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Time-of-Use Rates November 1, 2019 Ontario

Time-of-Use rates

Time-of-Use rates will be increasing for households and small businesses on November 1, 2019

Recently the Ontario Energy Board announced that electricity prices will be increasing on November 1, 2019 for households and small businesses under the Regulated Price Plan (RPP). November 1, 2019 is also the date that winter time-of-use (TOU) rates begin.

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Fixed Energy Rate Plans

Fixed energy

A fixed energy rate plan allows you to avoid the uncertainty of changing energy prices and pay the same fixed rate monthly for your energy usage.

Energy rates can change due to a lot of factors, many of which are unforeseeable and can cause a drastic change in the price of energy. Government policy, trade wars, natural disasters, and many other unanticipated happenings can cause the price of energy to skyrocket. As a homeowner, you would surely want a level of consistency when it comes to your bills. The fact that so many things out of your control affect your monthly spending may give you anxiety. Fixed energy rate plans allow for you to have peace of mind by knowing that your energy rate will remain unchanged by whatever is currently happening in the world.

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How Electricity Rates Are Determined

Electricity rates

To have an understanding of changes in electricity rates it is necessary to understand the factors which affect the production of electricity.

You may have noticed that electricity rates constantly vary. The variations in the price of electricity is due to a multitude of factors. The price of electricity is determined by the cost to construct, maintain, finance, and operate the power plants, electrical grid, and power lines.

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Why Natural Gas Rates Fluctuate

Natural Gas Rates

Natural gas rates can be affected by a multitude of factors which affect the supply and demand for the resource on the market.

Price fluctuations in natural gas prices are due to changes in the supply and demand of the resource. As supply and demand changes, the price changes accordingly to bring natural gas back to its equilibrium price. A price equilibrium is the price at which supply and demand are equal and the market’s needs are met. These changes in supply and demand affect your natural gas rates so it’s best to understand exactly what causes these price fluctuations.

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Understanding Your Electricity Bill

Electricity billThe data and information found on your electricity bill may not be so easy to comprehend, but we’re here to help you decipher this bill so that you know exactly what you’re paying for.

Paying your bills is never an enjoyable experience, especially when you become lost in all the information found on those dreadful pages. Although your electricity bill may look intimidating and complicated at first glance, we can help explain and simplify this information to ease your anxiety. It’s important to understand the information on your bills so that you know exactly what you’re paying for and why you’re paying for it.

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Understanding Ontario Natural Gas Rates

Ontario natural gas rates

Ontario natural gas rates are regulated to give consumers the benefit of a stable and fair price for their natural gas usage.

In Ontario there are three regulated natural gas providers, these being: Union Gas, Enbridge Gas, and Natural Resource Gas. Consumers in Ontario are able to choose whether they would like to have their natural gas provided to them at a competitive rate through a retailer or from their local utility. Though there are only three regulated natural gas providers, there are many competitive retailers to choose from. The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) are who regulate the Ontario natural gas rates. The OEB has developed a code of conduct for gas retailers which provide consumers with a level of protection on the energy market. They also determine the cost associated with transmitting, storing, and delivering the natural gas. The price of natural gas is affected by a variety of factors and it can change based on the time of year, the market, weather patterns, major weather events, etc.

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Reduce your Carbon Footprint with LED Lights

LED lights

Our actions have an impact on the environment whether we like it or not, but doing a good deed for the planet can be as easy as switching to LED lights in your home.

We all know that as human beings, the choices we make have a huge impact on the future of our planet and the future generations that will inhabit it. For this reason, we should all have a level of responsibility for our personal impact on the world. Technological advancements have given us the option to choose environmentally friendly products that reduce our carbon footprint. A small but impactful change that you can make in your home to help the environment is to switch to LED lights.

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Spring Energy Saving Tips

Energy saving tips

There are many ways to use your appliances less and save more money during the spring using simple energy saving tips.

As the weather warms up your home will as well while your appliances work hard to keep you cool. There are many small adjustments you can make to your home and to your daily habits to save on energy and money. An energy audit is a great way to find where the most improvement can be made, but it isn`t always necessary. Some common sense and simple energy saving tips you can find online will often do the trick. Here are some of the easiest ways for you to save money on energy this spring season.

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Signs and Symptoms of Natural Gas Leak

Signs and Symptoms of Natural Gas Leak

A gas leak is one of the most dangerous problems to occur in any home.

Do not try to troubleshoot or fix a gas leak yourself – not only is dangerous, you could also make the problem worse. If you suspect you have a gas leak and no stove burners were left on immediately call your l gas utility.

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