As a Local Distribution Company, Elexicon Energy is regulated by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB), a crown corporation that is responsible for overseeing the Province’s electricity and natural gas sectors and all of its participants.

Elexicon Energy’s rate applications must be approved through a complex hearing process by the OEB. The OEB is also responsible for setting the prices for Regulated Price Plan electricity rates and approves the rates charged for distribution/delivery and transmission.

It is our responsibility to inform you about our regulatory activities with the OEB. This page contains important information on filings, regulatory proceedings and other matters relating to Elexicon and its regulator.

Current Applications

2023 Electricity Distribution Rates (EB-2022-0024)

Elexicon Energy Inc. applied to the Ontario Energy Board to change its electricity distribution rates effective January 1, 2023.

Notice of Application issued by the Ontario Energy Board on August 16, 2022

Elexicon Energy Inc. – 2023 Rate Application

Final Tariff Sheet – Interim Rate Order issued by the Ontario Energy Board on December 21, 2022

Partial Decision and Order issued by the Ontario Energy Board on December 8, 2022

Z-Factor Application (EB-2022-0317)

Elexicon Energy Inc. has applied to the Ontario Energy Board for approval to recover from its customers the costs to restore electricity service following a storm that occurred on May 21, 2022.

Notice of Application issued by the Ontario Energy Board on January 23, 2023

Elexicon Energy Inc. – Application and Evidence


Our Scorecards

Electricity utility scorecards track and show comprehensive performance information for each electricity utility in Ontario, over a range of time and for a specific year.

Utility scorecards show data for 20 specific measures within the following four key areas of performance:

  • Customer focus
  • Operational effectiveness
  • Public policy and responsiveness
  • Financial performance

Click here to view Elexicon Energy Inc.’s 2021 Scorecard results.

Major Event Response Reporting

After a major event such as a large scale power outage, Elexicon Energy must file a report with its regulator – the Ontario Energy Board (“OEB”) – within 60 days of the event. The report contains information about the actions taken by the company before, during and after the event occurred.

Listed below are the Major Event Reports that Elexicon Energy has filed with the OEB: