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Regulatory2023-12-06T15:14:34+00:00

Regulatory

ERTH Power Corporation’s distribution rates and services are regulated by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), an independent provincial government agency. At any time, ERTH Power may have one or more applications before the OEB, and may also be participating in other OEB-sponsored proceedings. ERTH Power is licensed by the OEB under Electrical Distribution License No. ED-2002-0516.

OEB Scorecard

The Scorecard for Ontario’s Electricity Distributors was introduced in 2013 by the Ontario Energy Board as a tool to measure how well Ontario’s electricity distributors, such as ERTH Power Corporation, are performing each year based on a specific set of measures. The Scorecard has been developed to provide customers insight into how well their utility is performing and will be posted annually. ERTH Power will use the scorecard to continue to improve productivity and focus on improvements that our customers value. For further information on the Scorecard, visit the OEB’s Electricity Distributor Scorecard page.

Active Applications

ERTH Power Corporation currently has its 2024 IRM rate application for May 1, 2024 rates before the Ontario Energy Board for approval.

View ERTH Power’s Notice of Application

View the ERTH Power 2024 IRM Rate Application

Applications Archive

Applications Archive
OEB Case NumberApplication
EB-2022-0029ERTH Power 2023 IRM Rate Application
EB-2017-00382018 Cost of Service Application

Ontario Supply Mix

Ontario Supply Mix 2022
Electricity SourcesOntario's Electricity Mix (%)
Nuclear Energy51.0%
Water Power25.1%
Natural Gas*10.2%
Wind9.9%
Solar PV2.5%
Bioenergy0.4%
Other (Non-Emitting)**0.9%

* Includes Lennox, dual fuel (natural gas/bioenergy) and non-contracted emitting generation consistent with IESO.
** Other represents a variety of non-contracted fuel types that the IESO is unable to categorize due to a lack of information from Local Distribution Companies.

Note:
1. Figures may not add to 100% due to rounding.
2. Figures do not account for the sale and retirement of Clean Energy Credits (CECs).

Visit the Ontario Energy Board’s website to view the OEB’s Supply Mix and Generation.

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