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statistical 
earbook 

1978 



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HYDRO 

1978 



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ISSN 0382-2834 



QNlfiRia ENERGY BOARD 



Ontario Hydro 

Statistical Yearbook 

Supplement to the 

Seventy-first 

Annual Report 

for the year 

1978 



700 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FOREWARD 1 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO 

THE MINISTER OF ENERGY 1 

THE CORPORATION 8 

OPERATIONS 10 

PROVIDING POWER AND ENERGY 10 

FUEL SUPPLY 12 

ENERGY CONSERVATION 14 

CUSTOMER RELATIONS 15 

ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 16 

PLANNING 16 

CONSTRUCTION DURING 1978 17 

RESEARCH 21 

SUPPLY 22 

STAFF 22 

FINANCE 24 

FINANCIAL REVIEW 24 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 28 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 31 

APPENDIX 1 - OPERATIONS 42 

ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 43 

DEPENDABLE CAPACITY AND PRIMARY DEMAND 43 

ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES 44 

ANALYSIS OF ENERGY SALES 46 

TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 48 

NUMBER OF ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 48 



APPENDIX II - FINANCE 49 

SCHEDULE OF FIXED ASSETS 50 

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 52 

DETAIL OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE 53 

SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF AMOUNTS 

CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER-ALL CUSTOMERS 56 

STATEMENT OF AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR PRIMARY 

POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 58 

EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 

THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT 76 

APPENDIX III - POWER DISTRICT 84 

MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 87 

ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 89 

SUPPLEMENT-MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 91 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 94 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL 

ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 96 

ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 153 

INDEX 174 



STATISTICAL YEARBOOK 

Supplement to the Seventy-first Annual Report 

of 

Ontario Hydro 

FOREWORD 

Report of the Board of Directors to the Minister of Energy 

The year 1978 was a milestone in the history of electric power produc- 
tion in Ontario. For the first time, nuclear-electric generators surpassed 
coal-fired units as a source of electricity for the people of the province 
— contributing approximately 30 per cent of the total compared with 
28 per cent for coal. 

While all but 20 per cent of Ontario's total energy needs were imported 
last year, a little more than 68 per cent of the province's electricity 
came from its own resources — water power and uranium. 

Primary energy demand in 1978 was up by 2.7 per cent compared with 
the increase of 2.2 per cent in the previous year. Export sales of inter- 
ruptible power, mainly to utilities in New York and Michigan, were up 
by a substantial 39 per cent — partially due to interruptions of coal 
deliveries — and yielded a net benefit of almost $120 million to Ontario 
power users. 

The continuing prospect of slack economic conditions indicated that 
the new annual forecast of growth in customer demand, scheduled to 
be received by the Board in February, 1979, would again be below the 
projection made in February, 1978. In December, the Board instructed 
management to place a hold on all new commitments for generating 
facilities until the generation expansion program had been fully re- 
viewed. In addition, it directed that cash expenditures on projects at 



2 Foreward 

Wesleyville, Atikokan, Bruce and Darlington be minimized until further 
decisions were made. 

Furthermore, it was decided to stop construction and store equipment 
on the second half of the third heavy water plant at Bruce, and review 
the status of the first half again in the spring. Earlier, the Board had 
supported the position of the Ontario Minister of Energy in urging an 
integrated federal-provincial program for the production and marketing 
of heavy water. 

Although this report deals with the year 1978, some significant decisions 
made in the first four months of 1979 should be recorded here. At its 
meeting in February, 1979, the Board reviewed and accepted the new 
forecast, which, as expected, was significantly lower than that of 
February, 1978, as the planning document for the corporation's gener- 
ation and transmission program. The forecast showed concrete evidence 
of the successful efforts of Hydro customers to conserve energy. The 
new forecast predicted an average growth of 4.7 per cent a year in cust- 
omer demand to 1990, and 4.2 per cent from 1990 to the year 2000. 
In 1978, the forecast growth rate had been 5.5 per cent to 1987, grad- 
ually reducing to 4.5 per cent by the turn of the century. This down- 
ward trend indicated a reserve position in the years ahead that could be 
from 15 to 25 per cent higher than is considered appropriate for the 
Ontario power system. 

So, in February, 1979, as the first step in attempting to balance the 
effects of weakening electrical demands with the committed expansion 
program, the Board decided that the construction of the remaining two 
oil-fired generating units at Wesleyville should be stopped and the 
equipment stored until needed, probably about 1990. This decision was 
based in part on information that had been presented to the Board in 
1978 when alternatives were examined to reduce the then existing 
program. 

With the prospective reserve position in mind and after a careful review 
of the generation program in April, 1979, the Board decided to con- 
tinue construction of the Atikokan, Bruce B, and Darlington generation 
stations but on an extended schedule. The operational dates for the 
individual units at the three stations will be stretched out so as grad- 
ually to bring capacity into line with projected demand. The Board con- 
cluded that the extended schedule was the best way to achieve its 
objective and would cause as little disruption to industry and employ- 
ment as possible under the circumstances. 



Report of Board of Directors 3 

Compared with generation, the problem with respect to transmission 
lines js quite different. The Board is concerned about the costs - both 
in terms of economics and reliability of service - of the continuing 
delays being experienced in meeting service dates for new lines. One 
of the most urgently required lines is to move power from the now 
completed Bruce nuclear station into the provincial power grid. Legal 
action by local opposition groups again delayed construction of the 
last 28-mile section still to be completed. The cost penalty of this 
locked-in power is estimated at $1 million to $3 million a month. This 
line is now almost three years behind schedule. 

The past months have seen a number of significant events. The federal 
and Ontario governments reached agreement committing both govern- 
ments and their agencies, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and 
Ontario Hydro, to develop and demonstrate the safe disposal of ir- 
radiated uranium fuel from nuclear power stations. The Select Com- 
mittee of the Legislature on Hydro Affairs completed its review of 
the costs of the Bruce heavy water plants being built for Hydro by 
Lummus Canada Limited and found no evidence of mismanagement. 
Although it suggested that remedial action should have been taken 
sooner, it concluded that Hydro had demonstrated its capability to 
manage projects of this magnitude. 

