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Regulated Price Plan (RPP) - Time-of-Use Rates for General Service Less Than 50 KW with a smart meter***

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Time-of-Use Rates, effective May 1, 2015, are as follows:


On Peak - 16.1 cents per kWh - When demand for electricity is highest (Weekdays: 11 AM - 5 PM)
Mid Peak - 12.2 cents per kWh - When demand for electricity is moderate (Weekdays: 7 - 11 AM and 5 - 7 PM)
Off-Peak - 8 cents per kWh - When demand for electricity is lowest (Weekdays: 7 PM to 7 AM, Weekends and Holidays - 24
HOURS)
Click here for the current Time-of-Use SUMMER Schedule and rates that took effect on May 1, 2015.

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Click here to view the Ontario Energy Board's 2015 statutory holiday schedule.
Click here to view the Ontario Energy Board's Electricity Price Comparison Calculator for small businesses.

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Electricity Charges for Commercial, Less Than 50 KW with no interval meter (Rates Effective
May 1, 2015)
Commercial, Less Than 50 KW with no interval meter (Rates Effective May 1, 2015)

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Electricity

Electricity Consumed during On-Peak Hours

per kWh

$0.161

Electricity Consumed During Mid-Peak Hours

per kWh

$0.122

Electricity Consumed During Off-Peak Hours

per kWh

$0.08

Fixed Monthly Charge

per month

$31.63

Monthly IESO Smart Metering Entity Charge

per bill

$0.79

Distribution Variable Charge

per kWh

$0.0102

Network Charge*

per kWh

$0.0068

Connection Charge*

per kWh

$0.0052

Wholesale Market Service Charge*

per kWh

$0.0044

Rural Rate Protection Charge*

per kWh

$0.0013

Administration Charge**

per month

$0.25

Debt Retirement Charge

per kWh

$0.0070

HST

per bill

13%

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Commercial Security
Deposit Requirements

Renewable
Generation - FIT and
microFIT
Delivery
Feed-in-T ariff (FIT ) and
microFIT Program
Net Metering Program
Micro Generation
Connection Process
Small and Mid-Sized
Generation Incorporation

*Regulatory*

microFIT Connection
Request Form

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Smart Meters & T ime-ofUse Rates
Energy Retailer Contracts
Global Adjustment
Regulated Price Plan
Variance Settlement
Standard Supply Service

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*Government*

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Electrical Safety Authority
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Regulatory Documents
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*The consumption used for these rates is subject to an Adjustment Factor. When electricity is delivered over a power line, it is
normal for a small amount of power to be consumed or lost as heat. Equipment such as wires and transformers consume power
before it gets to your home or business. The adjustment factor accounts for these losses.
** Monthly Administration charge applies to non-retailer affiliated customers only. ***For eligible customers, the electricity price
may be 9.4 cents per kilowatt hour for the first 750 kilowatt hours and 11 cents per kilowatt hour for any additional consumption.
Of the 750 kWh consumption, 725 kWhs will be reflected in the Electricity portion of the bill and the remaining 25 kWhs, which
accounts for the adjustment factor, will be reflected in the Delivery portion of the bill. For retailer customers, the price is as stated
on the retailer contract. Rates may be subject to change from time to time.
++ 10% Off Your Electricity Bill
Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan is moving our province to clean sources of power while shutting down coal plants that pollute the
air we breathe. Upgrading and modernizing our infrastructure is helping to provide reliable power to our homes and businesses.
Building more clean energy is also creating thousands of jobs for Ontarians in our growing renewable energy industries, like solar,
wind and hydroelectric. To help you with increased costs of these essential investments, the Ontario Government has taken 10%
off your electricity bill, including electricity costs, regulatory charges, the debt retirement charge and taxes. You will receive the
Ontario Clean Energy Benefit on every bill until December 31, 2015, as our province continues to build our clean energy future. For
more information, visit www.Ontario.ca/energyplan or call 1-888-668-4636.
*Loss Factors*
*Distribution Loss Factors, Secondary Metered Customers*
Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0350

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0136

*Distribution Loss Factors, Primary Metered Customers*


Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0246

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0035

Electricity Charges for General Service, Greater Than 50 KW with no interval meter (Rates
Effective May 1, 2015)
General Service, Greater Than 50 KW with no interval meter (Rates Effective May 1, 2015)
Electricity

