Essex Powerlines Corporation 2019 IRM Rate Application
Friday, 08 February 2019 14:52

Essex Powerlines Corporation 2019 IRM Rate Application.

Essex Powerlines Corporation’s (“EPLC”) complete 2019 IRM Rate Application. By way of this application, EPLC is seeking Ontario Energy Board (“OEB”) approval for distribution rates effective May 1st, 2019.

Click here to download the Essex Powerlines Corporation 2019 IRM Rate Application

 
ESSEX POWER CORPORATION MAKES ADDITIONAL DONATION TO LOCAL FOOD BANKS
Wednesday, 19 December 2018 14:54


ESSEX POWER CORPORATION MAKES ADDITIONAL DONATION TO LOCAL FOOD BANKS


Tecumseh, ON: Essex Power Corporation (“EPC”) has made a monetary and canned food donation to local food banks in Leamington, Amherstburg, Tecumseh and LaSalle.

Inspired by its Let’s CAN Hunger Together campaign, where Essex Powerlines customers earned $3000 for local food banks by signing up for paperless billing, employees of Essex Power banded together to collect additional canned goods and monetary donations.

Through employee and corporate donations, an additional $4200 was raised and donated, totalling to $7200 that was evenly split amongst four community food banks.

EPC employees also collected over 6000 canned goods that were distributed to the food banks. This is the 8th year that EPC has donated to local food banks within the communities they serve. The recipients of the donation include:

•    Amherstburg Food & Fellowship Mission
•    Tecumseh Goodfellows
•    Leamington Salvation Army
•    St. Andrew’s LaSalle Food Bank

“The generosity of our customers inspired Essex Power and our employees to contribute to the final donation to our local food banks. At Essex Power, we believe in the value of giving back to our communities.”

Joe Barile, General Manager, Essex Powerlines


“Amherstburg Food & Fellowship Mission is very thankful for this generous donation. It will help us to help those in need.”

Tim McAllister, President, Amherstburg Food & Fellowship Mission. 


Essex Power Corporation is a dynamic energy company that provides safe, reliable, and economical energy supply and services to our customers. Our commitment to innovation, performance management, and leading by example has built the foundation for Essex Power and our affiliates to establish a diverse set of energy products and services that are valued by our customers.

 



















Pictured from left, Heather O’Bright, Chantal Drouin, Brandon Chartier, Chris Carr, and Dan Gagnier



Pictured from left, Janis McVittie, Joe Barile, Chris Carr, Deb Wilkinson, Ray Tracey, Brandon Chartier. St. Andrew’s LaSalle Community Food Bank

 

 

Pictured from left, Brandon Chartier, Tim McAllister, Chris Carr, Dan Gagnier. Amherstburg Food & Fellowship Mission

 

 Dan Gagnier unloading canned goods for Tecumseh Goodfellows.

 

Pictured from left, Amanda Panetta, Brandon Chartier, Chris Carr, Brad Webster at the Leamington Salvation Army.


For more information contact:


Amanda Panetta, Marketing & Conservation Analyst

2199 Blackacre Dr., Suite 200, Oldcastle, ON N0R 1L0

Telephone: 519-946-2000 x 261

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ENWIN AND ESSEX POWERLINES HELP CUSTOMERS DONATE TO LOCAL FOOD BANKS
Wednesday, 12 December 2018 11:47


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NEWS RELEASE

December 11, 2018

ENWIN AND ESSEX POWERLINES HELP CUSTOMERS DONATE TO LOCAL FOOD BANKS

Oldcastle, ON: More than 881 local electricity customers have earned donations for local food banks, by signing up for paperless billing. Through their joint paperless billing campaign, Let’s CAN Hunger Together, ENWIN Utilities Ltd. (ENWIN) and Essex Powerlines Corporation (EPL) offered customers a chance to save paper and donate $10 each to local food banks, without spending a dime.


During the Let’s CAN Hunger Together campaign, the local distribution companies banded together to recognize paperless billing signups by donating $10 to local food banks for each customer signup. The campaign ran from October 25th to December 7th and prompted customers to help make a difference in their community by taking advantage of e-billing services. The significant amount of customer participation raised $8810 for local food banks and spoke volumes about the generosity of our community during times of need.


On Wednesday, December 12, 2018, EPL and ENWIN will present donations to the following food banks:

•    The Downtown Mission of Windsor
•    St. Andrew’s LaSalle Food Bank
•    Amherstburg Food & Fellowship Mission
•    Tecumseh Goodfellows
•    Leamington Salvation Army

The ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. at the EPL Office, 2730 Highway 3, Oldcastle ON. Media are invited to attend. Breakout interviews and photo opportunities will be available.


 “We are proud to serve such great communities and would like to thank our customers for participating in this event. Through our customers’ participation and through our collaboration with ENWIN, together we were able to donate $8810 dollars to local food banks. Campaigns like this prove how local utilities can work together to make an impact on the communities we serve.” Joe Barile, General Manager, Essex Powerlines
“It is wonderful when a partnership between utilities supports both our local community and our local conservation efforts. By engaging in paperless billing, our customers are helping to limit the amount of paper we use. That helps preserve the environment. They are also earning a significant donation for local food banks, which helps the community. Once again, we have proven that the true power lies in working together.” Helga Reidel, President & CEO, ENWIN Utilities Ltd.

