Commercial Electricity Rates

For Customers in TOU Price Plan:

Friday 11:41PM

Currently Off-Peak

7 PM - 7 AM
7 AM - 11 AM • 5 PM - 7 PM
11 AM - 5 PM


Residential and small business customers can choose between a Time-of-Use (TOU), Ultra Low Overnight (ULO), or Tiered pricing structure.

There are three options:  Time-of-Use (TOU), Ultra Low Overnight (ULO), and Tiered.

With TOU and ULO pricing, you can help manage your electricity costs by shifting your usage to lower off-peak periods when possible. The price you pay for electricity depends on when you use it. Under Tiered pricing, you can use a certain amount of electricity each month at a lower price, and one that limit is exceeded, a higher price applies.

For more information on Time-of-Use, Ultra Low Overnight, and Tiered pricing, and tools to help you decide which price structure is right for you, please visit.

Forms to select/change your pricing preference are available here:    or Download PDF


Tiered Price

A small number of customers are on the pricing system, known as Tiered Pricing. The charges for these customers, effective May 1, 2024 - October 31, 2024 are:

Up to 750 kWh/per month$/kWh


Consumption beyond 750 kWh/per month$/kWh



General Service customers with consumption in excess of 250,000 kWh are subject to hourly electricity pricing. Customers with an interval meter pays the hourly spot price; customers who do not have an interval meter pay the weighted wholesale price. In addition, a customer on hourly electricity pricing has a separate line item on their bill called global adjustment. For more information on electricity pricing, please refer to the IESO website at


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