Delivery

Regulatory

Government

Spot Market Price


Fixed Monthly Charge

per month

$154.54

Distribution Variable Charge

per kW

$2.5795

Network Charge

per kW

$2.4080

Connection Charge

per kW

$1.9112

Transformer Discount (if applicable)

per kW

($0.60)

Wholesale Market Service Charge*

per kWh

$0.0044

Rural Rate Protection Charge*

per kWh

$0.0013

Administration Charge**

per month

$0.25

Debt Retirement Charge

per kWh

$0.0070

HST

per bill

13%

*The consumption used for these rates is subject to an Adjustment Factor. When electricity is delivered over a power line, it is
normal for a small amount of power to be consumed or lost as heat. Equipment such as wires and transformers consume power
before it gets to your home or business. The adjustment factor accounts for these losses.
** Monthly Administration charge applies to non-retailer affiliated customers only.
++ 10% Off Your Electricity Bill
Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan is moving our province to clean sources of power while shutting down coal plants that pollute the
air we breathe. Upgrading and modernizing our infrastructure is helping to provide reliable power to our homes and businesses.
Building more clean energy is also creating thousands of jobs for Ontarians in our growing renewable energy industries, like solar,
wind and hydroelectric. To help you with increased costs of these essential investments, the Ontario Government has taken 10%
off your electricity bill, including electricity costs, regulatory charges, the debt retirement charge and taxes. You will receive the
Ontario Clean Energy Benefit on every bill until December 31, 2015, as our province continues to build our clean energy future. For
more information, visit www.Ontario.ca/energyplan or call 1-888-668-4636.
*Loss Factors*
*Distribution Loss Factors, Secondary Metered Customers*
Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0350

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0136

*Distribution Loss Factors, Primary Metered Customers*

Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0246

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0035

Electricity Charges for General Service, Greater Than 50 KW With An Interval Meter (Rates
Effective May 1, 2015)
General Service, Greater Than 50 KW With An Interval Meter (Rates Effective May 1, 2015)
Electricity

Delivery

Regulatory

Government

Spot Market Price


Fixed Monthly Charge

per month

$154.54

Distribution Variable Charge

per kW

$2.5795

Network Charge

per kW

$3.0879

Connection Charge

per kW

$2.6632

Transformer Discount (if applicable)

per kW

($0.60)

Monthly Meter Rental Fee

per month

$5.50

Wholesale Market Service Charge*

per kWh

$0.0044

Rural Rate Protection Charge*

per kWh

$0.0013

Administration Charge**

per month

$0.25

Debt Retirement Charge

per kWh

$0.0070

HST

per bill

13%

*The consumption used for these rates is subject to an Adjustment Factor. When electricity is delivered over a power line, it is
normal for a small amount of power to be consumed or lost as heat. Equipment such as wires and transformers consume power
before it gets to your home or business. The adjustment factor accounts for these losses.
**Monthly Administration charge applies to non-retailer affiliated customers only.
++ 10% Off Your Electricity Bill
Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan is moving our province to clean sources of power while shutting down coal plants that pollute the
air we breathe. Upgrading and modernizing our infrastructure is helping to provide reliable power to our homes and businesses.
Building more clean energy is also creating thousands of jobs for Ontarians in our growing renewable energy industries, like solar,
wind and hydroelectric. To help you with increased costs of these essential investments, the Ontario Government has taken 10%
off your electricity bill, including electricity costs, regulatory charges, the debt retirement charge and taxes. You will receive the
Ontario Clean Energy Benefit on every bill until December 31, 2015, as our province continues to build our clean energy future. For
more information, visit www.Ontario.ca/energyplan or call 1-888-668-4636.
*Loss Factors*
*Distribution Loss Factors, Secondary Metered Customers*
Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0350

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0136

*Distribution Loss Factors, Primary Metered Customers*


Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0246

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0035

Electricity Charges for Large User (Rates Effective May 1, 2015)


