Peak Demand Factor and Capacity Based Recovery Amount for Class A
Each Class A customer's portion of the province-wide total Capacity Based Recovery Amount (Charge Type 1350) is calculated using their Peak Demand Factor.
Annually the IESO establishes the top five demand peaks for the preceding base period, following which each Class A customer's corresponding portion of peak demand is calculated based on their consumption during those five hours (coincident peaks) – this represents their Peak Demand Factor. For an explanation on how to calculate your Peak Demand Factor, see Global Adjustment and Peak Demand Factor.
How Class A customers are charged Capacity Based Recovery Amount
Each Class A customer's Peak Demand Factor is used to calculate monthly Capacity Based Recovery charges for the billing period during the adjustment period. This is done by multiplying the monthly Ontario-wide total Capacity Based Recovery Amount costs by the customer's Peak Demand Factor.
Actual Capacity Based Recovery Amount components
The following values represent the components of the Capacity Based Recovery Amount used by the IESO to calculate the province-wide preliminary total Capacity Based Recovery Amount:
- Capacity Based Demand Response (Program ended October 31, 2018)
- Demand Response Pilot (Pilot ended April 30, 2018)
- Demand Response Capacity Obligation
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System-wide Capacity Based Recovery Amount costs for a month
Your Peak Demand Factor
Your Capacity Based Recovery Amount charge for month