In September, after public hearings on Hydro's 1979 rate proposal, the 
Ontario Energy Board informed the Minister of Energy that it accepted 
Hydro's forecast of revenue and its rate proposal. In September, after 
reviewing the OEB's report, the Hydro Board announced it would 
implement its rate proposals for the wholesale cost of power by an in- 
crease of 9.8 per cent to the municipal utilities and 10.1 per cent to 
approximately 100 large industrial customers, effective January 1, 
1979. Revenue in 1978 exceeded the amount allowed within the spirit 
and intent of the Anti-Inflation program guidelines by $130 million. 
This money, with interest, is being applied to reduce customers' bills 
in 1979. 

Total "excess revenue" rebated to customers in 1978 and 1979 will 
amount to $252 million. The effect of these refunds has been to limit 
the average net increase in wholesale power rates over the two years 
1978-79 to 5.9 per cent a year. Without the benefit of these rebates, 
the increases would have averaged 9.6 per cent. 

Also in September, Dr. Arthur Porter and his colleagues on the Royal 
Commission on Electric Power Planning issued their interim report 



Foreward 



on nuclear energy entitled 'A Race Against Time'. The report recog- 
nized the need and safety of the CANDU nuclear system and also 
identified the uncertainties inherent in making forecasts of electric 
power consumption. It also said that growth scenarios of electric energy 
to the year 2000 of between two per cent and six per cent were cred- 
ible, and offered four per cent as an interim conclusion. 

One of the most significant public hearings in terms of its long run im- 
plications is the review by the Ontario Energy Board of Hydro's Costing 
and Pricing Study. It is expected to report its findings in 1979. The 
objective of the study and its review by the OEB is to find the most 
equitable method of pricing electricity in Ontario. 

Within Hydro, three ad hoc advisory committees to the Chairman, com- 
posed of members of the Hydro Board, examined three key areas of 
concern during 1978: organization, public accountability, and govern- 
ment relations. 

As a result of the recommendations of the Committee on Organization, 
the Board of Directors in October approved a fundamental realignment 



STATISTICAL 



1968 



Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kW 10,338 

Primary peak demand, December thousand kW 9,994 

Annual energy generated and received (1) million kWh 56,976 

Primary million kWh 55,789 

Secondary (1) million kWh 1,187 

Annual energy sold by Ontario Hydro (2) million kWh 52,386 

Primary revenue of Ontario Hydro million $ 415 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 3,669 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 329 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 3,749 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 2,618 

Transmission line (circuit length) kilometres 32,039 

Primary retail distribution line (circuit length) kilometres 81,326 

Average number of employees in year 19,550 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 354 

Ultimate customers served by Ontario Hydro and municipal utilities thousands 2,292 

(1) Excludes circulating. 

(2) Excludes non-sale transactions, circulating and heavy water and construction projects. 



Report of Board of Directors 5 

of responsibilities at the senior level of the organization, details of 
which appear elsewhere in this report. The objective is to achieve more 
integrated strategic planning, improve monitoring and control cap- 
ability at the corporate level, obtain a more definitive assignment of 
operational and corporate responsibilities, and place greater emphasis 
on accountability. In January, 1979, this committee was made a stand- 
ing committee of the Board. Its name was changed to Management 
Resources and Mr. Dean Muncaster was elected Chairman. 

The ad hoc committee on public accountability, chaired by Mr. Philip 
Lind, was also established as a standing committee, under the title 
Social Responsibility. The new Vice-Chairman of the Board, Mr. Hugh 
Macaulay, became its Chairman. Its function is to advise the Board and 
make recommendations with respect to Hydro's objectives, policies, 
and programs as they relate to its social responsibilities as a large public 
corporation serving the citizens of Ontario. 

These two new committees bring to four the Board's standing com- 
mittees, the others being Audit and Finance. Their establishment re- 
flects a continuing effort on the part of the Hydro Board to discharge 
its responsibilities to its public as effectively as possible. 

SUMMARY 1968-1978 



1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


11,242 


12,670 


13,941 


14,422 


17,501 


15,759 


18,667 


19,677 


21,347 


22,845 


10,555 


11,289 


11,534 


12,739 


13,606 


13,538 


14,513 


15,896 


15,677 


15,722 


61,132 


67,019 


70,834 


78,205 


84,046 


89,079 


86,636 


95,568 


102,144 


106,733 


59,426 


64,289 


68,134 


73,497 


78,163 


82,696 


84,222 


90,853 


92,855 


95,373 


1,706 


2,730 


2,700 


4,708 


5,883 


6,383 


2,414 


4,715 


9,289 


11,360 


56,409 


61,793 


65,578 


72,485 


78,237 


82,919 


79,651 


88,299 


95,083 


99,379 


469 


534 


607 


665 


794 


896 


1,027 


1,320 


1,759 


1,979 


4,098 


4,588 


5,062 


5,604 


6,581 


7,447 


8,863 


10,161 


11,561 


13,200 


447 


511 


507 


562 


997 


890 


1,442 


1,326 


1,425 


1,694 


4,129 


4,613 


5,064 


5,525 


6,343 


7,080 


8,593 


9,924 


11,386 


13,162 


2,906 


3,276 


3,635 


4,013 


4,701 


5,278 


6,672 


7,907 


8,954 


10,424 


32,246 


34,130 


35,268 


35,929 


36,886 


37,469 


38,207 


38,964 


39,724 


40,103 


82,592 


83,327 


84,888 


85,813 


87,091 


88,095 


89,426 


90,365 


91,204 


90,559 


21,686 


22,584 


23,264 


22,582 


22,962 


23,612 


25,361 


24,123 


25,118 


27,850 


354 


353 


353 


353 


353 


353 


353 


353 


352 


334 


2,344 


2,389 


2,434 


2,480 


2,537 


2,593 


2,647 


2,710 


2,775 


2,833 



Foreword 



The third ad hoc committee, which reviewed relations between the 
Provincial Government and Hydro, was not established as a standing 
committee because discussions between Hydro and Government to 
develop a memorandum of understanding between the two have now 
been underway for some months and are expected to be finalized short- 
ly. The committee will then be disbanded. Such a memorandum would 
satisfy a recommendation of the report of Task Force Hydro that a 
contract be agreed to by Government and Hydro setting out their res- 
pective responsibilities. The Management Board of the Cabinet sub- 
sequently suggested a memorandum of understanding to reach the same 
objective. 

On behalf of the Board, I would once again express its appreciation to 
all those individuals and groups whose help, assistance, and advice are 
always so deeply appreciated. 

