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July 21, 2014

Enbridge Spring into Winter Campaign

Windfall is Seeking Eligible Enbridge Gas Customers

$20 Shoppers Drug Mart Gift Cards to the first 200 participants

We are looking for older homes in Durham Region! Income-eligible Enbridge Gas customers with homes built in the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s may qualify for upgrades under the Enbridge Winterproofing Program.

The Winterproofing Program is a free program designed to help income-eligible Enbridge customers to save money on their energy bills and make their homes more energy efficient.

If you're a Durham Region Enbridge customer living in an older leaky home, call us today to fill out an application.

Learn More and Find Out How To Apply

August 12, 2014

OSEA Green Energy Doors Open - October 4th

Tour success stories of conservation, community engagement and sustainable energy development

Windfall Centre is hosting an event from 10am-2pm

Come take a tour at Windfall Centre, located in the heritage Sheppard Family estate in the Sheppard Bush Conservation Area. The tour highlights how a historical building can incorporate energy conservation and renewable energy retrofits to reduce a homes carbon footprint. Interested attendees can also take a  test ride in our all electric vehicle, a Nissan leaf!

More than 90 host sites are already confirmed to hold a variety of events across the province, including Windfall Centre.

Submit Your Green Energy Event or Find One Near You

August 18, 2014

Community Gardens in the City of Vaughan

The City is looking for feedback from residents

Help shape the community garden program

The City of Vaughan is interested in understanding the general demand for and interest in community gardens in the City of Vaughan. They are looking for ideas, thoughts and feedback. If you are a resident of Vaughan, please complete the short survey.

Learn more about community gardens.

August 18, 2014

Conservation First Tool Kit available for review

Toolkit will help with design of energy conservation programs

Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their comments

The Conservation First Framework will provide local distribution companies (LDCs) with long term, stable funding for Conservation and Demand Management (CDM) programs. It will give LDCs greater flexibility and autonomy to design and deliver conservation programs that meet local needs, strengthen regional collaboration and cooperation with natural gas utilities and enhance accountability on the part of the OPA and distributors to deliver cost-effective conservation programs.

In collaboration with LDCs, the Electricity Distributors Association and natural gas utilities, the OPA has developed a draft Tool Kit that will help LDCs design their CDM Plans to cost effectively meet local customer needs. The Tool Kit was launched on July 31, 2014.

Download the Toolkit

August 20, 2014

Enter to win $500 by completing a septic survey

Tell us about your onsite water treatment system

Information will be used to develop a Rural Safe Water Program

An estimated 1.2 million Ontarians rely on onsite wastewater treatment systems (commonly called septic systems) to dispose of the water that leaves their sinks, showers and toilets. If you're one of those residents, we want to hear from you! By filling out the survey, you can enter to win $500 towards septic system upgrades, effluent filter installation, maintenance or repairs.

Take The Survey Now

More updates

Getting To 80

Enbridge customers in Wards 13 and 30 may qualify for up to $2000 in incentives when making energy saving upgrades to their homes. The cash incentives are being offered as part of community-wide climate protection initiative led by Project Neutral and Windfall Ecology Centre.

Visit the Getting To 80 website for full details