When the Unit Sub-Metering code was originally introduced, the Board stated the intention that it should mirror requirements set out in other codes for licensed distributors, where applicable. In 2010, the Board issued a series of amendments to various codes, which introduced new consumer protection requirements for distributors, including provisions related to billing, disconnection and security deposits. These amendments also introduced a number of provisions specifically directed to provide relief to low-income consumers.
The Board proposed amendments that required unit sub-meter providers to introduce the same customer service practices that distributors provide.
|Date||Issue / Document|
|March 15, 2012||
The Board has issued a Notice of Amendment to a Code with final amendments to the Unit Sub-Metering Code to implement provisions relating to increased consumer protection measures.
|February 3, 2012||
The Board has received the following submission on the Notice of Proposal to Amend a Code.
|January 25, 2012||
The Board has received the following submissions on the Notice of Proposal to Amend a Code.
|December 15, 2011||
The Board today issued a Notice of Proposal to Amend a Code with proposed amendments to the Unit Sub-Metering Code to implement provisions relating to increased consumer protection measures. Comments on the proposed amendments are due on January 20, 2012.