Managing your energy consumption and costs starts with understanding your usage. MyAccount is an online portal, where ERTH Power customers can conveniently and securely log in to access their account information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
MyAccount also allows users to view their bills, payment history, and monitor usage.
You have the power to control and manage your power consumption in your workplace and business. ERTH Power, through Utilismart, can help you use energy and manage costs more efficiently.
If the answer to any of the following questions is “Yes” call ERTH Power today and ask to speak to our Energy Manager specialist.
Are you having trouble tracking your energy use and costs?
Do you want to learn more about Ontario’s deregulation process and how it affects the energy market and your business?
Do you want to have the manpower and the money to manage your energy costs?
Are you interested in having more control over how the open energy market affects your business?
Will having more influence over your energy needs and expenditures have a positive effect on your business operations?
For over three years Utilismart software has specialized in operating a web-based service providing local utilities and large power users with the service and information needed to make informed business decisions about electricity usage.
Borrow a Meter, Save a Load
In partnership with the Oxford County Library and Elgin County Library, ERTH Power is please to offer the “Borrow a Meter, Save a Load!” Meter Loan Program.
How it Works
Visit your nearest library in Elgin or Oxford County and ask to borrow an energy meter
Follow the instructions and plug in the meter throughout your home.
Measure the energy consumption of your home appliances and devices, and see where you can cut costs on your energy bill. Included with each meter are simple operating instructions and information on how to calculate the costs of the household appliances as well as 100 energy saving tips.
By measuring how much electricity it takes to operate individual electrical devices in your home, you can make informed decisions about how to conserve energy and determine which appliances should be replaced with newer, high-efficiency models. You’ll also realize why it’s important to unplug small appliances and devices when not in use to avoid “phantom loads”. Phantom load is when an appliance or electronic still uses electricity or “standby power” even when it is turned off.