Large User (Rates Effective May 1, 2015)
Electricity

Delivery

Regulatory

Government

Spot Market Price***


Fixed Monthly Charge

per month

$19,898.62

Distribution Variable Charge

per kW

$2.1582

Network Charge

per kW

$3.1631

Connection Charge

per kW

$2.6632

Monthly Meter Rental Fee

per month

$5.50

Wholesale Market Service Charge*

per kWh

$0.0044

Rural Rate Protection Charge*

per kWh

$0.0013

Administration Charge**

per month

$0.25

Debt Retirement Charge

per kWh

$0.0070

HST

per bill

13%

*The consumption used for these rates is subject to an Adjustment Factor. When electricity is delivered over a power line, it is
normal for a small amount of power to be consumed or lost as heat. Equipment such as wires and transformers consume power
before it gets to your home or business. The adjustment factor accounts for these losses.
**Monthly Administration charge applies to non-retailer affiliated customers only.
***For eligible customers, the electricity price may be 9.4 cents per kilowatt hour for the first 750 kilowatt hours and 11 cents per
kilowatt hour for any additional consumption. Of the 750 kWh consumption, 725 kWhs will be reflected in the Electricity portion of
the bill and the remaining 25 kWhs, which accounts for the adjustment factor, will be reflected in the Delivery portion of the bill. For
retailer customers, the price is as stated on the retailer contract. Rates may be subject to change from time to time.
*Loss Factors*
*Distribution Loss Factors, Secondary Metered Customers*
Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0350

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0136

*Distribution Loss Factors, Primary Metered Customers*


Customer Less Than 5000 kW

1.0246

Customer Greater Than 5000 kW

1.0035

Commercial Water Rates - effective January 1, 2015


there are no rate categories, everyone is billed under this rate structure
in the new rate structure, there are no longer classifications for different types of customers and a new capital renewal charge has
been introduced
all residential, institutional, commercial and industrial customers will pay a fixed monthly charge based on the size of their meter
and a fixed volumetric charge based on the amount of water used each month
This blending of fixed and usage charges is intended to continue to promote conservation by giving people control over their bills by
reducing their monthly usage. Please visit the City of London's website for more information on these latest changes.

Water Rates - Volumetric Portion of charge based on the amount of water used each month
Block

Water Supply (based on consumption)

Rate ($ per m3)

m3

0-7

8-15

1.9996

Next 8

16-25

2.5710

Next 10

26-35

2.8567

Next 10

36-250

1.0856

Next 215

251-7,000

1.0284

Next 6,750

7,001-50,000

0.9371

Next 43,000

Over 50,000

0.8343

Over 50,000

First 7

Sewer System/Wastewater Rates - Volumetric Portion of charge based on the amount of water used each
month
Block

Sewer System Charge (based on consumption)

0-7

Rate ($ per m3)

m3

8-15

1.7772

Next 8

16-25

2.2850

Next 10

26-35

2.5389

Next 10

36-250

0.9647

Next 215

251-7,000

0.9140

Next 6,750

7,001-50,000

0.8328

Next 43,000

Over 50,000

0.7414

Over 50,000

First 7

INFRASTRUCTURE CONNECTION CHARGES


Water Rates- a fixed monthly charge component based on the size of your water meter

Monthly Charge Based On Meter


Size

Water Connection Charge


($/month)

Wastewater Connection Charge


($/month)

16 mm

$14.04

$11.89

19 mm

$21.06

$17.83

25 mm

$35.10

$29.70

40 mm

$70.20

$59.40

50 mm

$112.33

$95.04

76 mm

$245.69

$207.89

100 mm

$421.19

$356.38

150 mm

$982.80

$831.57

200 mm

$1,684.77

$1,425.55

250 mm

$2106.08

$1782.44

Customer Assistance Fund


($/month)

Fire Protection Charge ($/month)


Residential

$1.44

Institutional, Commercial, Industrial (ICI) 5 Hectares or


Less

$9.63

Institutional, Commercial, Industrial (ICI) over 5 Hectares

$48.15

Stormwater Charges Based on Class and Land


Size

Storm Drainage Charge


($/month)

Residential/Commercial/Institutional/Industrial of 0.4
hectares or less

$14.49

$0.25

Storm Drainage Charge


($/hectare/month)

Residential/Commercial/Institutional/Industrial of over 0.4


hectares

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