Our thanks are extended to the people of the municipal utilities of 
Ontario and their associations, the Ontario Municipal Electric Asso- 
ciation and the Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities, for an- 
other year's outstanding performance. The Board also wishes to express 
its appreciation to the members of the Provincial Steering Committee 
for the Restructuring of Municipal Utilities, which was dissolved at year 
end, its work virtually complete. Chairman Syd Baldwin and his col- 
leagues since 1975 have provided helpful guidance and encouragement 
to the local study teams engaged in the difficult task. At the end of 
1978, the number of municipal utility systems in the province stood at 
334, compared with 353 when the restructuring program began. 

We would also like to thank the Minister of Energy and his staff for 
their support and understanding, as well as all those ministries and 
agencies with which Hydro deals. 

To the staff of Ontario Hydro, the Board wants me to express a special 
word of thanks and appreciation for their unceasing efforts and ded- 
ication in serving the people of Ontario. They have never faltered 
despite the heavy demands placed upon them and the stresses caused 
by frequently being under the spotlight in the public debate on the 
province's energy future. 

In mid-December, Premier William Davis announced that Hugh 
Macaulay would become Chairman of Ontario Hydro, effective July 1. 
Mr. Macaulay joined the Board of Directors January 1 and was elected 
Vice-Chairman January 15, succeeding Dr. Robert Uffen, who remains 



Report of Board of Directors 7 

a member of the Board. Robert Schmon, who was appointed to the 
Board in 1976, retired at the end of the year because of ill health. The 
Board wishes to express its appreciation for his important contribution 
to the affairs of the Corporation during his term of office. 

On a personal note, I wish to express my deep appreciation to my col- 
leagues on the Board of Directors and to all those Hydro people who 
have helped make my term of office among the most stimulating and 
rewarding years of my working career. 

On behalf of the Board, 



Robert B. Taylor 
April, 1979 



The Corporation 



The Corporation 

Ontario Hydro, a special statutory corporation established by the Prov- 
incial Legislature in 1906, has broad powers to produce, buy, and deliver 
electric power throughout the Province of Ontario. It now operates 
under The Power Corporation Act, Revised Statutes of Ontario 1970, 
c.354 as amended. 

The Corporation is administered by a Board of Directors that consists 
of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a president, and not more than ten 
other directors. An Executive Office, composed of the chairman, the 
president and the two executive vice-presidents, concentrates on overall 
corporate objectives and policies. 

The prime concern of the Corporation is the provision of electric power 
to municipalities for resale to the people of the Province. Ontario 
Hydro also provides power to over 100 large, direct industrial customers 
and to 785,000 retail customers either in rural areas or in communities 
not served by municipal electric utilities. 

Ontario Hydro also exercises certain regulatory functions with respect 
to the electrical service provided by municipalities and maintains seven 
regional offices and 59 area offices suitably located throughout the 
Province. 

With an operational area extending approximately 1,610 kilometres 
(1,000 miles) from east to west and covering about 647,500 square 
kilometres (250,000 square miles), Ontario Hydro is Canada's largest 
electrical utility and is one of the largest in North America. 

The Corporation has interconnections in Canada with Manitoba Hydro 
and the northwestern section of the Hydro-Quebec system and also has 
major interconnections with Michigan and New York states in the 
United States. Through its interconnections the Ontario Hydro system 
is effectively part of a vast electrical network joining together most of 
the central and eastern portions of the United States and the Canadian 
provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Prince Edward 
Island, Nova Scotia and parts of Quebec. 

Ontario Hydro is a financially self-sustaining corporation that derives 
no revenue from taxes. 

The Power Corporation Act by which Hydro is governed stipulates that 



Provincial Guarantee 



service be provided at cost. The Act defines cost as including charges 
for power purchases, operation, maintenance, administration, fixed 
charges and reserve adjustments. Fixed charges include interest, depre- 
ciation and the provisions for the retirement of debt over a 40-year 
period. 

The Province of Ontario guarantees the payment of principal and inter- 
est on bonds and notes issued to the public by Ontario Hydro. In the 
case of public borrowing in the United States, the Province borrows on 
behalf of Hydro by issuing its own debentures and advancing the pro- 
ceeds to Ontario Hydro upon terms and conditions agreed upon between 
the Corporation and the Treasurer of Ontario. 



Primary energy demand 



thousand 
average kilowatts 

13,000 



12,000 



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11,000 



10,000 



9,000 



8,000 



1977 



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1978 



10 



Operations 



OPERATIONS 

Providing Power and Energy 



The demand for electrical energy by Ontario consumers increased only 
marginally during 1978 as the province's economy continued to lag and 
conservation practices intensified. 

During 1978, primary energy demand totalled 95.4 billion kilowatt- 
hours, an increase of only 2.7 per cent over the previous year. This 
compares with an increase of 2.2 per cent in 1977. 

While the increase in primary energy demand continues to be low, ex- 
port power sales again set new records, increasing from 8.4 billion 
kilowatt-hours in 1977 to 10.4 billion kilowatt-hours in 1978. Revenue 
from these sales totalled $285.2 million, yielding an estimated net be- 



Energy made available 



receipts 
nuclear 
fossil thermal 
hydro-electric 




million kWh 
• 120,000 



100,000 



80,000 



• 60,000 



20,000 






1968 70 



76 78 



Power Supply 1 1 



nefit of $120 million which is passed on to Ontario customers. All of 
the export sales were made to neighbouring utilities in Michigan and 
New York states. 

Ontario Hydro's single major source of generation continued to be 
water power during 1978 — accounting for about 34 per cent of the 
total. Nuclear power production increased to 30 per cent of the total 
energy generated — 95.7 billion kilowatt-hours. To produce an equi- 
valent amount of energy at coal-fired stations would have required 
burning about 8.8 million megagrams (9.7 million tons) of coal, an 
amount equal to the total quantity of coal Hydro used in 1977. 

The annual all-time high primary peak demand of 16,247,000 kilowatts 
was set on January 10 and was 2.2 per cent greater than the previous 
year's peak which occurred in January, 1977. This was only the second 
time since 1948 that the annual Ontario peak demand occurred in Jan- 
uary rather than December. 

The December 1978 peak demand of 15,722,000 kilowatts was slightly 
greater than the December 1977 peak. (Figures show that Hydro custo- 
mers established an all-time record peak demand of 16,252,000 kilo- 
watts on January 15, 1979.) 

