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The OEB has released an updated variance settlement factor that is to be used by electricity distributors to calculate a one-time credit or charge for consumers who choose to stop purchasing electricity through the Regulated Price Plan. This factor is called the "Final RPP Variance Settlement Factor" and is updated on the OEB website monthly.

The OEB is evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of its regulatory proceedings. As part of this initiative, the OEB is proposing amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure related to motions to review, and has issued an invitation to stakeholders to provide comment on the proposed changes.

The OEB has issued a letter confirming the membership of a working group and the priority workstreams to be undertaken in the near term for the Framework for Energy Innovation: Distributed Resources and Utility Incentives (FEI). The OEB has also issued a Terms of Reference for the FEI Working Group.

The OEB has accepted an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance from Milman Mining Inc. The Assurance responds to non-compliance related to operation in the wholesale market without a licence.

The OEB has posted Price Comparison templates for Electricity Contracts valid from May 1, 2021 to October 31, 2021.

Consumer Alert: Beware misleading offers regarding COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program

The OEB has issued guidance to electricity distributors related to the Global Adjustment “Peak Hiatus” and Eligibility for the Industrial Conservation Initiative (ICI) for the 2021-2022 Adjustment Period.

The OEB has accepted an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance from PUC Distribution Inc., a licensed electricity distributor, following an inspection into the company’s disconnection practices. The inspection found that PUC Distribution Inc. did not comply with certain regulatory requirements for disconnection. This reflects the OEB’s commitment to protecting consumers by ensuring that regulated companies fulfil all of their regulatory requirements prior to disconnecting a customer.

Ontario Energy Board sets new electricity prices for households and small businesses.

The OEB has released an updated variance settlement factor that is to be used by electricity distributors to calculate a one-time credit or charge for consumers who choose to stop purchasing electricity through the Regulated Price Plan. This factor is called the "Final RPP Variance Settlement Factor" and is updated on the OEB website monthly.

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