No “high fives” for Industrial Wind Turbines

Parker Gallant Energy Perspectives

Since late June, Ontario has experienced almost two weeks of very hot humid weather resulting in increased electricity demand as air conditioners throughout most of the province became almost a necessity. As a result, IESO’s “Peak Tracker” of high demand hours for the current year as of the morning of July 10th consisted entirely of 10 hours beginning June 29, 2020 with the latest happening at “hour 17” on July 9th. The latter was the highest, so far, in the current year.

Picking the “high five” peak hours plays an important role for Ontario’s largest industrial clients referenced as Class A ratepayers. If they successfully pick the hours and reduce their consumption during that hour they are rewarded with lower rates. Those lower rates have benefited the Class A ratepayers for many years as they avoid paying a portion of the Global Adjustment (GA). The Class B…

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