Dependable peak capacity at the time of the December peak was 22.8 
million kilowatts which represented an increase of seven per cent over 
that of 1977. The new dependable peak capacity included a coal-fired 
unit at Nanticoke and a nuclear unit at Bruce coming into service, re- 
visions to the dependable capacity of certain generating stations and an 
upward revision to the Manitoba purchase contract. The December de- 
pendable peak was made up of the following generation mix: 18.8 per 
cent nuclear; 51.6 per cent thermal; 28.0 per cent hydraulic; 1.6 per 
cent purchased. 

FUEL CONSUMED TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY 

Consumed in Year Change 

Kind of Fuel 1 978 1977 In 1 978 



Uranium (Megagrams) 633 354 +78.8 

Coal (Megagrams) 9,154,278 8,833,839 + 3.6 

Natural Gas (million cu. metres) ... 661 1,284 -48.5 

Residual & Crude Oil (cu. metres). . 447,360 398,883 +12.2 
Ignition & Combustion Turbine Oil 

(cu. metres) 55,718 89,549 -37.8 



12 



Operations 



Fuel Supply 

During 1978 Ontario Hydro continued its involvement in uranium ex- 
ploration programs being carried out by Shell Canada Limited, Amok 
Limited and Norcen Energy Resources, and acquired an interest in a 
program being carried out by Canadian Nickel Company Limited. 

Engineering and environmental studies were initiated by Norcen Energy 
Resources Limited on the Blizzard uranium property in British Columbia 
with a view to possible mining development. Ontario Hydro has an in- 
terest in the property through its involvement in the Norcen exploration 
program. 

Movement of western Canadian bituminous coal by the integrated trans- 
portation system began at mid-year 1978 with 550,000 megagrams 
(610,000 tons) delivered before year-end to the terminal at Thunder 
Bay. 



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fossil thermal 
hydro-electric 



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thousand kW 
• 25,000 



20,000 



15,000 



10,000 



5,000 



72 



74 



76 



78 



Fuel Supply 



13 



Demands and resources 



thousand kW 
25,000 



W$::'.:l dependable peak capacity 

■^H primary power requirements 

\lllllll\ primary energy requirements 
(average kW per year) 




20,000 



15,000 



10,000 



5,000 



70 



72 



74 



76 



• 



Total coal deliveries to generating stations from U.S. mines totalled 
8,120,000 megagrams (8.96 million tons). The bulk of these deliveries 
were made under medium to long-term contracts and include coal from 
the U.S. Steel Cumberland mine. Supplementary spot U.S. coal pur- 
chases of 1,400,000 megagrams (1.5 million tons) were made to offset 
the effect of the United Mine Workers' strike in the United States on 
coal production during the first quarter of the year and to replenish 
stocks depleted by high levels of electricity exports. 

Deliveries of residual oil totalled 0.508 million cubic metres (3.2 million 
barrels) for use at the Lennox Generating Station and Bruce Steam 
Plant. Deliveries of natural gas were 664 million cubic metres, 48 per 
cent less than in 1977, and used exclusively at Hearn Generating 
Station. 



14 



Operations 



Energy Conservation 

Ontario Hydro continued to stress energy conservation both through in- 
formation and advertising programs and in consulting services to 
business and industry. 

These programs began to pay dividends as business readily responded to 
Hydro's offer of assistance. Noteworthy among them was a major con- 
servation program at the giant Commerce Court complex in downtown 
Toronto. The bank managed to reduce consumption of electricity by 
1 7 million kilowatt-hours in six months and over one year cut its el- 
ectricity bill by $180,000. 

Other large office complexes have begun to pick up the energy conser- 
vation message and Hydro, along with local municipal utilities, has pur- 
sued the objective through participation with such groups as the 
influential Building Owners and Managers Association. Some 80 office 
buildings surveyed in 1976 were re-surveyed in 1978 and an average 
reduction in energy use of 10 per cent was indicated. 



Disposal of energy 




20,000 



1968 



Energy Conservation 1 5 

In the retail sector, Hydro sponsored energy seminars which encouraged 
retailers to take a hard look at lighting levels with resulting benefits in 
reduced load. Among them was the Canadian Tire Corporation which 
subsequently adopted a corporate-wide policy reducing required mini- 
mum lighting in its stores by 50 per cent after experiments in Milton 
and Kingston produced significant cost reductions. 

While energy conservation efforts are producing significant savings for 
business and industry today, Hydro is committed to fostering long term 
programs to reduce the demands on its system. 

The Corporation's commitment to load management — controlling 
customer demand for limited periods — reached the customer level 
early in 1978 with the decision to embark on major test programs with 
two municipal utilities in Oshawa and Scarborough. More than $3 mil- 
lion will be expended on these programs over the next three years with 
special load management metering equipment slated for installation in 
650 homes. Heat storage furnaces will also be initiated in four homes, 
two in each municipality. These will store energy during off peak hours, 
then transmit the stored heat on their own during other hours. In 
addition, 50 special size water heaters are included in test installations 
across the two municipalities to operate on the same principle. 

Discussions have also commenced with Canadian industry to develop 
heat storage systems for consumer use and for manufacturing. 

While conservation efforts continued to gain momentum outside the 
corporation, inside, the employees took Hydro's own TRIM program 
in stride. These internal efforts to discover and implement cost effect- 
ive conservation measures in 1978 resulted in a further cutback in 
energy consumption of 6.5 per cent — equivalent to 60 million kilowatt 
-hours — after having achieved a 12.5 per cent reduction in 1977. 

Customer Relations 

During 1978 power was supplied under cost contracts to 334 associated 
municipal electrical utilities for resale to approximately 2,058,000 re- 
tail customers. In addition, the Ontario Hydro rural distribution system 
provided electrical service to some 785,000 customers located outside 
the areas served by municipal utilities, while 100 large industrial cus- 
tomers received direct service under special contract. 

In April of 1978 the Hydro Board of Directors notified the Minister of 
Energy that rising costs necessitated average rate increases of 9.8 per 
cent to municipal utilities and 10.1 per cent to industrial customers. The 



1 6 Engineering and Construction 

application was reviewed and approved by the Ontario Energy Board 
and was subsequently confirmed by Hydro's Board of Directors to 
become effective January 1, 1979. 

