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EPP Bill

For your information

For example, it will show important information about your account or our services. You'll also see your power factor and load factor, which help you understand your electricity use profile.

Status of your account on mm dd yyyy

A snapshot of transactions since the last billing date : payments or refunds, amount past due, etc.

Current bill

Monthly installment before taxes and other charges related to electricity service (new file charge, file administration charge, charge for connection or for establishing service, etc.).

Amount due by dd mm yyyy

Amount due and date by which you must pay to avoid administration charges. Be sure to allow sufficient time for electronic, bank or postal processing. Your bill is considered to be paid on the date we receive payment.

Fixed charge

A fixed charge that you pay for the service itself, apart from any consumption. This amount is calculated on a daily basis according to the number of days of consumption in the billing period.

Other information about your electricity consumption

Minimum demand

65% of maximum power demand during a consumption period that falls wholly within the winter period.

Apparent power

Highest power demand (kVA).

90% of apparent power

90% of power (kVA). The result is expressed in kilowatts (kW).

Real power

Power demand (kW).

Billing demand

The power used to calculate the bill is the maximum power demand (90% of kVA or 100% of kW) but is never below the minimum demand. Power demand over 50 kW is billed.

Example: The higher value between your maximum power demand for the period and the minimum billing demand is 56.2 kW. Therefore, billing demand is calculated as follows: 56.2 kW – 50 kW = 6.2 kW.


Your total electricity consumption, in kilowatthours (kWh), for the billing period.

First XX kWh per day

Cost of the first 30 kWh used per day.

Rest of consumption

Cost of the rest of the electricity you have consumed in the billing period.

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