Alectra Utilities Corporation - OEB Scorecard
In accordance with Ontario Energy Board ("OEB") regulatory policy, Alectra Utilities is providing its 2017 scorecard to customers on our website. This scorecard is accompanied by management discussion and analysis that explains the scorecard results. These measures will give valuable insight into how well Alectra Utilities is performing each year relative to measures determined by the regulatory body, the OEB.
Click on the following link to view the 2017 OEB ScorecardAlectra Utilities' rates and services are regulated by the OEB, an independent provincial government agency. Alectra holds Electricity Distribution Licence No. ED-2016-0360. Below are the most recent applications and submissions made by Alectra Utilities.
Alectra Utilities' 2019 Rate Application
- 2019 Application and Evidence
- Notice of Application - English
- Notice of Application - French
- Attachments 1-13 Horizon Rate Zone
- Attachments 14-21 Brampton Rate Zone
- Attachments 22-34 PowerStream Rate Zone
- Attachments 35-49 Enersource Rate Zone
Mergers, Acquisitions, Amalgamation and Divestitures
- Notice of Application
- Notice from OEB to Customers
- Attachments and Evidence 1 – 7
- Attachments and Evidence 8 – 15
Alectra Utilities' 2018 Rate ApplicationAlectra Utilities Corporation applied to change its electricity distribution rates effective January 1, 2018.
- OEB Decision and Order
- OEB Notice of Application and Hearing (EN)
- OEB Notice of Application and Hearing (FR)
- 2017 OEB Decision and Order
- 2016 OEB Decision and Order
- Notice of Application and Public Hearing (EN)
- Notice of Application and Public Hearing (FR)
As the second largest electricity distributor in Ontario, Alectra Utilities actively participates in various industry consultations, including OEB proceedings, consultations with Electricity Distributors Association, Coalition of Large Distributors, Independent Electricity System Operator and other industry stakeholders.
Electricity Retailing – Disclosure to Consumers, O. Reg. 416/99, requires retailers to disclose to consumers the Ontario system-wide electricity supply mix in the manner established by the Ontario Energy Board. The Board’s Directive for the Disclosure of Information to Consumers by Electricity Retailers under Ontario Regulation 416/99 prescribes the manner and timing requirements for this disclosure.
The Directive applies to all retailers, including distributors that provide standard supply service.Under O. Reg. 416/99 the Ministry of Energy is responsible for providing Ontario’s electricity supply mix data for electricity suppliers. The following label discloses the system-wide electricity supply mix data for 2017. This data must be used by electricity suppliers for the purposes of complying with the disclosure obligations of O. Reg. 416/99 and the Directive. This data should be considered current until further notice.
|Electricity Sources||Ontario’s Electricity Mix*|
|Alternative power sources||9.8%|
|Natural Gas **||4.0%|
|*Includes both transmission and distribution-connected/embedded generation **Includes duel-fuelled facilities that are predominantly natural gas (e.g. Lennox Generating Station) Note: Figures may not add to 100% due to rounding.|