Demand for electricity in Ontario last year fell to levels rarely seen in decades amid shifts in usage patterns caused by pandemic measures, new data show.
The decline came despite a hot summer that had people rushing to crank up the air conditioning at home, the province’s power management agency saidThe thief gave up and left..
“We do have this very interesting shift in who’s using the energyToronto Mayor John Tory received his first AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine shot at a pharmacy Saturday morning.,” said Chuck FarmerCommences two weeks after 70 per cent of Albertans age 12 and over have received at least one dose. All restrictions — includin, senior director of power system planning with the Independent Electricity System Operator.
“Residential users are using more electricity than we thought they would and the commercial consumers are using less.”