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Powering Tomorrow.

The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) works at the heart of Ontario's power system. The IESO delivers key services across the electricity sector including: managing the power system in real-time, planning for the province's future energy needs, enabling conservation and designing a more efficient electricity marketplace to support sector evolution. 

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Powering Tomorrow

Powering Tomorrow

Visit IESO’s newly launched Powering Tomorrow section. Here you will find stories about innovations that will help drive efficiencies and prepare Ontario for the power system of tomorrow.

Listen to IESO’s CEO, Peter Gregg, and Vice-President, Terry Young, as they share their thoughts on the IESO’s role to enable innovative solutions that create value for Ontario.

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Regional Electricity Forums - Local Perspectives

The IESO held five electricity forums across the province throughout fall 2017. These sessions brought together a cross section of industry experts, community and business audiences to explore the future direction of the electricity sector. Discussions included how electricity can be harnessed to support the growth, resiliency and vibrancy of communities.

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Innovative Energy Conservation Projects

The Conservation Fund supports projects that have the potential to lead to large-scale transformation in the marketplace, or demonstrate the energy saving potential of emerging tech and new conservation concepts.

The IESO welcomes applications for project funding that can lead advancing the energy conservation landscape in Ontario. The application intake process is changing for 2018, learn more about Conservation Fund eligibility and application process.

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Kilowatt Way

Whether you live in an apartment or a house – four quick questions will reveal how you use electricity and show you ways to become more energy efficient.

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