The power outage of July 13th, 2021 at 11:18pm was caused by a pole top fire on the Hydro One transmission line which was replaced.

Time-of-Use (TOU) Pricing

Off-Peak

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

Mid-peak, when demand for electricity is moderate. These periods are during the daytime, but not the busiest times of day.

On-Peak

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.
7 am 11 am 5 pm 7 pm

Weekdays

May 1 — Oct 31
Between May 1st, 2021 and October 31st, 2021 the time-of-use pricing is as follows: Off-peak between 12:00 AM and 7:00 AM, Mid-peak between 7:00 AM and 11:00 AM, On-peak between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Mid-peak between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM, Off-peak between 7:00 PM and 12:AM

Weekends and Holidays

During weekends and holidays, off-peak rates are in effects for 24 hours a day.

Pricing for Utility for May 1st – October 31st, 2021

Time-of-Use (TOU) prices per kilowatt hour:

Off-Peak $0.082 per kWh
Mid-Peak $0.113 per kWh
On-Peak $0.17 per kWh

Delivery Charges

Transmission Charge $0.0132 per kWh
Coopérative Hydro Embrun Fixed Charge $37.44 per month
Low Voltage Service Charge $0.0033 per kWh
Regulatory Charge $0.0039 per kWh

Tiered Pricing

Below 600 kWh $0.98 per kWh
Above 600 kWh $0.115 per kWh

Pricing for Utility for May 1st – October 31st, 2021

Tiered Pricing

Under 600 kWh $0.98 per kWh
Over 600 kWh $0.115 per kWh