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The OEB has posted the Market Surveillance Panel’s report on its investigation into the electricity trade agreement between the Ontario IESO and Hydro-Québec.

The OEB is reviewing the LEAP EFA and is encouraging consumers to have their say. The program provides a one-time financial grant to eligible lower-income customers who face disconnection because they’ve fallen behind on their bills.

The OEB has issued a letter with the adopted Cyber Security Readiness Report & Amendments to the Electricity Reporting and Record Keeping Requirements.

The OEB has issued its final report on Energy Retailer Service Charges.

The OEB has issued its Report of the Ontario Energy Board: Mid-Term Review of the Demand Side Management (DSM) Framework for Natural Gas Distributors (2015-2020).

The OEB has issued the Input Price Index of 1.5% to be used as the inflation adjustment for rates adjusted through the Price Cap IR and Annual Index plans for electricity distribution rates effective in 2019.

The Advisory Committee on Innovation submitted its report to the Chair of the OEB, providing recommendations on advancing its regulatory work to meet the demands of the evolving energy sector. As a next step, the OEB invites stakeholders to a session on January 16, 2019 to discuss the contents of the report and provide feedback.

The OEB has issued a letter which sets out the Cost of Capital Parameter Updates for Cost of Service Applications with Rates effective in 2019.

Consumer Alert: Consumers warned against apparent energy rebate scam

The OEB is reminding households and small businesses that the winter time-of-use (TOU) hours for the Regulated Price Plan (RPP) begin on November 1. The RPP prices themselves are not changing.

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