The purpose of this report is to: explain time-of-use (TOU) electricity pricing in Ontario, estimate electricity bill savings for residential and commercial (mainly small businesses and farms) ratepayers; and project the cost to the Province from suspending TOU pricing.
This report provides an updated financial analysis of the partial sale of Hydro One. The Province completed its final sale of Hydro One shares in December of 2017 and generated an estimated $9.2 billion in proceeds by selling 53 per cent of Hydro One.
This report reviews how Ontario’s Fair Hydro Plan (FHP) will impact electricity ratepayers and Provincial finances.
This commentary answers two questions: 1) on average how do home energy costs in Ontario compare across regions of the province? and 2) how much do Ontario households at different levels in the income distribution spend on home energy?
In this assessment, the FAO warns that the plan to sell Hydro One will have a negative impact on the province’s finances.