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Simcoe County Utilities

 

Natural Gas Providers

Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc.

Rate 6-Commercial and Industrial Customers

To any Applicant needing to use the Company's natural gas distribution network to have transported a supply of natural gas to a single terminal location (Terminal Location) for non-residential purposes.

Charges Rate: 01-Apr-18 (effective date)
Total Gas Supply Charge 9.4665
Delivery, First: 500 10.35 /m3
Next 1,050 8.2392 /m3
Next 4,500 6.7611 /m3
Next 7,000 5.8114 /m3
Next 15,250 5.3894 /m3
All over 28,300 5.2834 /m3
Delivery Price Adjustment (all volumes) 0.0000
Monthly Charge 70
Additional Items Cap and Trade (included in Delivery to You on the bill) 3.3518 /m
Source: www.enbridgegas.com
 

Electricity Providers

Hydro One Networks

Effective Date 01-Jan-18
Business Customers (50 kW and above)
COMMERCIAL (DEMAND) - Regulated Price Plan - Electricity (up to 250,000 kWh/year)
Rate Classification 750 General Service - Urban Demand
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) 750 7.7 cents/kWh
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) 9.0 cents/kWh See footnote 5 and 6
Delivery Fixed charge $95.97/month
Delivery Volume charge $9.1837/kW
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (billed demand - cents/kW): 2.0123;
Transmission connection charge (billed demand - cents/kW): 1.3239;
Line loss adjustment factor $1.050
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge: 0.03 cents/kWh
Wholesale market service rate: 0.36 cents/kWh
Ontario electricity support program charge: 0.0 cents/kWh
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 0.70 cents/kWh
Additional Debt retirement charge: (metered usage - /kWh) 0.70
Notes:
1. Delivery rates for Urban Energy and are effective January 1, 2017. Additional Delivery Costs apply tfor non urban energy consumers.Please see Hydro One for details. Peak rate effective July 1st.
2. Retail transmission rates shown have not been adjusted for line losses.
3. An adjustment for line losses is included under the Delivery line for low-volume customers who use less than 150,000 kWh of electricity a year.
4. If youve enrolled with a retailer, the $0.25 standard supply service administration charge will be deducted from the Regulatory charges on your bill.
5. Conventional meeters are Weighted average hourly spot market price (WAHSP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustmen.
6. Interval meters are Hourly Ontario energy price (HOEP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
7. The Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP) reduces electricity costs for low-income customers. As part of the Fair Hydro Plan, the OESP charge has been removed from bills, effective May 1, 2017. The Province will fund the OESP through provincial revenues.
Source: www.hydroone.com
Business Customers (less than 50 kW)
COMMERCIAL (ENERGY) - Regulated Price Plan - Electricity
Rate Classification 750 General Service - Urban Demand
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) 750 7.7 cents/kWh
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) 9.0 cents/kWh See footnote 5 and 6
Delivery Fixed charge $23.30/month
Delivery Volume charge $2.62/kW
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (billed demand - cents/kW): 0.6048;
Transmission connection charge (billed demand - cents/kW): 0.40;
Line loss adjustment factor $1.067:
Smart Metering Entity Charge($/month) $0.79
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge: 0.03 cents/kWh
Wholesale market service rate: 0.36 cents/kWh
Ontario electricity support program change: 0.00 cents/kWh
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 0.70 cents/kWh
Additional Electricity (up to 250,000 kWh/year) Time-of-Use Prices: Off-Peak: 6.5 cents/kWh; Mid-Peak: 9.5 cents/kW; On-Peak: 13.2 cetns/kWh;
Debt Retirement Charge: 0.70
Notes:
1. Delivery rates for Urban Energy and are effective January 1, 2017. Additional Delivery Costs apply tfor non urban energy consumers.Please see Hydro One for details. Peak rate effective July 1st.
2. Retail transmission rates shown have not been adjusted for line losses.
3. An adjustment for line losses is included under the Delivery line for low-volume customers who use less than 150,000 kWh of electricity a year.
4. If youve enrolled with a retailer, the $0.25 standard supply service administration charge will be deducted from the Regulatory charges on your bill.
5. Conventional meeters are Weighted average hourly spot market price (WAHSP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustmen.
6. Interval meters are Hourly Ontario energy price (HOEP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
7. The Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP) reduces electricity costs for low-income customers. As part of the Fair Hydro Plan, the OESP charge has been removed from bills, effective May 1, 2017. The Province will fund the OESP through provincial revenues.
Source: www.hydroone.com