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Electricity Charge

General Service <50 kW Rates Energy:

Time of Use Rates

 

Off

$0.077 per

Peak:

kWh

Mid

$0.114 per

Peak:

kWh

On

$0.140 per

Peak:

kWh

 

OR Retail

Contract 3

Westario's Distribution Costs (Delivery):

Monthly Fixed Service Charge

$23.99 per

Distribution Charge Low Voltage Charge

month 4 $0.0108 per kWh $0.0016 per kWh

Deferral/Variance Account Disposition

$0.0031 per kWh

Global Adjustment Sub-Account Disposition (applicable to retailer enrolled customers only) Smart Meter Costs (Delivery):

$0.0017 per kWh

Historical Smart Meter Cost Recovery $2.06 per

 

month 4

Recovery of Stranded Meter Assets

$3.12 per

month 4

Smart Metering Entity Charge

$0.79 per

month 4

Retail:

Transmission: Network $0.0059 per kWh

Transmission: Connection Regulatory:

$0.0038 per kWh

Wholesale Market Service

$0.0057 per kWh

Standard Supply Service Charge

$0.25/invoice

Debt Retirement:

$0.0070 per kWh

Loss Factor Adjustment for all Rate Classes:

1.0700

3 Retail Contract Price – dependent upon your choice of electricity provider

4 Charge is pro-rated depending on number of days in the billing period

Rates shown above are effective May 1, 2014

General Service >50 kW Rates Energy:

Spot

Market

Price

OR Weighted

Average

Price

OR Retailer

Contract 1

Westario's Distribution Costs (Delivery):

Monthly Fixed Service Charge

$221.45 per

month 2

Distribution Charge

$2.0808 per

kW

Low Voltage Charge

$0.6184 per

kW

Deferral/Variance Account Disposition

$0.8920 per

kW

Global Adjustment Sub-Account Disposition (applicable

$0.5984 per

to retailer enrolled customers, customers using > 250,000 kWh/year or 50 & >kW/month) Smart Meter Costs (Delivery):

kW

Historical Smart Meter Recovery $1.53 per

 

month 2

Retail:

Transmission: Network

$2.4671 per

kW

Transmission: Connection

$1.5166 per

kW

Regulatory:

Wholesale Market Service

$0.0057 per

kW

GS<50 kW-2,000 kWh / month consumption

per kW GS<50 kW-2,000 kWh / month consumption GS>50 kW-160,000 kWh & 250 kW/ month consumption

GS>50 kW-160,000 kWh & 250 kW/ month consumption

GS>50 kW-160,000 kWh & 250 kW/ month consumption Other sources of information about electricity and rates

Other sources of information about electricity and rates are:

Ontario Energy Board Call Centre: 416-314-2455

Ministry of Energy: 1-888-668-4636 (toll free)

Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO): 1-888-448-7777 (toll free)

of Energy: 1-888-668-4636 (toll free) Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO): 1-888-448-7777 (toll free)

Standard Supply Service Charge

$0.25/invoice

Debt Retirement:

$0.0070 per

kW

Loss Factor Adjustment for Secondary Metered:

1.0700

Loss Factor Adjustment for Primary Metered:

1.0593

1 Retail Contract Price – dependent upon your choice of electricity provider

2 Charge is pro-rated depending on number of days in the billing period

Rates shown above are effective May 1, 2014

** Debt Retirement Charge-is set by the Ministry of Finance to pay down the debt of the former Ontario Hydro. All electric utilities and retailers collect the Debt Retirement Charge from consumers. Although this debt was acquired in the past, the facilities that were financed by the debt are still in use and continue to supply electricity to consumers today.

For the majority of customers in Ontario, the Debt Retirement Charge is 0.7 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh), therefore the charge on your bill will vary with your electricity use. The Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation (OEFC) reports $982 million in revenue was collected in 2009 from the Debt Retirement Charge.

The OEFC estimates the debt will likely be retired between 2014 - 2018. This estimate has been updated from the previous estimate of 2012 - 2020.

For further information on the Debt Retirement Charge, please refer to http://www.oefc.on.ca/debtmanage.html

Debt Retirement News Article:

Other items on your bill if you have signed with an electricity retailer

If you have signed a contract with an independent electricity retailer, in addition to the above there will some other items on your bill. These include:

* Global Adjustment line: It can be a credit or a charge to you,

and is your share of the difference between government regulated and contract prices for electricity paid to certain generators and the market prices they would have received had they not been subject to government regulation or contracts. If you buy electricity under the Regulated Price Plan, an estimate of this amount is already reflected in the stable price for electricity set by the OEB, shown on the "Electricity" line of your bill. If you buy from an electricity retailer, the Global Adjustment is not included in the contract price offered by the retailer, so on your bill it's shown as a separate item.

Customer Supplied Transformer Allowance

There are circumstances under which, Westario Power does not supply customers with transformation equipment, but rather the customer provides its own equipment. This occurs usually when the customer has unique consumption characteristics that require the use of special equipment not usually provided by Westario Power Inc. or the level of consumption is above a certain threshold.

Customers that provide their own transformation are entitled to receive a credit of $0.60 per kilowatts demand for the month. The rate for this credit is shown on the annual rate schedule (approved by the Ontario Energy Board).

for the month. The rate for this credit is shown on the annual rate schedule (approved