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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-Apr-17 (effective date)
Total Gas Supply Charge 11.398
Delivery, First: 500 9.7226 /m3
Next 1,050 7.782 /m3
Next 4,500 6.4231 /m3
Next 7,000 5.55 /m3
Next 15,250 5.1621 /m3
All over 28,300 5.0646 /m3
Delivery Price Adjustment (all volumes) 0.0000
Monthly Charge 70
Additional Items Cap and Trade Customer Related Charge (if applicable): 3.3181 /m;
Cap and Trade Facility Related Charge: 0.0337 /
Source: www.enbridgegas.com

Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc.

Rate 6-Commercial and Industrial Customers (System 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-16 (effective date)
Total Gas Supply Charge 11.205
Delivery, First: 500 9.5558 /m3
Next 1,050 7.6688 /m3
Next 4,500 6.3474 /m3
Next 7,000 5.4983 /m3
Next 15,250 5.1211 /m3
All over 28,300 5.0263 /m3
Delivery Price Adjustment (all volumes) 0.0000
Monthly Charge 70
Additional Items
Source: www.enbridgegas.com
 

Electricity Providers

Hydro One Networks

Effective Date 01-Jan-17
Business Customers (Less than 50 kW)
As a small business customer typically uses less than 50 kilowatts (kW) on average per month, you are set up with a standard meter capable of reading kilowatt hours (kWh).
Rate Classification 750 General Service - Urban Energy
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) 750 10.3 cents/kWh
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) 750-250,000 12.1 cents/kWh
Delivery Fixed charge $23.97/month
Delivery Volume charge 2.61 cents/kWh
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.64; Transmission connection charge (adju
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.21 cents; Wholesale market service rate
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 0.70* cents/kWh
Additional Time-of-Use Prices (as of May 1, 2015): Off-Peak: 8.7 cents; Mid-Peak: 12.2 cents; On-Peak: 18.1cen
Notes:
1 Weighted average hourly spot market price (WAHSP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
2 Delivery rates are effective January 1, 2016.
3 The Ontario Energy Board had directed electricity distributors, including Hydro One, to collect a Smart Metering Entity Charge of $0.79 per month from all residential and general service energy-billed (< 50 kW) customers and remit it to the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO). The charge recovers the cost of developing and implementing the provincial Meter Data Management Repository (MDM/R) and its information technology to collect and process data from smart meters throughout the province. The charge will be in effect from May 1, 2013 to October 31, 2018.
4 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. Customers paying the spot market price will have this adjustment included under the Electricity line. It is calculated as follows: {adjusted use in kWh x (RPP prices/spot price/retail contract price)} {metered use in kWh x RPP prices/spot price/retail contract price)} = line loss adjustment. Learn more about the line loss adjustment.
5 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.
6 The Ontario electricity support program reduces electricity costs for low-income customers. It is funded through a per kilowatt-hour charge on all electricity bills effective January 1, 2016
7 Communities of Bancroft, Campbellford and Eganville have their own specific rates for the Debt Retirement Charge. They are as follows: Bancroft = 0.66 per kWh; Campbellford = 0.49 per kWh; and Eganville = 0.60 per kWh. The Debt Retirement Charge will be removed from the electricity bills of businesses and other large users for electricity used after March 31, 2018.
Source: www.hydroone.com
Business Customers (More than 50 kW)
As a small business customer typically uses more than 50 kilowatts (kW) on average per month, you are set up with a meter(s) capable of reading both kWh and kW.
Rate Classification over 250,000 kWh/year with a conventional meter (/kWh) General Service -Urban Demand
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) over 250,000 kWh/year with a conventional meter (/kWh) weighted average spot market price or retailer contract
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) over 250,000 kWh/year with an interval meter (/kWh) Hourly Ontario energy price (HOEP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
Delivery Fixed charge $95.39 /month
Delivery Volume charge $0.1214 cents/kW
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (billed demand - $/kW): 2.123; Transmission connection charge (billed de
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.21 cents; Wholesale market service rate
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 0.70 cents/kWh
Additional Time-of-Use Prices (as of May 1, 2015): Off-Peak: 8.7 cents; Mid-Peak: 13.2cents; On-Peak: 18 cents
Notes:
1 Weighted average hourly spot market price (WAHSP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
2 Delivery rates are effective January 1, 2016.
3 The Ontario Energy Board had directed electricity distributors, including Hydro One, to collect a Smart Metering Entity Charge of $0.79 per month from all residential and general service energy-billed (< 50 kW) customers and remit it to the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO). The charge recovers the cost of developing and implementing the provincial Meter Data Management Repository (MDM/R) and its information technology to collect and process data from smart meters throughout the province. The charge will be in effect from May 1, 2013 to October 31, 2018.
4 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. Customers paying the spot market price will have this adjustment included under the Electricity line. It is calculated as follows: {adjusted use in kWh x (RPP prices/spot price/retail contract price)} {metered use in kWh x RPP prices/spot price/retail contract price)} = line loss adjustment. Learn more about the line loss adjustment.
5 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.
6 The Ontario electricity support program reduces electricity costs for low-income customers. It is funded through a per kilowatt-hour charge on all electricity bills effective January 1, 2016
7 Communities of Bancroft, Campbellford and Eganville have their own specific rates for the Debt Retirement Charge. They are as follows: Bancroft = 0.66 per kWh; Campbellford = 0.49 per kWh; and Eganville = 0.60 per kWh. The Debt Retirement Charge will be removed from the electricity bills of businesses and other large users for electricity used after March 31, 2018.
Source: www.hydroone.com

Veridian Connections Inc.

