Earth Hour 2014

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Participate in Earth Hour 2014

Earth Hour takes place on Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Earth Hour, an annual global event hosted by the World Wildlife Fund and supported provincially by BC Hydro, encourages individuals to show their support for the fight against climate change by turning out their lights.

BC Hydro supports Earth Hour 

Earth Hour and BC Hydro are asking you to use this event as motivation to make plans and take action to reduce energy use year round.

During last year's Earth Hour, B.C. got off to a good start. Led by Comox, Courtenay, North Sannich, Sidney and Qualicum, the communities which saved the biggest percentage of electricity on March 23, 2013, B.C. saved 136 megawatt hours of electricity. See how communities across B.C. fared in Earth Hour 2013.

Make saving energy a year-long event

Power Smart is here to help you take energy conservation beyond the hour. Whether you're looking for energy-saving tips, rebates on energy-efficient products, or tools to help you manage your consumption, we've got you covered.

New energy tracking tools available on MyHydro allow you to view your hourly consumption up to and including the day before. You can also view your projected electricity costs and compare your consumption to last year’s, similar homes nearby and average daily temperature. Taking a deeper look at your electricity use means you can take action to reduce your consumption and save money before your next bill arrives.

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And don't forget to join Team Power Smart for access to exclusive energy-saving tools and special rewards and offers.