ENWIN Utilities Ltd. is the licensed electricity distribution company serving customers in the City of Windsor. ENWIN also operates and maintains the water system owned by Windsor Utilities Commission. ENWIN works with Windsor to provide a safe, reliable source of electricity and water for our community. At ENWIN, the true power lies in working together.

www.enwin.com

Essex Powerlines Corporation is a regulated company that provides safe, reliable, and economical electrical distribution and service to 30,000 customers within four municipalities of Essex County. At Essex Powerlines, our corporate vision is to provide the communities of Amherstburg, LaSalle, Leamington, and Tecumseh with safe, reliable, and economical energy supply and service. The foundation to empower our vision is based on a dynamic and progressive workforce that will be industry leaders in providing ‘best of class’ business solutions in the delivery of service to our customers. At Essex Power, your Power is our Priority.

www.essexpowerlines.ca

For more information contact:

Amanda Panetta, Marketing & Conservation Analyst
2199 Blackacre Dr., Suite 200, Oldcastle, ON N0R 1L0
Telephone: 519-946-2000 x 261
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Barbara Peirce Marshall, Manager Corporate Communications & Public Relations
787 Ouellette Avenue, PO Box 1625, Windsor, ON N9A 5T7
519-255-2888 ext. 849
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ESSEX POWERLINES EMPLOYEES VOLUNTEER AT LOCAL FOOD BANKS
Wednesday, 07 November 2018 08:29

NEWS RELEASE

NOVEMBER 6, 2018

ESSEX POWERLINES EMPLOYEES VOLUNTEER AT LOCAL FOOD BANKS 


Oldcastle, ON: Essex Powerlines Corporation (EPL) is committed to making a difference in the communities they serve.

This morning, workers of Essex Powerlines visited St. Andrew’s LaSalle Community Food Bank to lend a helping hand. The volunteers helped with storage of assorted food items in the LaSalle food bank. Their next volunteering engagement will be at Amherstburg Food & Fellowship Mission on Friday November 9th, 2018 where employees will be participating in the preparation of meals.

EPL employees were briefed on the operations of the LaSalle food bank and were given some examples of in-demand items that could be donated. Employees also received a tour of the food bank and learned about volunteering opportunities. St. Andrew’s LaSalle Community Food Bank provides nutritional and healthy foods to approximately 70 families in need on a monthly basis.

“The people of LaSalle never ceases to amaze us. Just when you think you can’t be surprised, someone (EPL) from the community steps up. That’s the joy of a small community!”

Deb Wilkinson, St. Andrew’s LaSalle Community Food Bank

EPL, along with ENWIN Utilities, will continue to make a difference in the community with their “Let’s CAN Hunger Together” campaign, which runs until December 7th. This campaign allows their customers to help by making the switch to paperless billing. For each of the first 1,000 customers that sign up, a $10 donation will be made to local food banks.

“It brings us great joy to be able to give back to the communities we serve. We recognize that there is a greater need to support our local food banks leading up to the holiday season and are happy to help wherever we can. Signing up for paperless billing presents a simple way for our customers to give back to the community and help make a difference.”

Joe Barile, General Manager, Essex Powerlines


From left to right: Heather O’Bright (EPL), Chris Carr (EPL), Chantal Drouin (EPL), Deb Wilkinson (St. Andrews LaSalle Community Food Bank)

For more information customers can contact Essex Powerlines at (519) 737-6640 or visit www.essexpowerlines.ca

For more information contact:
Amanda Panetta, Marketing & Conservation Analyst
2199 Blackacre Dr., Suite 200, Oldcastle, ON N0R 1L0
Telephone: 519-946-2000 x 261
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Let’s CAN Hunger Together!
Thursday, 25 October 2018 12:32

ENWIN UTILITIES LTD AND ESSEX POWERLINES LAUNCH “LET’S CAN HUNGER TOGETHER!” CAMPAIGN
ENWIN Utilities Ltd. (ENWIN) and Essex Powerlines Corporation (EPL) are once again supporting the community, with help from their customers. The local electricity distribution companies are pleased to announce the launch of their joint paperless billing campaign:

"Let’s CAN Hunger Together!"


ENWIN and EPL will recognize paperless billing signups by donating $10 to local food banks, for each of the first 1,000 customers at each utility.

Through the utilities’ online portals, customers have the opportunity to choose paperless billing. Both ENWIN and EPL believe in the value of sustainability, and are encouraging customers to enroll in paperless billing today.

“Here at Essex Powerlines, we are committed to giving back to the communities we service. Customers that sign up for paperless billing have an opportunity to show their support for their community.” Joe Barile, General Manager, Essex Powerlines

“ENWIN is delighted to once again partner with our friends at Essex Power to support our local community. Through our partnerships with our employees, our customers and Essex Power, we will be helping to feed those in need and conserve paper in our billing processes. By working together, we are demonstrating the power of local hydro.” Helga Reidel, President and CEO, ENWIN Utilities Ltd.

Both EPL and ENWIN offer customers paperless billing through their online customer account portals. To make the switch, EPL customers should visit the MyAccount at https://myaccount.essexpowerlines.ca/app/login. ENWIN customers can sign up through ENWINconnect at www.enwin.com. This campaign will run until December 7, 2018.

For more information customers can call their local utility company or visit the utility websites.

Essex Powerlines Customer Service at: (519) 737-6640

ENWIN Utilities Ltd. Customer Service at: (519)-255-2727
or visit www.enwin.com

For more information contact:

Amanda Panetta, Marketing & Conservation Analyst
2199 Blackacre Dr., Suite 200, Oldcastle, ON N0R 1L0
Telephone: 519-946-2000 x 261
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Barbara Peirce Marshall, Manager Corporate Communications
787 Ouellette Avenue, PO Box 1625, Windsor, ON N9A 5T7
519-255-2888 ext. 849
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