Electricity pricing in Ontario

On January 1, 2015, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) merged with the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) to create a new organization that will combine the OPA and IESO mandates.

See more on Electricity Pricing in Ontario at www.ieso.ca.


Ontario is transforming its electricity system to ensure a reliable, modern and sustainable power supply for the people of Ontario now and well into the future. Doing so requires significant, prudently managed investment in Ontario’s electricity system.

Working with Ontario’s energy agencies, local distribution companies and stakeholders, the OPA is playing an important role in this transformation by advising the government on electricity integrated plans, helping Ontarians to conserve energy and contracting for the various sources of supply.

This section provides information on electricity costs and how they are reflected in your electricity bill.

  1. Transforming Ontario’s electricity system
    An overview of how the system is changing and the OPA’s role in this transformation.
      
  2. Understanding electricity system costs
    The cost components of your electricity service.
      
  3. Linking costs to the electricity bill
    Learn about the key components of an electricity bill.
      
  4. OPA generation and conservation resource costs
    A summary of the OPA's generation and conservation resource costs.