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The OEB has accepted an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance from Orangeville Hydro Limited, an electricity distributor. The Assurance responds to non-compliance with its rate orders related to overcharging customers as a result of a billing system error.

The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) holiday timeout period will be from December 17, 2022, to January 7, 2023. During this period, the OEB will avoid issuing decisions and documents that require immediate action from recipients or plan procedural steps, except in unique circumstances, such as where a delay might restrict implementation of January 1st rates or time-sensitive approvals.

The OEB has issued a letter that sets out a preliminary schedule of cost of service filers for the 2024 to 2027 rate years and establishes important filing and notification deadlines.

The Ontario Energy Board’s (OEB) mid-year Compliance Report (April - September 2022) demonstrates how the OEB, as an independent regulator for the energy sector, is fulfilling its mandate to protect the interests of consumers and deliver public value.

Ontario Energy Board issues decision on Hydro One Network Inc.’s first combined transmission and distribution rates application.

The OEB has accepted an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance from Oshawa PUC Networks Inc., an electricity distributor. The Assurance responds to non-compliance with its rate orders related to overcharging customers as a result of a billing system error.

In response to stakeholder feedback, the OEB has published data files that mimic sections previously found in the Yearbook of Electricity Distributors. These files are in Microsoft Excel format and are intended to supplement the previously published Open Data files by providing users with an alternate means of viewing data submitted to the OEB under the Reporting and Record-keeping Requirements.

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Canada has recognized the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) with two Silver Leaf Awards of Merit, for our execution of innovative and effective communications strategies that have helped enable our modernization journey and evolution toward becoming a top-quartile regulator.

The OEB has posted a report by the Green Button Industry-led Working Group that was established to support electricity and natural gas distributors in relation to the implementation of Green Button towards the November 1, 2023, deadline. The OEB has also issued a letter that responds to the report.

The OEB is making improvements to its Reporting and Record-keeping Requirements for electricity distributors as part of its Reliability and Power Quality Review.

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