Average prices for electricity (¢/kWh)

Consumption: 10,000 kWh/month
Power demand: 40 kW

  • Winnipeg, MB 9.21
  • Montréal, QC 10.02
  • Toronto, ON 11.00
  • Vancouver, BC 11.81
  • St. John’s, NL 12.59
  • Miami, FL 13.21
  • New York, NY 27.98
  • Boston, MA 34.08

Consumption: 100,000 kWh/month
Power demand: 500 kW

  • Winnipeg, MB 10.43
  • Vancouver, BC 12.12
  • Montréal, QC 12.20
  • St. John’s, NL 12.77
  • Miami, FL 15.53
  • Toronto, ON 21.61
  • New York, NY 31.14
  • Boston, MA 33.76

Consumption: 400,000 kWh/month
Power demand: 1,000 kW

  • Winnipeg, MB 7.26
  • Montréal, QC 8.06
  • Vancouver, BC 9.06
  • St. John’s, NL 10.12
  • Miami, FL 10.66
  • Toronto, ON 18.10
  • New York, NY 21.53
  • Boston, MA 25.40

Consumption: 1,170,000 kWh/month
Power demand: 2,500 kW
Voltage: 25 kV

  • Winnipeg, MB 6.13
  • Montréal, QC 6.83
  • Vancouver, BC 8.43
  • St. John’s, NL 9.56
  • Miami, FL 9.77
  • New York, NY 14.36
  • Toronto, ON 17.26
  • Boston, MA 22.62

Rates in effect April 1, 2020.
Average prices excluding taxes.
In Canadian currency.



Detailed report | 2020 Edition

Inflation and trends in energy prices in Québec
All customer groups combined, 1963-2019

  • The gray line represents the growth in the price of Oil
  • The black line represents the growth in the price of Gas
  • The green line represents the growth of Electricity
  • The dotted line represents Consumer Price
    Index (CPI)

This graph illustrates inflation rates and energy prices in Québec from 1963 to 2019. Electricity prices follow the inflation curve while oil and natural gas prices show greater fluctuations. Based on information available to date, the Canadian consumer price index is 843. The price index for electricity is 762, compared to 1,296 for natural gas and 2,189 for oil.

Sources: Hydro-Québec, Bloomberg Oil Buyer's Guide and Statistics Canada (2018 data for oil and 2019 data for gas).