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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


  • Executive Summary
  • 2019-2020
  • 2018-2019
  • 2017-2018


  • Unofficial 2019-2020 Global Adjustment Review


    Class B Global Adjustment Class A Global Adjustment
    2018 Total Consumption is: 12,975,766 kWh Peak Demand Factor is: 0.00008110
    The avg last 12-months Class B rate: $0.103/kWh Last 12-months Total GA is: $12,033,400,000
    -- --
    Approximate 2019 Class B GA Cost would be:
    $1,336,504
    Approximate 2019-2020 Class A GA Cost is:
    $975,891


    Class A vs. B Scenario

    July 2020 - June 2021 Class A Projected Savings Compared to Class B:

    $360,613


    Class A Savings Potential

    Below is a summary of the savings available from implementing various strategies at your facility to reduce the Class A Global Adjustment charge on your electricity bill.


    10% Annual Savings 25% Annual Savings 100% Annual Savings

    for your facility =
    $97,589

    for your facility =
    $243,973

    for your facility =
    $975,891

    are often available through no-cost or low-cost methods, including techniques such as production scheduling, employee training, internal peak reduction action plan, and more.

    are often available through a shared savings program with an equipment owner and operator (typically a battery developer). All 5 peaks are properly targetted and the GA savings are shared between parties (often 25% savings to the building owner, 75% savings to the owner/operator).

    are available if you own your own equipment, typically a generator or battery, that you can deploy during the peak times to save all of the Global Adjustment charge on your bill.





    Class A Performance Graphs

    Utilize the following graph to see how your organization is performing during each of the peak days.




    Note: click the legend labels to turn the specific daily charts ON/OFF.



    2018-2019 Global Adjustment Review


    Class B Global Adjustment Class A Global Adjustment
    2018 Total Consumption is: 12,975,766 kWh Peak Demand Factor was: 0.00009228
    The average Class B rate in 2018 was: $0.092/kWh Last 12-months Total GA is: $11,477,400,000
    -- --
    Approximate 2018 Class B GA Cost is:
    $1,194,299
    Approximate 2019-2020 Class A GA Cost is:
    $1,059,130


    Class A vs. B Scenario

    July 2019 - June 2020 Class A Projected Savings Compared to Class B:

    $135,169


    Class A Savings Potential

    Below is a summary of the savings available from implementing various strategies at your facility to reduce the Class A Global Adjustment charge on your electricity bill.


    10% Annual Savings 25% Annual Savings 100% Annual Savings

    for your facility =
    $105,913

    for your facility =
    $264,782

    for your facility =
    $1,059,130

    are often available through no-cost or low-cost methods, including techniques such as production scheduling, employee training, internal peak reduction action plan, and more.

    are often available through a shared savings program with an equipment owner and operator (typically a battery developer). All 5 peaks are properly targetted and the GA savings are shared between parties (often 25% savings to the building owner, 75% savings to the owner/operator).

    are available if you own your own equipment, typically a generator or battery, that you can deploy during the peak times to save all of the Global Adjustment charge on your bill.





    Class A Performance Graphs

    Utilize the following graph to see how your organization is performing during each of the peak days.




    Note: click the legend labels to turn the specific daily charts ON/OFF.



    2017-2018 Global Adjustment Review


    Class B Global Adjustment Class A Global Adjustment
    2017 Total Consumption is: 13,131,458 kWh Peak Demand Factor was: 0.00008696
    The average Class B rate in 2017 was: $0.101/kWh Last 12-months Total GA is: $11,850,800,000
    -- --
    Approximate 2017 Class B GA Cost is:
    $1,336,613
    Approximate 2018-2019 Class A GA Cost is:
    $1,030,576


    Class A vs. B Scenario

    July 2018 - June 2019 Class A Projected Savings Compared to Class B:

    $306,037


    Class A Savings Potential

    Below is a summary of the savings available from implementing various strategies at your facility to reduce the Class A Global Adjustment charge on your electricity bill.


    10% Annual Savings 25% Annual Savings 100% Annual Savings

    for your facility =
    $103,058

    for your facility =
    $257,644

    for your facility =
    $1,030,576

    are often available through no-cost or low-cost methods, including techniques such as production scheduling, employee training, internal peak reduction action plan, and more.

    are often available through a shared savings program with an equipment owner and operator (typically a battery developer). All 5 peaks are properly targetted and the GA savings are shared between parties (often 25% savings to the building owner, 75% savings to the owner/operator).

    are available if you own your own equipment, typically a generator or battery, that you can deploy during the peak times to save all of the Global Adjustment charge on your bill.





