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Posted Monday, July 26, 2021

In addition to keeping the lights on across the City of Waterloo, and the Townships of Wellesley and Woolwich, Waterloo North Hydro (WNH) is also helping to power the next generation of powerline maintainers.
In 2021, WNH donated $5,000 in scholarships to support students in Conestoga College’s Powerline Technician Program. The scholarships were awarded to four students, helping to provide financial support for the school year.
“We are proud of our ongoing...

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Posted Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Waterloo North Hydro (WNH) has teamed up with Four All Ice Cream to give customers a sweet way to beat the heat this summer.
WNH Customers that register for eBilling before July 28 will be automatically entered into a draw to win one of ten sweet prize packs from Four All Ice Cream. The prize packs include a $50 gift card, as well as other special gifts.
The summer eBilling campaign offers WNH the chance to support a local small business while also providing a tasty incentive...

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Posted Monday, June 28, 2021

Waterloo North Hydro (WNH) congratulates the eight young artists selected as winners of the 2021 Elementary School Electrical Safety Poster Contest.
The winners, representing schools across WNH’s service territory were selected following an online public vote.
Students were asked to design a safety poster showing how you can stay safe and avoid overhead powerlines. WNH received more than 40 contest entries from students in Grades 1-8.
The 2021 Poster Contest...

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Posted Friday, May 21, 2021

Waterloo North Hydro’s (WNH) ongoing work to improve reliability for its customers has earned the utility a prestigious provincial award. 
The utility received the Innovation Excellence Award from the Electricity Distributors Association (EDA) during its annual Awards Gala on May 20. The award was in recognition of WNH’s Fault Location Isolation and Service Restoration (FLISR) pilot project, which has helped to significantly decrease the length and impact...

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Posted Monday, May 17, 2021

Energy+ Inc. Kitchener-Wilmot Hydro Inc. and Waterloo North Hydro Inc. have joined forces to urge everyone working or playing outdoors to remain vigilant and exercise caution near powerlines. Outdoor DIY projects such as landscaping, building a new deck or taking down seasonal lights can be activities to tackle during the COVID-19 lockdown, but they can also be potentially dangerous.
No matter how momentary, one distraction near powerlines can cause severe injury or death....

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