Effective Date 2017-05-01
General Service Less Than 50 kW
This classification applies to a non residential account whose average monthly maximum demand is less than, or is forecast to be less than, 50 kW.
Monthly Service Charge 16.9
Distribution Volumetric Rate $0.0170 /kWh
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers: $/kWh 0.0045;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism Variance Account (LRAMVA) (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kWh 0.0002;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kWh -0.0024;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Capacity Based Recovery Account (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 - Applicable only for Class B Customers: $/kWh 0.0003;
Regulatory Asset Recovery Time of Use: On Peak 0.18$/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 0.0009 $/kWh
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 0.0062 $/kWh
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 0.0043 $/kWh
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;
Ontario Electricity Support Program Charge: 0.0011 $/kW
Source: www.ontarioenergyboard.ca
General Service 50 to 2,999 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 3,000 kW. For new customers without prior billing history, the peak demand will be based on 90% of the installed transformer. Note that for the application of the Retail Transmission Rate Network Service Rate and the Retail Transmission Rate Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate the following sub-classifications apply: General Service 50 to 999 kW non-interval metered General Service 50 to 999 kW interval metered General Service 1,000 to 2,999 kW interval metered.
Monthly Service Charge 107.98
Distribution Volumetric Rate 3.3314 $/kW
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers: $/kWh 0.0045;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism Variance Account (LRAMVA) (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kW 0.0876;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-Wholesale Market Participants: $/kW -1.1976;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018:$/kW 0.2018;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Capacity Based Recovery Account (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 - Applicable only for Class B Customers : $/kW 0.1102;
Regulatory Asset Recovery Market Price
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.3858 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 3.0062 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 2.0348 $/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 Rate Protection Charge $/kWh 0.0021;
Ontario Electricity Support Program Charge (OESP) $/kWh 0.0011
Source: www.ontarioenergyboard.ca
General Service 3,000 to 4,999 kW
This classification applies to a non residential account whose average peak demand used for billing purposes over the past twelve months is equal to or greater than, or forecast to be equal to or greater than, 3,000 kW but less than 5,000 kW. For new customers without prior billing history, the peak demand will be based on 90% of the installed transformer.
Monthly Service Charge 5,674.07
Distribution Volumetric Rate 2.1106 $/kW
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Disposition of Global Adjustment Account (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 Applicable only for Non-RPP Customers: $/kWh 0.0045;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism Variance Account (LRAMVA) (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kW 0.0057;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kW -1.0755 ;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Capacity Based Recovery Account (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018 - Applicable only for Class B Customers: $/kW 0.1274;
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.4346 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 3.3121 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 2.2348 $/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
Large Use
This classification applies to an account whose average monthly maximum demand used for billing purposes is greater than, or is forecast to be greater than, 5,000 kW.
Monthly Service Charge 8,523.61
Distribution Volumetric Rate 2.9724 $/kW
Additional Distribution Charge Rate Rider for Disposition of Lost Revenue Adjustment Mechanism Variance Account (LRAMVA) (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kW 0.1415;
Rate Rider for Disposition of Deferral/Variance Accounts (2017) - effective until April 30, 2018: $/kW -1.4208
Low Voltage Services Charge 0.4157 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Network Service Rate 3.3121 $/kW
Retail Transmission Rate - Line and Transformation Connection Service Rate 2.2348 $/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
 

Water Providers

Availability 163,55 cu.m. Name of Provider Durham region water system
Rated Capacity (cu.m.) Major Source Lake Ontario
Average Daily Demand (cu.m.) 52,996 Plant (if more than one) Ajax Drinking Water System
Peak Demand (cu.m.) 115,690    
Effective Date January 1, 2015    
Flat Water Rate    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Other Water Fees    
Water Connection Fee    
Source: www.durham.ca
 

Sewer Providers

Average daily demand (cu.m.) 6,450 Name of Sewage Provider Durham Region Works Dept
Peak demand (cu.m.) 12,077 Type of Service
Effective Date January 1, 2015    
Flat Rate Charge    
Flat Rate As A % of Total Water Rate    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Sewer Connection Fee    
Other Sewer Fees    
Source: www.durham.ca
 

Landfill Sites

Oshawa Site Landfill Site
    1640 Ritson Rd. N.
Working Hours: Tuesday to Saturday

8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Closed Sundays, Mondays and Holidays



Source: www.durham.ca