    Class A Performance Graphs

    Utilize the following graph to see how your organization is performing during each of the peak days.




    Note: click the legend labels to turn the specific daily charts ON/OFF.






    UNOFFICIAL 2019-2020 RESULTS


  • Executive Summary
  • 2019-2020
  • 2018-2019
  • 2017-2018


  • 2019 Simulated Class B Global Adjustment


    Visualize 2018 total electricity consumption (kWh), in place of 2019 data, and understand the associated Class B Global Adjustment costs.




    2018 Total Consumption was: 12,975,766 kWh

    The average Class B rate over the last 12-months: $0.103/kWh


    Approximate 2019 Class B GA Cost would be: $1,336,504



    2019-2020 Class A Peak Demand Factor


    The Class A Peak Demand Factor (PDF) is calculated as your percentage contribution to the top 5 provincial peaks during the May - April peak setting period. The PDF equation is shown below:


    PDF = [Sum of Your Demand (kW)] / [Sum of Ontario's Demand (MW) x 1,000]


    The Class A performance results for your organization and coresponding Ontario demand are shown below, which are used to calculate PDF.



    Date Ontario Demand (MW) Your Demand (kW)
    July 5, 2019 | HE 17:00 21,275 1,542
    July 20, 2019 | HE 17:00 21,147 1,871
    July 29, 2019 | HE 17:00 21,068 1,576
    July 19, 2019 | HE 12:00 21,006 1,720
    July 4, 2019 | HE 18:00 20,956 1,843
    105,452 8,552


    Unofficial 2019-2020 Peak Demand Factor is: 0.00008110



    2019-2020 Class A Cost Comparison


    Finally, Class A costs are forecasted using the previous 12-months of the total province wide GA amounts and your specific PDF. The cost equation to forecast Class A GA is:


    Class A Cost = [PDF x Last 12-months Total GA]


    Last 12-Months Total GA: $12,033,400,000


    Unofficial 2019-2020 Class A GA Cost is: $975,891




    2019-2020 Class A Projected Savings Compared to Class B:
    $360,613


    2019-2020 Class A Peak Day Performance Charts


    Visualize below how your organization performed during each peak day to see if you are in fact reducing peak consumption when required, or to determine if your organization needs to build a peak energy reduction plan to improve performance.


    When analyzing the charts, look for the following items to assist with understanding your peak performance:


    1. Use the chart title to see when the peak ocurred, and identify exactly where your organization peaked.
    2. Now look at your consumption pattern BEFORE the peak ocurred, and answer the following questions:




    Your facility peaked at 1,542 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $154,200







    Your facility peaked at 1,871 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $187,100







    Your facility peaked at 1,576 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $157,600







    Your facility peaked at 1,720 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $172,000







    Your facility peaked at 1,843 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $184,300






    2018-2019 RESULTS


  • Executive Summary
  • 2019-2020
  • 2018-2019
  • 2017-2018


  • 2018 Class B Global Adjustment


    Visualize 2018 total electricity consumption (kWh) and understand the associated Class B Global Adjustment costs.




    2018 Total Consumption is: 12,975,766 kWh

    The average Class B rate in 2018 was: $0.092/kWh


    2018 Class B GA Cost is: $1,194,299



    2018 Hourly Data Insights


    Demand Frequency

    The following shows the total number of times your facility's demand is in certain bin sizes over the year. This can be valuable information to understand the most common energy consumption in your facility and provides insight into potential small or large fluctuations in your energy consumption profile.

    Note: There are 8,760 hrs per typical year (except for leap years, which have an extra 24 hrs).





    2018-2019 Class A Peak Demand Factor


    The Class A Peak Demand Factor (PDF) is calculated as your percentage contribution to the top 5 provincial peaks during the May - April peak setting period. The PDF equation is shown below:


    PDF = [Sum of Your Demand (kW)] / [Sum of Ontario's Demand (MW) x 1,000]


    The Class A performance results for your organization and coresponding Ontario demand are shown below, which are used to calculate PDF.



