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IMPORTANT NEWS: Regarding Siting Restrictions for Renewable Energy Generation Facilities. Learn more.
Hydro One has a new Time-Stamping Application Process for capacity at Leamington TS and Kingsville TS. Learn more.
 

 

​Hydro One connects generating facilities to the transmission and distribution networks, delivering the electricity they produce to people across Ontario. Learn about transmission-connected generators and our Feed-in Tariff (FIT), microFIT and Net Metering programs below.

Transmission-connected generators connect to our high-voltage system at more than 50 kV (50,000 volts).

Transmission-connected Generators


Generators larger than 10 kW and connected to our distribution system.

Generators greater than 10kW




Micro generators 10 kW or smaller and connected to our distribution system.

Generators 10kW and Smaller





Net Metering

Net Metering

 

Important News Regarding Siting Restrictions for Renewable Energy Generation Facilities

A new regulation was made under the Electricity Act, 1998 and came into force on July 1, 2018 which creates siting requirements for certain types of renewable generation facilities. We recommend that you review O.Reg.274/18 “Siting Restrictions for Renewable Energy Generation Facilities” in detail. The regulation is available at the following link: https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/r18274.
 

Important:
Updated News on Leamington TS and Kingsville TS

Hydro One has added capacity to the List of Station Capacity at our new Leamington TS and our existing Kingsville TS. We will start accepting applications for the available capacity at both Leamington TS and Kingsville TS on November 30, 2018.

Interested applicants can apply for a Distribution Operating Map (DOM) at this time.

Due to the anticipated interest in capacity at these stations, a special time-stamping procedure will be followed to process applications for Leamington TS and Kingsville TS. It is imperative that you follow this process exactly. Any errors in your submission will result in an incomplete application, which will cause your application to be withdrawn and all your documentation returned to you.

Please refer to the posted time-stamping process that has been established for the rules and guidelines.

Other News

On April 30, 2018, Hydro One increased the minimum load and thermal capacity for Brockville TS in the List of Station Capacity. We will start to accept applications for capacity on May 30, 2018. If you have questions, please contact our Distribution Generation group at 1-877-447-4412, Option 2.

 

IMPORTANT NEWS
REGARDING HYDRO ONE'S TIME-STAMPING APPLICATION PROCESS FOR CAPACITY AT LEAMINGTON TS AND KINGSVILLE TS

Revised NOVEMBER 27, 2018

RULES AND GUIDELINES

STEP ONE: REQUEST A DISTRIBUTION OPERATING MAP (DOM)

STEP TWO: COMPLETION OF YOUR FORM B - CONNECTION IMPACT ASSESSMENT (CIA) APPLICATION

STEP THREE: SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETE FORM B ELECTRONICALLY

STEP FOUR: COURIER YOUR COMPLETE APPLICATION WITHIN 2 BUSINESS DAYS

STEP FIVE: WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION OF ACCEPTANCE OR INELIGIBLE NOTIFICATION

Hydro One will review each Complete Application in order of receipt and we expect to notify you of the results within 2 weeks of the submission of your Complete Application. If your application was rejected or deemed ineligible, we will also refund your payment.

QUESTIONS

Should you have questions regarding the process you can contact Denise Hunt, Customer Relations & Contracts Supervisor via email at: denise.hunt@hydroone.com.