Price Plan & Ontario Electricity Rebate Declaration Form

Effective November 1, 2019, the Ontario government introduced the new Ontario Electricity Rebate, under the Ontario Rebate for Electricity Consumers Act, 2016

Residential, seasonal, and small business customers, as well as any customer who is using less than 250,000 kilowatt hours a year are by default billed the Regulated Price Plan Time of Use (RPP TOU) rates and are automatically eligible for the Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER).

Other commercial customers with a demand above 50 kilowatts and annual consumption above 250,000 kilowatt hours may be eligible to receive the Ontario Electricity Rebate if they meet at least one of the eligibility criteria located in Section B.

Effective November 1, 2020, in accordance with section 3.5 of the Ontario Energy Board’s Standard Supply Service Code, RPP TOU consumers now have the option of being charged RPP Tiered pricing.  Consumers that have an interval meter also have the option of being charged the Hourly Ontario Energy Price (HOEP). 

Your account will be adjusted upon receipt of this signed and completed Declaration Form.  Any delay in processing as a result of missing or inaccurate information on the form will NOT result in adjustments to previous billings.  Do not include units that are metered or billed separately from the account referenced.

At any time after submitting the self-declaration form, you may choose to switch between the RPP TOU, RPP Tiered or HOEP pricing.  Requests to change your price plan can be sent by fax/mail/email and should include your account number and your service address.  If the request is submitted by a third party, please include a letter of authorization permitting the third party to act on your behalf.  If you change your price plan, the change will be effective as of the next actual meter reading.

Definitions for OER purposes for Multi-unit complex, Qualifying Unit, Common Elements and Mobile Home Park as well as further instructions can be found here.

Account Details
Section A: Customer Choice Billing Option
Select the box that applies, you should check only one box
Section B: Eligilibty Criteria for the Ontario Electricity Rebate
I wish to receive the Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER) on my electricity account. My account relates to: 
Select the box that applies, you should check only one box
Part 1: Multi-Unit Complexes

Multi-unit complexes that are predominantly residential, such as condominium and apartment buildings, are eligible for the OER. To qualify, each of the three statements below must apply. Please check the box next to each statement to confirm it applies to your account. If your account relates to a retirement residence or a mobile home park, do not complete this Part 1; skip to Part 3 or Part 4 as applicable.

Part 2: Common Elements of Residential Multi-Unit Complexes such as Condominium or Apartment Buildings

Starting July 1, 2022, accounts for any common elements of a multi-unit complex that is predominantly residential are eligible for the OER. To qualify, each of the three statements below must apply. Please check the box next to each statement to confirm it applies to your account.

Part 3: Retirement Residences

Starting July 1, 2022, accounts for a retirement residence will be eligible for the OER. To qualify, each of the four statements below must apply. Please check the box next to each statement to confirm it applies to your account.

Part 4: Mobile Home Parks

Starting July 1, 2022, accounts for a mobile home park will be eligible for the OER. Please check the box below to confirm it applies to your account.

Part 5: General

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• A hotel, motel or motor hotel, resort, lodge, tourist camp, cottage or cabin establishment, inn, campground, tourist home, bed and breakfast vacation establishment or vacation home
• A trailer park that is not a mobile home park
• Living accommodation occupied by a person for penal or correctional purposes
• A hospital
• A premises that is subject to the Ministry of Correctional Services Act or the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017
• Short-term living accommodation provided as emergency shelter
• Living accommodation provided by an educational institution to its students or staff where,

      i. the living accommodation is provided primarily to persons under the age of majority, or all major questions related to the living accommodation are decided after consultation with a council or association representing the residents, and
    ii. the living accommodation is not intended for year-round occupancy by full-time students or staff and members of their households
• A university, college of applied arts and technology or other entity that provides post-secondary education
• A premises that is identified by a NAICS code commencing with the digits 21, 22, 23, 31, 32 or 33 (“NAICS” means the North American Industry Classification System maintained by Statistics Canada; the codes starting with the digits above relate to premises that include mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction, utilities, construction and manufacturing)