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Renfrew 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-Oct-17 (effective date)
Total Gas Supply Charge 9.8473
Delivery, First: 500 9.6172 /m3
Next 1,050 7.6833 /m3
Next 4,500 6.3291 /m3
Next 7,000 5.459 /m3
Next 15,250 5.0725 /m3
All over 28,300 4.9753 /m3
Delivery Price Adjustment (all volumes) 0.0000
Monthly Charge 70
Additional Items Cap and Trade (if applicable) 3.3518 /m3;
Transportation to Enbridge 5.3414 /m3;
Components of Cost Adjustme
Source: www.enbridgegas.com
 

Electricity Providers

Hydro One Networks

Effective Date 01-May-17
Business Customers (Less than 50 kW)
Commercial: 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 $95.39/month
Delivery Volume charge $9.1214/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 $1.50
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 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;
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 you've 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 (More than 50 kW)
Commercial: Electricity (up to 250,000 kWh/year)
Rate Classification 750 General Service - 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 $90.85/month
Delivery Volume charge $16.0664/kW
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (billed demand - cents/kW): 1.6048;
Transmission connection charge (billed demand - cents/kW): 1.0743;
Line loss adjustment factor $1.061
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge: 0.21 cents/kWh
Wholesale market service rate: 0.36 cents/kWh
Ontario electricity support program change: 0.11 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;
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 you've 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

Ottawa River Power Corporation Mississippi Mills, Whitewater Region, Killaloe, and Pembroke

Effective Date 2017-05-01
General Service Less Than 50 kW
This classification refers to the supply of electrical energy to General Service Buildings requiring a connection with a connected load less than 50 kW, and, Town Houses and Condominiums that require centralized bulk metering. General Service buildings are defined as buildings that are used for purposes other than single-family dwellings. A General Service building is supplied at one service voltage per land parcel. Depending upon the location of the building the supply voltage will be one of the following: - 120/240 volts 1 phase 3 wire - 120/208 volts 1 phase 3 wire - 120/208 volts 3 phase 4 wire - 347/600 volts 3 phase 4 wire.
Monthly Service Charge 22.37
Distribution Volumetric Rate 0.0127 $/kWh
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Disposition of Residual Historical Smart Meter Costs - effective until June 30, 2020: $4.47 ;
Rate Rider for Recovery of Stranded Meter Assets - effective until June 30, 2018: $2.50;
Rate Rider for Dispoition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2016) - effective until June 30, 2018: -0.0008 $/kWh ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2016) - effective until June 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-Wholesale Market Participants: -0.0027 $/kWh ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2016) - effective until June 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers : 0.0062 $/kWh;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Group 2 Deferral/Variance Accounts - effective until June 30, 2018: 0.0002$/kWh; Rate Rider for Disposition of Account 1576 - effective until June 30, 2018: -0.0004 $/kWh;
Rate Rider for Recovery of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism (LRAM) costs - effective until June 30, 2018: 0.0003 $/kWh
Regulatory Asset Recovery Time of Use: On Peak 0.18$/kWh; Mid Peak 0.132$/kWh; Off Peak 0.087$/kWh
Smart Meter Rate Rider Rate Rider for Smart Metering Entity Charge - effective until October 31, 2018 0.79 $/kWh
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.0007 $/kWh
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 0.0051 $/kWh
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 0.0038 $/kWh
Wholesale Market Service Rate 0.0032 $/kWh
Standard Supply Service - Administrative Charge (if applicable) 0.25
Additional Regulation and Other Charge (if applicable) Capacity Based Recovery (CBR) Applicable for Class B Customers: $/kWh 0.0004;
Rural or Remote Electricity Rate Protection Charge (RRRP): $/kWh 0.0021;
Source: www.ontarioenergyboard.ca
General Service 50 to 4, 999 kW
This classification refers to the supply of electrical energy to General Service Customers requiring a connection with a connected load equal to or greater than 50 kW . A General Service building is supplied at one service voltage per land parcel. Depending upon the location of the building the supply voltage will be one of the following: - 120/240 volts 1 phase 3 wire - 120/208 volts 3 phase 4 wire - 347/600 volts 3 phase 4 wire Depending upon the location of the building, primary supplies to transformers and customer owned Sub-Stations will be one of the following as determined by the Distributor: - 7,200/12,400 volts 3 phase 4 wire - 44,000 volts 3 phase 3 wire
Monthly Service Charge 84.18
Distribution Volumetric Rate 3.4865 $/kW
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2016) - effective until June 30, 2018: -0.2905 $/kWh ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2016) - effective until June 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-Wholesale Market Participants: -0.9410 $/KWh ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2016) - effective until June 30, 2018) Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers: 2.1615 $/kWh ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Group 2 Deferral/Variance Accounts - effective until June 30, 2018: 0.0587 $/kWh ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Account 1576 - effective until June 30, 2018: -0.1381 $/kWh ;
Rate Rider for Recovery of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism (LRAM) costs - effective until June 30, 2018: 0.1078$/kWh
Regulatory Asset Recovery Market Price
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.2787 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 2.1053 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 1.5245 $/kW
Wholesale Market Service Rate 0.0032 $/kWh
Standard Supply Service - Administrative Charge (if applicable) 0.25
Additional Regulation and Other Charge (if applicable) Rural or Remote Electricity Rate Protection Charge (RRRP) $/kWh 0.0021;
Capacity Based Recovery (CBR) - Applicable for Class B Customers $/kWh 0.0004;
Source: www.ontarioenergyboard.ca