As a result of higher than anticipated secondary revenues and lower 
than anticipated costs, the Board notified the Minister of Energy of 
excess revenues for 1977 and 1978. Of the 1977 excess revenues of 
$122 million, $120 million, together with interest, was applied to re- 
duce customers' bills in 1978, in accordance with Anti-inflation Board 
guidelines. The 1978 excess revenues of $130 million and the 1977 re- 
maining balance, together with interest are being applied to reduce 
customers' bills in 1979. 

The electrical utility restructuring program, which was planned in 1975, 
resulted in a streamlining of municipal utilities in the regional munici- 
palities of Waterloo and Peel and the County of Oxford and portions of 
the York Regional Municipality during 1978. A total of 31,000 cus- 
tomers of Ontario Hydro's rural system was transferred to municipal 
utilities in 1978. 

At year end, restructuring studies were also in the final stages in the 
Regional Municipalities of Hamilton-Wentworth, Halton and Sudbury 
and legislation was pending for restructured utilities in the Regional 
Municipality of Niagara. 

Its work virtually completed, the Provincial Steering Committee for the 
Restructuring of Municipal Utilities was dissolved at year end. This 
committee, composed of representatives from both the Ontario Mun- 
icipal Electric Association and the Association of Municipal Electrical 
Utilities as well as Ontario Hydro, the Provincial Government and the 
Provincial Municipal Liaison Committee, had supervised the program 
since 1975 providing guidance on policy matters and technical assistance 
to local study teams which had been charged with the responsibility of 
recommending utility restructuring in their specific areas. 

ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

Planning 

During the year Ontario Hydro continued to involve the public and 
local and provincial governments in its plans to locate routes and sites 
for either new or upgraded transmission lines and generating station fac- 
ilities. 



Planning 1 7 

This involvement concerned 30 projects, 27 of which were transmission 
projects that were brought to a successful conclusion following their re- 
view and processing under the appropriate applications of the Ontario 
Environmental Assessment Act. 

Several social and community studies were conducted in support of 
various planning projects to determine how they might affect neighbour- 
ing communities, and what measures could be taken to offset any de- 
trimental effects. Over the past year, these studies were carried out in 
eight regions of the province. 

Project information centres also played an important role in informing 
the public about specific project details. Over the past year, 24 inform- 
ation centres were well attended by the public. 

Two major studies for the selection of energy centre sites — areas large 
enough for at least two generating stations and associated transmission 
facilities - in Eastern Ontario and on Lake Huron's North Channel also 
proceeded during 1978. 

After extensive studies and public hearings by citizens committees, 
government and Hydro personnel, Ontario Hydro in October, 1978 re- 
commended the acquisition of the Dobie Point/Burton Island site on 
the North Channel. After similar studies and hearings in Eastern 
Ontario, site selections were narrowed to two locations — Edwardsburgh 
and Prescott. A final site selection is expected late in 1979, although 
Hydro is now considering a smaller site than originally planned. 

Interest by the public in Hydro's facilities and technology continued 
be demonstrated by the attendance of 700 visitors last year at the Essa 
Electrical Effects Demonstration Centre near Barrie. 

Construction During 1978 

Ontario Hydro's nuclear generating capability continued to attract 
world-wide attention during 1978, with the CANDU reactors at 
Pickering and Bruce stations recording superb performances. 

Year end figures show that Hydro's CANDU system reactors registered 
an average over-all nuclear-electric capacity factor of 81 per cent 
during 1978, while other systems throughout the world recorded cap- 
acity factors ranging from 43 to 65 per cent. 



1 8 Engineering and Construction 

POWER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

as at December 31, 1978 




Units 


Installation 
Schedule 


Installed Capacity 
Under 


Development 


Number Type 


Construction 


Wesley ville— Lake Ontario near 
Port Hope 


2 TC 

4 TN 
2 TC 

4 TN 

4 TN 
2 TC 


1981-82 

1981-81-82-83 

1980 

1982-83-84-85 

1984-85-86-87 
1983-83 


kW 

1,147,500 

2,160,000 

300,000 

3,200,000 

3,600,000 
400,000 


Pickering B— Lake Ontario east 
of Toronto 


Thunder Bay— Lake Superior at 
Thunder Bay 


BruceB— Lake Huron near 
Kincardine 

Darlington— Lake Ontario near 
Newcastle 

Atikokan 



TC — Thermal-electric conventional 
TN — Thermal-electric nuclear 

Meanwhile, Hydro's nuclear generation capacity increased measurably 
during 1978 when the third of the four-unit, 3,200,000 kilowatt Bruce 
A station came in service in February. The fourth and final unit was 
declared in service in January 1979. Work on Bruce B is well underway, 
with the first unit scheduled to be in service by 1983. 

At the Pickering B nuclear station, four years of design and construction 
proceeded on schedule towards a 1981 in-service date for the first of 
the four, 540,000-kilowatt unit additions. The on-site construction 
force at the year's end approached 2,000. 

Bruce Heavy Water Plant B was virtually complete by the year's end. 
However, early in 1979 the prospects of reduced heavy water require- 
ments both domestically and abroad forced a revision in plans for the 
third plant — Bruce D. The revision saw work stopped on the second 
half of the plant and the equipment placed in storage for possible later 
use, while work on the first half will continue until a further review is 
made later in 1979. 



Site preparation and earth excavation work also continued for the four- 
unit, 3,600,000-kilowatt nuclear station at Darlington. 



Construction During 1978 19 

Hydro's thermal generating capacity also increased in 1978 with the 
addition of two 500,000-kilowatt generators at Nanticoke in September 
and December. A major program of modifying generator rotors to 
reduce the risk of rotor cracking was initiated. Three of the seven rotors 
involved were returned to the manufacturer and are expected to be 
back in service early in 1979. 

Work continued on the two-unit, 300,000-kilowatt extention to 
Thunder Bay GS, which is scheduled for completion in 1981 ; and site 
clearing was completed for the two-unit, 400,000-kilowatt Atikokan 
GS. 

Based on lower load forecasts, the decision was reached to place two 
units at Lennox and Units 1 to 4 at R.L. Hearn station into a "frozen 
reserve" state, starting in early 1979. All four 575,000-kilowatt units 
at the oil-fired Lennox station will receive routine maintenance; how- 
ever, operating staff will be retained to operate only two units at any 
one time. Similarly, the gas-fired, 100,000-kilowatt units 1 to 4 at R.L. 
Hearn station will be maintained but not staffed for operation. This 
program, along with similar treatment of J.C. Keith station when it re- 
turns to service in 1980, will save more than $20 million over the next 
five years. 

