Time-of-Use (TOU) Pricing
Off-peak, when demand for electricity is lowest. Ontario households use the majority of their electricity – nearly two thirds of it – during off-peak hours.
Mid-peak, when demand for electricity is moderate. These periods are during the daytime, but not the busiest times of day.
On-peak, when demand is highest. The busiest times of day. Generally when people are cooking, firing up their computers and running heaters or air conditioners.
Pricing for Utility for November 1st, 2023 to April1st, 2024
Time-of-Use (TOU) prices per kilowatt hour:
|Off-Peak||$0.087 per kWh|
|Mid-Peak||$0.122 per kWh|
|On-Peak||$0.182 per kWh|
Delivery Rates as of January 1st 2023
|Transmission Charge||$0.0159 per kWh|
|Coopérative Hydro Embrun Fixed Charge||$35.59 per month|
|Low Voltage Service Charge||$0.0043 per kWh|
|Regulatory Charge||$0.0039 per kWh|
Pricing for Utility for November 1,2023 - April 1st, 2024
|Under 1000 kWh||$0.103 per kWh|
|Over 1000 kWh||$0.125 per kWh|
Ultra-low Overnight Pricing - Weekday
|ULO Mid-Peak / 7 a.m - 4 p.m||$0.122 per kWh|
|ULO On Peak / 4 p.m - 9 p.m||$0.286 per kWh|
|ULO Mid-Peak / 9 p.m - 11 p.m||$0.122 per kWh|
|ULO Ultra-Low Overnight / 11 p.m - 7 a.m||$0.028 per kWh|
Ultra-low Pricing Weekend and Statutory Holidays
|ULO Weekend Off-Peak / 7 a.m - 11 p.m||$0.087 per kWh|
|ULO Ultra-low Overnight / 7 a.m - 11 p.m||$0.028 per kWh|
Tariff of Rates and Charges
For a full breakdown of rates for all client classifications, download the Tariff of Rates and Charges document prepared by the OEB.