Renfrew Hydro Inc. Renfrew

Effective Date 2017-01-01
General Service Less Than 50 kW
This classification applies to a non residential account taking electricity at 750 volts or less whose average monthly maximum demand is less than, or is forecast to be less than, 50 kW.
Monthly Service Charge 31.25
Distribution Volumetric Rate 0.0153 $/kWh
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Stranded Meter (2017) - effective until December 31, 2020: $0.30 ;
Rate Rider for Smart Meter Disposition (2017) - effective until December 31, 2020: $3.10
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: $/kWh 0.0013
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts - NON_WMP (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: $/kWh -0.0006;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017 Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers: $/kWh 0.0036;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Gr 2 Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: $/kWh 0.0006
Rate Rider for Accounting Changes in CGAAP (2017) - effective until December 31, 2020: $/kWh -0.0024
Rate Rider for Disposition of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism Variance Account (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: $/kWh 0.0007
Regulatory Asset Recovery Time of Use: On Peak 0.18$/kWh; Mid Peak 0.132$/kWh; Off Peak 0.087$/kWh
Smart Meter Rate Rider Rate Rider for Smart Metering Entity Charge - effective until October 31, 2018: $ 0.79
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.0020 $/kWh
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 0.0056 $/kWh
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 0.0032 $/kWh
Wholesale Market Service Rate 0.0036 $/kWh
Standard Supply Service - Administrative Charge (if applicable) 0.25
Additional Regulation and Other Charge (if applicable) Rural or Remote Electricity Rate Protection Charge (RRRP): $/kWh 0.0021;
Ontario Electricity Support Program Charge: 0.0011 $/kW
Source: www.ontarioenergyboard.ca
General Service 50 to 4,999 kW
This classification applies to a non residential account whose average monthly maximum demand used for billing purposes is equal to or greater than, or is forecast to be equal to or greater than, 50 kW but less than 5,000 kW.
Monthly Service Charge 189.27
Distribution Volumetric Rate 2.8636 $/kW
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Stranded Meter (2017) - effective until December 31, 2020: $ 6.03
Rate Rider for Smart Meter Disposition (2017) - effective until December 31, 2020: $ 11.60
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: $/kW 0.4945
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts - NON_WMP (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: -0.2288 $/kW
Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017 Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers: $/kWh 0.0036
Rate Rider for Disposition of Gr 2 Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until December 31, 2017: $/kW 0.2279
Rate Rider for Accounting Changes in CGAAP (2017) - effective until December 31, 2020: $/kW -0.8725
Rate Rider for Disposition of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism Variance Account (2017) - effective until December 31,2017: $/kW 0.2709
Regulatory Asset Recovery Market Price
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.7587 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 2.2653 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 1.2014 $/kW
Wholesale Market Service Rate 0.0036$/kWh
Standard Supply Service - Administrative Charge (if applicable) 0.25
Additional Regulation and Other Charge (if applicable) Rural Rate Protection Charge $/kWh 0.0021;
Ontario Electricity Support Program Charge (OESP) $/kWh 0.0011
Source: www.ontarioenergyboard.ca