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December 21, 2018

OEB Approves Merger of Veridian Connections Inc. and Whitby Hydro Electric Corporation


Report sees Ontario consumers driving tomorrow’s electricity system

A new vision paper by the Electricity Distributors Association and its member local utilities proposes a new way forward for Ontario’s electricity system that recognizes consumers as drivers of change and leverages new technologies to deliver high-quality electricity services.


Durham builders construct world’s longest picnic table

Over 80 people showed up to build the world’s longest picnic table, 448.2 feet long, on Friday Aug. 17 in Whitby. The previous Guinness record was 120.3m (394 feet) set in Athens, Greece on June 22, 2014, said a Habitat for Humanity-Durham spokesperson.

Early 2014 conservation results showcase LDC efforts to help reach province-wide conservation goals

Preliminary results indicate that Ontario’s local distribution companies (LDCs) achieved 98 percent (5,882 gigawatt-hours (GWh)) of cumulative energy savings, against their energy-savings target set by the Ontario Energy Board of 6,000 GWh for the 2011-2014 period.

Rooftop solar panel project underway in Pickering

As part of the City’s ongoing commitment to energy sustainability, a solar panel array will be mounted on the roof of the Claremont Community Centre, Library and Fire Station #4.

Veridian Connections invests in the success of students at UOIT

Veridian Connections is continuing a long standing tradition of supporting University of Ontario Institute of Technology students by energizing the Student Success Fund with a $25,000 donation.


Strategic partner sees certification as first step to public safety

With a deeply held commitment to public safety, Veridian Connections Inc. makes a point of hiring only the most competent and professional employees.

Utility2Utility: Veridian Connections Canada

For this installment of our popular Utility2Utility interview series, we spoke with Mark Turney, vice president of operations, about operational details and upgrades around fault detection.