Information & Notices

Planned Power Outage Notification:  Monday October 23, 2017. Learn more.

Save on Energy Deal Days are on now until November 5th.  Visit a local retailer for instant discounts on energy savings products! Learn more.

Orillia Power has posted its 2016 Scorecard. See how we performed

Orillia Power Customer Satisfaction Survey – a market research firm will be calling Orillia Power residential and small commercial customers, starting the week of September 25th.  Thank you for participating.  If you have any questions contact us at

For Ontario’s System-Wide Electricity Supply Mix. See 2016 Data

The OEB announced electricity prices will go down effective July 1, 2017. Learn More

The latest Tariff of Rates and Charges for Orillia Power customers effective May 1, 2017. Learn More

May 1, 2017  Time-of-Use Rates. Learn More

New video sheds light on the electricity bill and celebrates utility workers. Click to view video

Ontario is lowering electricity bills by 25 percent on average for all residential customers. Learn more

Hydro One Inc. has applied for approval to purchase Orillia Power Distribution Corporation. Learn more. Have your say.

Community Investment with Hydro One. Learn More

City of Orillia Will be Home to Hydro One Advanced Technology Hub. Learn More

Local Utilities Warn of Electricity Bill Phone Scams. Learn More

Save with Kilowatt Way – a new interactive tool. Learn More

Ontario Energy Board warns consumers of a possible OESP telephone scam. Learn More

Hydro One Wants to Build Technology Hub in Orillia. Learn More

Off-Peak Mid-Peak On-Peak

Current: Off-Peak

Summer Weekdays

May 1 to October 31

Time-of-Use - Summer

Off-Peak: 7:00pm - 6:59am
Mid-Peak: 7:00am - 10:59am & 5:00pm - 6:59pm
On-Peak: 11:00am - 4:59pm

Winter Weekdays

November 1 to April 30

Time-of-Use - Winter

Off-Peak: 7:00pm - 6:59am
Mid-Peak: 11:00am - 4:59pm
On-Peak: 7:00am - 10:59am & 5:00pm - 6:59pm

Weekends & Holidays

Holiday Schedule

Time-of-Use - Weekends & Holidays

Off-Peak: All Day

My Account will provide you with timely feedback on your Time-of-Use (TOU) electricity consumption patterns. Smart meters and TOU rates can help you manage your electricity costs if you choose to shift some of your electrical use to lower cost periods. For example, by running your dishwasher or other appliances during a low-demand time, such as weeknights or weekends, you can reduce your electricity costs because you'll pay the 'off-peak' rate.

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