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COVID-19 Update:

NEWMARKET TAY POWER HAS CLOSED ITS FACILITIES TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ALL DEPARTMENTS ARE STILL OPERATING. CUSTOMERS CAN CONTACT US BY PHONE, EMAIL, FAX, TWITTER, OR THROUGH OUR WEBSITE.

Starting November 1, 2020, customers will be able to choose a plan that best suits their household and lifestyle with the option of either TOU electricity rates or tiered pricing, which will provide a set rate for electricity up to a certain level of consumption. More details to follow.

Support for customers during the province-wide shutdown

The province-wide shutdown means that people will be staying home or running their small businesses from home. The Ontario Government has taken steps to hold the price of electricity at 8.5 ¢/kWh for electricity from January 1 until the end of the day on January 28, 2021. Residential, small and farm customers on Time-to-Use and Tiered price plan set under the Ontario Energy Board’s Regulated Price Plan will pay that fixed price. So, no matter what time of day you use your electricity, or how much you use, the fixed price will apply.
The price change will happen automatically. No customer action is required. For more information, visit oeb.ca

CONTINUED SERVICE PLANNING FOR CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Dear Valued Customers, Vendors and Stakeholders,

With the increasing news and concern regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we recognize the importance of continuing to serve you reliably, safely and efficiently. We assure you that we have been closely monitoring news from reputable sources, such as the Government of Ontario and your Local Public Health Unit.

Newmarket-Tay Power is taking extra precautions to keep customers, employees and communities at large safe. We remain committed to transparency during this time and have defined our contingency plan for various types of situations that may arise. While the risk still remains low in Canada, Newmarket-Tay Power is taking the following measures to limit the spread of an outbreak:

• In an effort to minimize the spread of an outbreak, Newmarket-Tay Power will be closing its facilities to the public effective March 16, 2020. Although public access will be restricted, business will continue.

• We have increased communications with our employees on health and safety measures.

• Cleaning protocols, such as routine surface cleaning, have been enhanced at each of our offices.

• On-site and in-person scheduled meetings with third parties have been suspended until further notice. Meetings will be conducted by webinar, conference call or other virtual communication tools we have in place.

For more information, please click here.








2021 IRM Application

The Ontario Energy Board has directed NTPDL to immediately post the Notice, the application and the evidence, and any amendments thereto, in a prominent place on Newmarket-Tay Power’s website and to make the same available for public review in Newmarket-Tay Power’s office. Please find below:



2020-2024 Draft Distribution System Plan

Dear Valued Customers:

Newmarket-Tay Power Distribution Limited (“NTPDL”) is pleased to present its 5-year Distribution System Plan (“DSP”). The DSP describes NTPDL’s forecasted capital planned investments in its electrical distribution infrastructure that are required to service present and future NTPDL customers over the 5-year period 2020 to the end of 2024. The investments are planned to accomplish the key regulatory outcome of providing timely value to you, our customers.

In this DSP, NTPDL is investing over the 5-year period 2020-2024, a total of $36M in distribution assets or an average of $7.3M per year. In terms of bill impact of this $36M capital investment, a residential customer would see about a $1.25 increase on their monthly bill beginning in 2028. It should be noted that our initial condition assessment undertaken by an independent third party recommended an average yearly spend of over $10M per year, but from extensive customer feedback we understand that you our customers continue to be concerned about rising electricity costs, so we believe the DSP we are presenting balances system and customer needs.

The investments we are making are influenced by your input and are designed to align reliability and service quality with your expectations, including cost mitigation.



Try it and then forget it

Try out a pre-authorized payment plan (PAP) with Newmarket-Tay Power Distribution. If for any reason you don’t like the convenience of PAP, tell us and we’ll immediately cancel it for you, no questions asked. What is there to lose (other than the burden of having to remember to pay the hydro bill every month)?


January 12, 2021: Starting January 1, 2021, a portion of renewable energy contract costs will be funded by the Ontario government instead of electricity customers. This will lower electricity bills for large and mid-sized commercial and industrial consumers who do not participate in the Regulated Price Plan (RPP) or receive the Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER) by reducing Global Adjustment (GA) costs. For more information click here.

January 05, 2021: The Ontario Energy Board has provided guidance on the deferred global adjustment (“GA”) recovery for April, May, and June 2020 to all Class A and non- RPP Class B customers. The portion of the deferred GA amount will be in addition to the regular GA charges under O. Reg. 429/04. Class B rates (regular and recovery) will be uniformly applied to the non-RPP Class B consumers in determining their portion of the deferred Class B amount. For more details click here.

December 23, 2020: New fixed electricity price for January 1 – January 28, 2021 For the latest information about fixed electricity pricing, please click here.

December 17, 2020: New electricity prices for January 1 – April 30, 2021 For the latest information about changed to TOU and tiered pricing, please click here.

Nov 1, 2020: The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has announced new electricity rates taking effect on Nov 1, 2020. Click for details...

October 13, 2020: Time-of-Use customers can now choose to pay Tiered prices instead. Click to view...

July 13, 2020: COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) applications are now being accepted. Click to view...

July 10, 2020: Financial assistance programs are available if you have difficulty paying your electricity bills. Click to view...

June 3, 2020: The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) is issuing this letter to provide guidance to electricity distributors regarding the implementation of the May 1, 2020 Emergency Order. Click to view...

March 26, 2020: Newmarket-Tay Power has published a listing of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the TOU rate changes to support Ontarians impacted by the global COVID-19 outbreak. Click to view...

March 19, 2020: Newmarket-Tay Power is committed to customers who may be affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to maintaining the safety of our employees along with business continuity for our vendors, stakeholders and communities we serve. Click to view...