The lower 1978 load forecast also resulted in the cancellation of two of 
the four oil-fired units at Wesleyville, and then in February, 1979 the 
decision was made to place the remainder of the project in storage over 
the next 12 months. Plans call for the generators and other major 
equipment to be purchased and stored at the plant, so that the station 
could be in service about 30 months after the need for it was determined. 

In August, 1978 the Board of Directors gave general approval for the 
development of a program for the future expansion of the corporation's 
hydro-electric system which could lead to 17 new projects over the 
next 16 years. 

The 17 projects include 10 new developments plus extensions or re- 
development of present stations. The go-ahead for construction of each 
project will be made separately. Although the new and extended 
projects would add an average of only 523,000 kilowatts to Hydro's 
power production, at an estimated cost of $1.4 billion, utilization of 
water power, a proven renewable resource, would record significant 
savings in fuels and maintenance costs. 



20 



Engineering and Construction 



EXPENDITURES ON FIXED ASSETS 1969-1978 



Year 


Genera- 
tion 


Transfor- 
.mation 


Trans- 
mission 


Retail 

Distri- 

tion 


Heavy 

Water 

Plant and 

Facilities 


Other 


Total 


1969. . . 

1970. . . 

1971. . . 

1972. . . 

1973. . . 

1974. . . 

1975. . . 

1976. . . 

1977. . . 

1978. . . 


$'000 

273,082 
318,236 
336,124 
404,826 
558,227 
611,520 
807,486 
698,387 
773,379 
1,013,516 


$'000 
62,507 
68,682 
57,965 
54,348 
53,684 
60,657 
86,709 
93,912 
123,580 
100,749 


$'000 
60,128 
65,141 

53,452 

49,362 

56,709 

58,738 

111,266 

107,526 

114,359 

155,658 


$'000 

28,567 
30,410 
36,169 
33,062 
47,033 
51,995 
62,464 
55,211 
59,086 
59,304 


$'000 

254,877 
58,400 
251,035 
321,427 
311,562 
255,810 


$'000 

22,411 
28,577 
23,541 
20,550 

26,060 
48,750 

122,722 
49,687 
43,184 

109,209 


$'000 

446,695 

511,046 

507,251 

562,148 

996,590 

890,060 

1,441,682 

1,326,150 

1,425,150 

1,694,246 


TOTAL 


5,794,783 


762,793 


832,339 


463,301 


1,453,111 


494,691 


9,801,018 



The construction of approximately 160 circuit kilometres (100 miles) 
of 500 kV transmission lines from Middleport transformer station to 
connect to new stations near Milton, Trafalgar and Claireville was com- 
pleted in 1978. Portions of these lines were placed in service at 230 kV 
in November. In addition, Trafalgar TS, Hydro's first station with SF 6 
gas-insulated metal-enclosed switchgear and bus, was placed in service at 
230 kV in November. This technology permits a smaller, more compact 
structure. The 500 kV stations at Milton and Claireville are still under 
construction and it is expected that they will be completed and placed 
in service in 1979. 



The 175-kilometre (109-mile) 500 kV line from the Bruce nuclear 
station to the Milton transformer station was completed as far as 
Belwood Junction where it has been connected in the existing system 
and placed in service at 230 kV. Delays in the completion of the 
remainder of the 43-kilometre (28-mile) line from Belwood to Milton 
continued during the year because of legal action by groups opposed to 
its construction. 

Delays caused by current legal actions have resulted in considerable 
power being locked in at Bruce, at an estimated cost of $1 million to $3 
million a month. The costs are incurred by Hydro having to use imported 
coal to replace the cheaper, uranium-fueled nuclear power locked in at 
Bruce. 



Research 21 



Expropriation of the right-of-way for the 500 kV line from Lennox GS 
to Oshawa was completed and construction of this line proceeded. It is 
expected that the line will be completed early in 1980. 

In addition to the 500 kV lines, a number of 230 kV and 1 15 kV trans- 
mission lines were completed during the year involving the construction 
of approximately 42 circuit kilometres (26 miles) of line. 

In terms of major transformer stations, four new stations were placed in 
service and additional capacity was added at seven existing stations. At 
the end of the year, construction was in progress on seven new stations 
and on additions to 1 5 existing stations. 

Research 

The research and development programs of Ontario Hydro continued 
with considerable attention being paid to alternative energy sources. 

Studies included the performance of three types of domestic solar water 
heaters and in monitoring and assessing the performance of solar systems 
such as the one to be installed in Hydro's new Thermal Training Center 
in Mississauga. The installation will include solar collectors and heat ex- 
changers and will enable Hydro to monitor the potential of solar power 
and solar equipment. 

Hydro's Energy Conservation and Design and Development Divisions 
continued monitoring and investigating the potential of windpower and 
biomass fuel sources. Studies also went ahead towards the recovery of 
waste heat from generating stations for greenhouse and residential space 
heating. 

In the field of distribution research, projected increases in system voltage 
levels, higher load densities, and environmental concerns are major act- 
ivities. Current efforts are focussed on distribution equipment. One 
phase of this work is being carried out under a Canadian Electrical 
Association contract and the results will be applicable to all Canadian 
electrical utilities. 

Hydro researchers also sought ways to increase the load capacity of 
transmission tower footings without having to remove or rebuild them. 
They also co-operated with the City of Toronto in the "Watts from 
Waste" program. One of the limiting factors in the Toronto project is 
the excessively corrosive residue created when refuse is burned. 



22 Supply 

The Research division also continued the study of the structural and 
physical properties of rock a thousand feet below ground as the interest 
in deep, subterranean power stations grows. And experiments got 
underway to determine if light (either white or colored) will divert fish 
from cooling water intakes at thermal generating stations. Migrating fish 
have often forced costly shutdowns of generating units. 

SUPPLY 

For the second consecutive year, the total value of contract awards in- 
creased substantially, reaching a new annual high of $2.2 billion. This 
represents a $800 million increase over 1977 and a $674 million in- 
crease over the previous high established in 1974. The increase is mainly 
attributable to the award of two contracts for turbine generators for 
Darlington and Atikokan generating stations totalling approximately 
$400 million. 

During 1978, outstanding equipment order commitments increased 
from $1.95 billion to $2.6 billion. 

