Have your say!
There are lots of important things to talk about in electricity. Today, we need a few minutes of your time to talk about your electricity bill.
This consultation is about Ontario Power Generation (OPG) – the largest generator of electricity in Ontario. OPG is fully owned by the Province of Ontario. On average, 20% of your electricity bill goes to pay for the power OPG produces.
Today, OPG wants to understand the general priorities and criteria you would like OPG to use when making investment decisions.
Why is your feedback important?
Government and regulators tell OPG what it must do. However, OPG has some choices in how it does it.
The government creates energy policy for the province, and the Ontario Energy Board sets the price that OPG can charge for the electricity it generates.
The Ontario Energy Board requires that OPG consult with customers like you and explain how your feedback shapes OPG’s business plan.
This consultation is about OPG.There are other consultations that seek your input on different aspects of the system.Click here for more information.
This consultation will get your feedback on general priorities, and then future consultations will look at specific planning considerations. In this workbook, we would like to:
The most important parts of this workbook are the survey questions.
While your view may not always align exactly with the available options, please select the one that is closest to your point of view. Please use the comment boxes to elaborate when necessary. If you are truly unsure, select the “don’t know” option.
You don’t need to be an expert to participate in this consultation.
You are not expected to be an electrical engineer or accountant in order to participate in this consultation.
The goal is to understand your point of view as a customer.
Your privacy will be protected.
OPG has engaged an independent research firm, Innovative Research Group, to document your views. All individual responses will be confidential. Your feedback will be combined with others in any reporting.