The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has several special programs available in Ontario to help low-income energy consumers. You need to meet certain criteria to qualify for these programs. Continue reading for more information on the programs available.
IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT AS OF JANUARY 1ST, 2018, THE CENTRE DE SANTÉ COMMUNAUTAIRE DU GRAND SUDBURY, AT 19 FROOD ROAD, AS THE LEAD AGENCY OF THE HOMELESSNESS NETWORK FOR THE CITY OF GREATER SUDBURY, WILL BE THE NEW INTAKE AGENCY AND NEW SERVICE CENTER SITE FOR THE ONTARIO ELECTRICITY SUPPORT PROGRAM AND THE LOW-INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PLAN, PREVIOUSLY COORDINATED THROUGH THE CANADIAN RED CROSS.
For more information, view the full Public Service Announcement HERE
Centre de Santé Communautaire du Grand Sudbury Contact Information:
Address: 19 Frood Road, Sudbury, ON P3C 4Y9
Coordinator, Homelessness Network
Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP)
The Ontario Electricity Support Program is a new program that began in 2016, and upon qualifying can reduce the electricity bills of low-income customers.
Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)
Emergency financial assistance – This program provides a one-time grant towards your electricity or natural gas bill if you are temporarily unable to make ends meet in an emergency situation.
Energy Conservation Programs
Greater Sudbury Hydro’s EnergySavers team offers programs and tips to help you reduce your energy use and lower your overall household costs. Read more about how to reduce your energy consumption