Excluding purchases for fuel, 75.8 per cent of the total value of 1978 
purchases was directed to Canadian sources with 91.1 per cent of this 
business awarded in Ontario. This represents a drop of 9.4 per cent in 
the value of Canadian awards from the 1977 figures as a result of the 
impact of the foreign content of the turbine generator awards for Dar- 
lington and Atikokan. However, the Canadian content of these turbine 
generators was the highest of any offered in the bids considered. 

In general, the availability of materials remained excellent, with some 
improvement in delivery times. There were moderate increases in the 
costs for domestic goods during 1978, while the decline of the Canadian 
dollar resulted in significant increases in the cost of foreign products. 

STAFF 

Ontario Hydro continued its efforts to achieve higher performance in 
employee and public health and safety during 1978. 

The senior management committee on safety, The Safety Policy 
Committee, issued a revised general safety policy statement, established 
a corporate performance standard with respect to occupational fatalities, 
and arranged for a new system of employee representatives input to 
safety policy. Despite these initiatives, Hydro's health and safety record 



Staff 



23 



remained about the same as that achieved in 1977. There were five 
occupational fatalities in the year for a fatality rate of 1 1 per 100 mil- 
lion manhours — the same as in 1977. The overall corporate disabling 
injury rate was seven lost-time injuries per million manhours worked, 
and the medical attention frequency injury rate was 36 per million 
manhours — the same as 1977. 

A high standard of performance in radiological safety was again 
recorded in 1978, with no occupational or public fatalities or injuries 
due to exposure to radiation in the nuclear program. The control of 
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) received considerable attention. A 
corporate policy on the use of PCBs by Ontario Hydro was issued; 
assistance was provided to municipal utilities and the Fire Marshal's 
Office in the safe handling of this toxic agent. A corporate research 
and development program was initiated for total destruction of PCBs. 



Revenue from sales of 
primary power and energy 



retail customers 
direct customers 
municipalities 




1,000 



• 500 



24 Finance 

FINANCE 

Financial Review 

Ontario Hydro's 1978 operating results showed a decline in net income 
as compared with 1977. Net income for 1978 was $147 million as 
compared with $194 million in 1977. In 1978, however, income was re- 
duced by an extraordinary charge of $21 million which arose from the 
cancellation in April, 1978 of two of the four oil-fuelled generating 
units then under construction at Wesleyville. 

Total 1978 revenues of $2,268 million exceeded amounts allowed within 
the spirit and intent of the Anti-Inflation program by $130 million. 
These excess revenues, together with interest, will be applied to reduce 
customers' bills in 1979. 

Revenues from sales of primary power and energy in 1978 were $1,979 
million, 13 per cent higher than the previous year. This increase result- 
ed mainly from higher rates and to a lesser extent, increases in the 
volume of sales. 

Revenues from sales of secondary energy in 1978 amounted to $289 
million, $79 million or 38 per cent higher than in 1977. The 
greater demand for secondary energy by United States utilities and 
higher rates accounted for the increase in 1978. 

Total costs, excluding financing charges and the extraordinary item, 
were $1,421 million in 1978 compared to $1,250 million in 1977, an 
increase of 14 per cent. Operation, maintenance and administration 
costs were higher by $88 million as a result of increases in wage and 
salary rates, staff levels, prices paid for materials and services, and in- 
cluded $ 1 5 million for the costs of mothballing the second half of Bruce 
Heavy Water Plant "D". Fuel used for electric generation increased by 
$45 million in 1978 because of higher prices and volumes. Power pur- 
chased was higher by $22 million mainly as the result of increases in 
prices, partially offset by lower volumes purchased. Charges for energy 
produced by generating units during commissioning amounted to $22 
million in 1978. Depreciation costs rose $49 million in 1978 to $265 
million, mainly as the result of units being placed in service at Bruce 
and Nanticoke generating stations. 

Interest expense increased in 1978 by $112 million. This represents an 
increase of 27 per cent over 1977 and is primarily the result of new 
borrowings during the year together with interest payments on foreign 






Financial Review 



25 



bonds being made at higher rates of exchange. The foreign exchange 
losses of $29 million in 1978 were comprised of a loss of $48 million 
partly offset by foreign exchange gains from redemption and translation 
of foreign monetary assets and liabilities. The $48 million loss resulted 
from Ontario Hydro calling, on November 6, 1978, a 7.75 per cent 
bond issue of 150 million Swiss francs due in 1980. This issue was re- 
financed by a note of the same amount payable to a Swiss bank bearing 
interest at the rate of 2.625 per cent and with the same maturity date. 
If the refinancing had not taken place, the exchange loss would nor- 
mally have been charged to operations in 1979. However, in order to 
obtain the benefit of a lower interest rate the bond issue was refinanced 
in 1978, with resultant savings in interest of approximately $10 million 
over the period to maturity in 1980. 

The amount of net income appropriated for debt retirement as required 
by The Power Corporation Act, increased by $15 million in 1978 to 
$113 million. $34 million of net income was also appropriated for the 
stabilization of rates and contingencies as compared to $95 million in 
1977. 

Net additions to fixed assets in 1978 were $1,652 million, increasing 
fixed assets in service and under construction to $13,200 million. Major 
capital expenditures in 1978 included $902 million for generation 
facilities, $240 million for transmission facilities, and $256 million for 
heavy water plants and facilities. The major expenditures for generating 
stations were $296 million at Pickering G.S., $263 million at Bruce G.S., 
$103 million at Wesleyville G.S., and $101 million at Thunder Bay G.S. 
At December 31, 1978 the costs of fixed assets in service and under 
construction were: 



Asset Classification 





Under 


In-Service 


Construction 


Cost 


Cost 


$ million 


$ million 


5,894 


2,156 


2,111 


379 


741 


4 


368 


1,094 


435 


18 



Generation facilities 

Transmission facilities 

Retail distribution facilities 

Heavy water production facilities . . 
Administration and service facilities 

Total 



9,549 



3,651 



26 Finance 



Funds provided from operations during 1978 were $433 million while 
net borrowing provided $1,235 million. Compared to 1977, these in- 
creased by $24 million and $261 million respectively. In addition, in- 
creases in accounts and interest payable amounted to $150 million in 
1978. 

