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Hydro Usage Time Changes
May 1st

When we think of pain, we don’t think of our bills but they really do contribute to so much stress and we all know what stress leads. So why not try to work around some pain by saving money on hydro.

Here are the summer hours for those who are on the time-of-use pricing meter. Try to use the electricity such as laundry, cooking in oven around these times to save money. Remember there is a threshold of 6,000 kWh in the summer 1,000 kWh in the winter before the price goes up again.

Summer Hours From May 1 to October 1

Off-Peak – 7 pm to 7 am            7.5 cents        

Mid-Peak – 7 am to 11 am       11.2 cents

Mid-Peak – 5 pm to 7 pm         11.2 cents

On-Peak – 11 am – 5 pm          13.5 cents

Time-of-Use Pricing Time-of-Use Periods Chart

Time-of-Use (TOU) pricing can help you gain more control over managing electricity costs, by providing you with more information so you can make better decisions.

With TOU you know how much your electricity costs at different times of the day, so you can better manage your electricity use and your monthly bill.

With TOU you can take advantage of low prices during off-peak
periods and monitor your usage during high-peak periods when prices are higher. 

Prices are set seasonally by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), twice a year on May 1st and November 1st. The chart shows current pricing from May 1, 2014 to October 31, 2014.

Prices effective from May 1, 2014 to October 31, 2014

Electricity Prices per kWh: Off-peak 7.5 cents, Mid-peak 11.2 cents, On-peak 13.5 cents

Prices effective from November 1, 2013 to April 30, 2014

Time-of-Use Prices: 7.2 off-peak, 10.9 mid-peak, 12.9 on-peak

Want to track your usage and control your bill even better? Track your TOU usage through My
. Want to find out how to ways to use TOU to help save you energy and money? Find out how to manage your usage better with TOU.

Tiered Pricing

If you’ve noticed two different prices on your bills and slight changes between winter and summer seasons it’s because you’re on a Tiered Pricing Plan (also referred to as Tiered Regulated Price Plan or RPP). Two different prices are set twice a year by the OEB, one price applies up to a certain threshold and a higher price applies if you go over this threshold. 

The chart includes prices effective from May 1, 2014 to October 31, 2014. 


 Season Period Price
 Summer  May – Oct. Up to 600 kWh
8.6 ¢/kWh

More than 600 kWh = 10.1 ¢/kWh

Prices effective from May 1, 2014 to 

October 31, 2014

 Winter  Nov. – Apr. Up to 1,000
kWh = 8.3 ¢/kWh

More than 1,000 kWh = 9.7 ¢/kWh

Prices effective from November 1, 2013 to 

April 30, 2014 

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