What is the Global Adjustment fee? The mysterious cost Ontario hydro customers must pay

 

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Global News, Brian Hill
A product of Ontario’s 2009 Green Energy Act, the Global Adjustment fee is a charge billed to all hydro customers in the province.

For major manufacturers and large businesses, the fee appears separately on electricity bills. But for residential customers and small businesses, the fee is hidden – appearing on your electricity bill as a part of the per kilowatt hour charge.

According to data obtained by Global News from the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), the organization responsible for managing Ontario’s energy system, residential customers and small businesses in Ontario paid an average of 7.9 cents per kilowatt hour in Global Adjustment fees last year.

So for every $100 in usage that appears on your electricity bill, $77 of that is the Global Adjustment fee. Meaning the cost of electricity use is only $23. Read Article

3 thoughts on “What is the Global Adjustment fee? The mysterious cost Ontario hydro customers must pay

  1. Keep it up, Ontario will soon be BROKE like in Greece. Then What??? Our feds are no help are they? Hell they will hold the door open to allow small business and others that can not afford to live in Wynntario to gladly go elsewhere.

  2. And all of this for ‘clean’ renewable energy that is not at all clean. The ideologues behind this continue to forge blindly forward.

    Why is it so difficult for them to see the ‘writing on the wall’?

    I’m grateful to business owners like Mr Ellis for speaking out in no uncertain terms like this!

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