Grimsby Power commercial customers pay for electricity based on different rates depending on their demand and usage. Small commercial customers that have a demand less than 50 kW pay the same Time-of-Use rates that residential customers pay, with the exception of those enrolled with an energy retailer.
Large commercial customers with a demand over 50 kW pay the Hourly Ontario Energy Price (unless enrolled with an energy retailer), plus Global Adjustment.
The link below provides the Time-of-Use rates and price periods for both summer and winter that would be applied to small commercial customers.
The link below provides the current Hourly Ontario Energy Price for customers with demand over 50kW (see Price).
Other charges on your electricity bill, including delivery and regulatory charges are available on the Tariff of Rates and Charges as approved by the OEB. Small commercial customers fall under the General Service Less than 50 kW Service Classification. Large commercial customers fall under the General Service 50 to 4,999 kW Service Classification.
The Ontario Energy Board has set electricity prices effective May 1, 2021. These prices will appear on the Electricity line of you bill and are only for the electricity you use. They do not include other charges like delivery. Time of Use prices per kilowatt hour: Off Peak – 8.2¢ Mid Peak – 11.3¢ On Peak – 17.0¢ Tiered prices per kilowatt hour: Residential Tier 1 – First 600 kWh – 9.8¢ Tier 2 – Above 600 kWh – 11.5¢ The Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER) has also changed effective May 1, 2021. Effective May 1, 2021 the OER will be 18.9%.READ ALL ARTICLES
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