    Date Ontario Demand (MW) Your Demand (kW)
    July 4, 2018 | HE 18:00 22,123 2,017
    July 5, 2018 | HE 15:00 22,415 2,156
    August 28, 2018 | HE 17:00 21,644 2,042
    September 4, 2018 | HE 17:00 21,378 1,954
    September 5, 2018 | HE 17:00 22,551 1,992
    110,111 10,161


    2018-2019 Peak Demand Factor is: 0.00009228



    2018-2019 Class A Cost Comparison


    Finally, Class A costs are forecasted using the previous 12-months of the total province wide GA amounts and your specific PDF. The cost equation to forecast Class A GA is:


    Class A Cost = [PDF x Last 12-months Total GA]


    Last 12-Months Total GA: $11,477,400,000


    Unofficial 2019-2020 Class A GA Cost is: $1,059,130




    2019-2020 Class A Projected Savings Compared to Class B:
    $135,169


    2018-2019 Class A Peak Day Performance Charts


    Visualize below how your organization performed during each peak day to see if you are in fact reducing peak consumption when required, or to determine if your organization needs to build a peak energy reduction plan to improve performance.


    When analyzing the charts, look for the following items to assist with understanding your peak performance:


    1. Use the chart title to see when the peak ocurred, and identify exactly where your organization peaked.
    2. Now look at your consumption pattern BEFORE the peak ocurred, and answer the following questions:




    Your facility peaked at 2,017 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $201,700







    Your facility peaked at 2,156 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $215,600







    Your facility peaked at 2,042 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $204,200







    Your facility peaked at 1,954 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $195,400







    Your facility peaked at 1,992 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $199,200






    2017-2018 RESULTS


  • Executive Summary
  • 2019-2020
  • 2018-2019
  • 2017-2018


  • 2017 Class B Global Adjustment


    Visualize 2017 total electricity consumption (kWh) and understand the associated Class B Global Adjustment costs.




    2017 Total Consumption is: 13,131,458 kWh

    The average Class B rate in 2017 was: $0.101/kWh


    2017 Class B GA Cost is: $1,336,613



    2017 Hourly Data Insights


    Demand Frequency

    The following shows the total number of times your facility's demand is in certain bin sizes over the year. This can be valuable information to understand the most common energy consumption in your facility and provides insight into potential small or large fluctuations in your energy consumption profile.

    Note: There are 8,760 hrs per typical year (except for leap years, which have an extra 24 hrs).





    2017-2018 Class A Peak Demand Factor


    The Class A Peak Demand Factor (PDF) is calculated as your percentage contribution to the top 5 provincial peaks during the May - April peak setting period. The PDF equation is shown below:


    PDF = [Sum of Your Demand (kW)] / [Sum of Ontario's Demand (MW) x 1,000]


    The Class A performance results for your organization and coresponding Ontario demand are shown below, which are used to calculate PDF.



    Date Ontario Demand (MW) Your Demand (kW)
    June 12, 2017 | HE 17:00 21,999 1,935
    July 19, 2017 | HE 18:00 20,984 2,143
    September 25, 2017 | HE 17:00 21,812 1,929
    September 26, 2017 | HE 17:00 21,665 1,916
    January 5, 2018 | HE 18:00 20,885 1,412
    107,345 9,335


    2017-2018 Peak Demand Factor is: 0.00008696



    2017-2018 Class A Cost Comparison


    Finally, Class A costs are forecasted using the previous 12-months of the total province wide GA amounts and your specific PDF. The cost equation to forecast Class A GA is:


    Class A Cost = [PDF x Last 12-months Total GA]


    2017 Total GA: $11,850,800,000


    2018-2019 Class A GA Cost is: $1,030,576




    2018-2019 Class A Projected Savings Compared to Class B:
    $306,037


    2017-2018 Class A Peak Day Performance Charts


    Visualize below how your organization performed during each peak day to see if you are in fact reducing peak consumption when required, or to determine if your organization needs to build a peak energy reduction plan to improve performance.


    When analyzing the charts, look for the following items to assist with understanding your peak performance:


    1. Use the chart title to see when the peak ocurred, and identify exactly where your organization peaked.
    2. Now look at your consumption pattern BEFORE the peak ocurred, and answer the following questions:




    Your facility peaked at 1,935 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $193,500







    Your facility peaked at 2,143 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $214,300







    Your facility peaked at 1,929 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $192,900







    Your facility peaked at 1,916 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $191,600







    Your facility peaked at 1,412 kW during the peak day hour.


    Applying the typical $100/kWh Class A rate gives a cost estimate for the peak day of:


    $141,200





  • Executive Summary
  • 2019-2020
  • 2018-2019
  • 2017-2018