COVID-19: Time-of-Use Rates Suspended for 45 Days from March 24th, 2020 – May 9th, 2020

The Government of Ontario is providing temporary 45-day emergency relief to support Ontarians impacted by the global COVID-19 outbreak. As of Tuesday, March 24, 2020, households, farms and small businesses who pay time-of-use electricity rates will be charged off-peak rates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

With this, Oshawa Time of Use (TOU) consumers will not be subject to TOU rates and will be paying the lowest available rate of 10.1¢ per kWh during this period. The example below shows the impact on the cost of portion of the bill.

Rates after May 9, 2020

These are the rates which may be on your bill if you are a residential or commercial customer.

All residential and small business customers in Ontario receive a bill with the same four lines of information: electricity, delivery charges, regulatory charges and debt retirement charge. These charges are explained in a glossary on the back of your bill. To see a copy of the glossary, look here.

Typical Electricity Bill for a Residential Oshawa PUC Networks Inc. Customer Effective November 1, 2019.

Starting May 1, 2006 our service charges are set by the Ontario Energy Board for all distributors in the province.

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Current Rates

All customers are billed using the Residential Rate Schedule.

For the old residential bill rates, please click the button below:


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