Ontario Clean Energy Benefit – 10% rebate to all Ontario electricity consumers
By: k5 | posted in News & Stories |
Posted on: Jan 27, 2011
Starting January 1, 2011, all eligible electricity consumers in Ontario will receive a 10% rebate to their monthly electricity bill.
The Ontario Clean Energy Benefit (OCEB) rebate took effect on January 1, 2011 and will last for 5 years until December 31, 2015.
The 10% electricity rebate will automatically apply to all eligible residents, commercials, and farms throughout Ontario (general service energy-billed with less than 50 kW demand) .
The rebate will include all eligible electricity consumers currently serving with their local electricity suppliers using two-tiered and Time-of-Use (TOU).
The 10% rebate will also include to all electricity consumers on contract with an alternative electricity suppliers.
The rebate will be on a separate line on your monthly electricity bill and will be applied on the total charges (electricity, delivery, regulatory, debt retirement and taxes) for electricity consumed.
Some local utilities may not be able to apply for this rebate but required to apply no later than May 2011.
Many small Ontario electricity consumers will see the rebate applied as early as this January 2011.
For more information and details on the OCEB rebate, visit the Ministry of Energy’s website or call the Ministry of Energy, toll-free at 1-888-668-4636.
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