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The OEB has posted the updated electricity supply mix data information for 2023. As per Ontario Regulation 416/99 made under the OEB Act, and the OEB’s Directive, this information is required to be disclosed to Ontario consumers.

The OEB has issued the final Phase One Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA) Framework for Addressing Electricity System Needs, integrating stakeholder feedback from the draft Phase One BCA Framework. This Framework will advance guidance, methodologies, and tools to assist electricity distributors in identifying the full distribution-level impacts of non-wires solutions.

The OEB has published three new Interactive Dashboards, in addition to the Interactive System Reliability Dashboard initially introduced in 2023. These dashboards provide visually accessible information using Reporting and Record keeping Requirement (RRR) data, showcasing industry insights and the OEB's dedication to fostering innovation and enhancing energy sector performance. They offer stakeholders a comprehensive view of industry trends, distributor performance, customizable data visualization, and a convenient performance comparison tool.

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 has posted Price Comparison templates for Electricity Contracts and Net Metering valid from May 1, 2024 to October 31, 2024.

To better support the efficient integration of EVs in Ontario, the OEB is proposing a new delivery rate for eligible public EV charging stations. The OEB invites stakeholders to a meeting next month to discuss the proposal.

The OEB has posted Price Comparison templates for Natural Gas Contracts for Utilities Kingston valid from May 1 - July 31 2024.

The OEB reminds consumers that the Winter Disconnection Ban ends May 1. There are steps customers can take to avoid disconnection for non-payment and rules that utilities must follow. As well, bill payment support programs were recently enhanced making more Ontarians eligible.

The OEB has posted Price Comparison templates for Natural Gas Contracts for Kitchener Utilities valid from May 1, 2024.

The OEB has issued a letter initiating a review of the connections related sections of the Transmission System Code (TSC). The purpose of this review is to enhance the effectiveness of connection processes, procedures, and requirements. The letter outlines issues identified to date and seeks stakeholders’ input for consideration.

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