Current Rates - Residential & Small Business

Time-Of-Use (TOU) Customer Choice

Electricity prices shown here are in effect November 1st, 2023 to April 30th, 2024. These are the prices that appear on the Electricity line of your bill and are only for the electricity you use. They do not include other charges like delivery.

TOU Comparison

If you have a contract with an electricity retailer, you pay the price agreed upon in the contract, not the price set by the OEB.

Off-Peak Holiday Pricing Schedule

  • New Year's Day
  • Family Day
  • Good Friday
  • Victoria Day
  • Canada Day
  • Civic Holiday
  • Labour Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
  • Boxing Day

Kilowatt Way

Kilowatt Way is an interactive online tool that shows you where and when your home uses electricity, and ways to be more efficient:

OEB Calculator

You can compare Utility Rates by clicking on the following link and using the OEB Bill Calculator:

Please be aware that the OEB Bill Calculator does not take into account the Power Agreement Rebate Credit.

Electricity Rates Effective November 1st, 2023

Winter Time-of-Use Schedule in Effect

Electricity Charge The cost of electricity supplied to you during the billing period.
Off-Peak 8.7 ¢
MID-Peak 12.2 ¢
ON-Peak 18.2 ¢

OR choose Tiered pricing

Must complete election form

10.3 ¢ first 1,000 kWh

12.5 ¢ additional kWh

OR choose New Ultra-Low Overnight pricing

Must complete election form

28.6 ¢ ULO ON-Peak

12.2 ¢ ULO MID-Peak

8.7 ¢ ULO Weekend OFF-Peak

2.8 ¢ ULO Ultra-Low Overnight

Paid to IESO Please note: If you are currently enrolled with an electricity retailer, the contract price applies here as well as an additional line for Global Adjustment charge, which varies monthly. Visit IESO for more information on the Global Adjustment at
Delivery Charges The cost to deliver electricity from generating stations to the Fort Frances Power Corporation, then to your home or business.

Monthly Service Charge

Distribution Charge

Paid to FFPC

$37.13 per month

Network Transmission Charges

Connection Transmission Charges

Paid to Hydro One



Charge is the same if enrolled with electricity retailer

Adjustment Factor Delivery charge also includes costs relating to electricity used by equipment, such as wire and transformers, before it gets to your home or business. The adjustment factor is 4.7% of kWh.
Regulatory Charges The cost of administering the wholesale electricity system, maintaining the reliability of the provincial grid and conservation programs.

Standard Supply Service Charge

Paid to FFPC

$0.25 per month

N/A if enrolled with Retailer

Market Service Charge

Paid to IESO

Fort Frances Power Agreement A monthly credit to FFPC customers for benefits realized under the historical mill agreement.

Power Agreement Credit

Paid to FFPC customers


Not eligible if enrolled with Retailer