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Ontario Government Directs the IESO to Review Generation Contracts and Large Customer Billing Practices By David Stevens Nov 08, 2019 As indicated in the Ontario government’s 2019 Fall Economic Update, the Ontario Minister of Energy recently issued two Directives to the Independent Electricity System Operator.

Posted in: Ratemaking | Facilities | British Columbia | Practice & Procedure | Energy Policy

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British Columbia Utilities Commission Issues Draft Report Addressing the Regulation of Indigenous Utilities By David Stevens Nov 06, 2019 On November 1, 2019, the British Columbia Utilities Commission issued a Draft Report in its Inquiry Respecting the Regulation of Indigenous Utilities. The Draft Report sets out the commission’s recommendations about the extent to which “Indigenous Utilities” should be regulated in British Columbia.

Posted in: Ontario | Consumer Protection

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Smart Metering Entity Not Permitted to Sell Customer Data to Third Parties at Market Prices By Zoë Thoms Nov 01, 2019 The Ontario Energy Board recently rejected an application by the Independent Electricity System Operator, in its capacity as the provincial Smart Metering Entity, to sell non-personal data about electricity usage to third parties at market prices.

Posted in: Energy Policy | Ontario

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Province Implements Changes to Residential Hydro Bills to Highlight Provincial Subsidies By Zoë Thoms Oct 22, 2019 As of November 1, Ontario electricity providers will be required to list the total amount of the provincial subsidization of electricity charges on residential customer’s bills. The changes will not, however, affect the amounts currently paid by customers. This change is part of the provincial go...