incentive payments to the top five active executives in the five years ending 2010 was $2.9 million!” That sentence caught my eye in an article that appeared in the January 27, 2012 Toronto Star. Continue reading
(November 15, 2011) Ontario ratepayers are helping to hold down municipal taxes and the provincial debt, says Energy Probe director Parker Gallant. Continue reading
(Oct. 18, 2010) Parker Gallant’s open letter to the Honourable Brad Duguid, Minister of Energy & Infrastructure and Mr. Haines, CEO, Toronto Hydro. Continue reading