Proceeds from issues of long-term bonds, notes and other long-term debt 
during 1978, totalled $1,847 million comprising: Canadian currency 
issues of $800 million, issues in United States currency of $825 million 
(Can. $931 million), a note of 150 million Swiss francs (Can. $106 mil- 
lion) and $10 million of capitalized lease obligations. Retirement of 
long-term debt during the year amounted to $357 million, an increase 
of $79 million over 1977. The average coupon interest rate of bond 
issues in 1978 was 9.3 per cent, as compared to an average rate in 1977 
of 8.8 per cent. Short-term notes outstanding at year-end amounted to 
$25 million, a decrease of $20 million from 1977. 

Major applications of funds, in addition to the expenditure of $1,652 
million on fixed assets, were increases in fuel, materials and supplies of 
$65 million, increases in advance payments for fuel supplies of $46 mil- 
lion, and increases in accounts receivable and other assets of $45 million. 






A uditors ' R eport 2 7 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the statement of financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 
31, 1978 and the statements of operations, reserve for stabilization of rates and contin- 
gencies, equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations and changes in 
financial position for the year then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests and other 
procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As explained in notes 5 and 13 (a), the second half of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" and 
the Wesleyville Generating Station have been deferred and it is not known when these 
assets will be used; and, as explained in note 13 (b), decisions have been deferred con- 
cerning the construction program on the first half of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" and 
on the Bruce "B", Darlington and Atikokan generating stations. 

In our opinion, subject to the effect, if any, on the financial statements of the ultimate 
resolution of the uncertainties discussed in the preceding paragraph, these financial 
statements present fairly the financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1978 
and the results of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then 
ended in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis 
consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Toronto, Canada CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

March 12, 1979 Chartered Accountants 



28 Finance 

Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

The accompanying financial statements have been prepared by management in ac- 
cordance with accounting principles generally accepted in Canada, applied on a 
consistent basis. Because a precise determination of the carrying values of some 
assets and liabilities is dependent upon future events, the financial statements 
necessarily include estimates and approximations. These have been made using care- 
ful judgement and in the light of information available up to March 12, 1979. The 
financial statements, in management's opinion, have been properly prepared within 
reasonable limits of materiality and within the framework of the accounting policies 
summarized below. 

Fixed assets 

Fixed assets include power supply facilities (generation, transmission and distribu- 
tion); administration and service facilities (land, buildings, transport and service 
equipment); and heavy water production facilities. 

The cost of additions and replacement of component units is capitalized. This cost 
includes material, labour, engineering, and overhead costs for administration, pro- 
curement and other services that are considered applicable to the capital con- 
struction program. In addition, the net cost of commissioning generating units is 
capitalized. This net cost represents the cost of material, labour, fuel and applicable 
overheads associated with the start-up, testing, and checking into service of gener- 
ating units, lees the value attributed to energy produced by units during their 
commissioning period. The commissioning period extends from the date of the 
initial start-up and testing of generating units to the date they are placed in service 
with an acceptable operating reliability. 

In the case of nuclear generation facilities, cost also includes the cost of heavy 
water purchased and produced. The cost of producing heavy water includes the 
direct costs of production, applicable overheads, interest, and depreciation of the 
heavy water production facilities. 

Interest is capitalized on construction and commissioning costs at effective annual 
rates of 9.9 per cent in 1978 and 9.4 per cent in 1977. These rates approximate the 
average cost of long-term funds borrowed in the years in which expenditures have 
been made for fixed assets under construction. Interest is capitalized on land costs 
during the construction and commissioning period; interest is not capitalized on 
land held for future use. 

If a project is cancelled, all costs, including the costs of cancellation, are written off 
to operations. If a project is deferred after construction has started, mothballing 
costs associated with the deferment are charged to operations. Interest is not cap- 
italized on deferred projects during the period of their deferral. 

For normal retirements, the cost of assets retired is charged to accumulated 
depreciation with no gain or loss being reflected in operations. For unusual or 
premature retirements, the gains or losses on assets retired are reflected in oper- 



Acoun ting Po licies 2 9 

ations. For all retirements, the costs of removal, less salvage proceeds, are reflected 
in current operations as an adjustment to depreciation expense in the year of retire- 
ment. 

Depreciation 

Since January 1, 1971, all additions to fixed assets and the net book value of 
thermal-electric generating stations in service at the end of 1970 have been de- 
preciated using the straight-line method. All other assets in service at the end of 
1970 continue to be depreciated on the sinking fund method. Depreciation rates 
for the various classes of assets are based on the estimated service lives, which are 
subject to periodic review. The service lives of major asset classes are: 

Generation facilities-Hydro-electric 50 to 100 years 

—Thermal-electric 30 years 

Transmission and distribution facilities 25 to 50 years 

Administration and service facilities 5 to 60 years 

Heavy water production facilities 20 years 

Since 1971, the costs of minor deferred projects have been amortized on a straight- 
line basis. Commencing in 1979, the costs of major deferred projects will be 
amortized on a basis yet to be determined. 

Nuclear agreement — Pickering units 1 and 2 

Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario are 
parties to a joint undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 and 2 of 
Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, with ownership of these units being vested in 
Ontario Hydro. Contributions to the capital cost by Atomic Energy of Canada 
Limited and the Province of Ontario amounted to $258 million and these have been 
deducted in arriving at the value of fixed assets in service in respect of Pickering 
units 1 and 2. Ontario Hydro is required to make monthly payments until the year 
2001 to each of the parties in proportion to their capital contributions. These pay- 
ments, termed "payback", represent in a broad sense the net operational advantage 
of having the power generated by Pickering units 1 and 2 as compared with coal-fired 
units similar to Lambton units 1 and 2. 

Commissioning energy 

Revenues from the sale of power and energy include revenues from energy produc- 
ed by generating units during the commissioning period. A charge is included in the 
cost of operations for the value attributed to the energy produced during the 
commissioning period. This charge is equivalent to the operating and fuel costs of 
producing the same quantity of energy at generating units displaced because of the 
commissioning activity. 



30 Finance 



Appropriations from net income 

Under the provisions of The Power Corporation Act, the price payable by customers 
for power is the cost of supplying the power. Such cost is defined in the Act to in- 
clude the cost of operating and maintaining the system, depreciation, interest, and 
the amounts appropriated for debt retirement and stabilization of rates and con- 
tingencies. 

The debt retirement appropriation is the amount required under the Act to ac- 
cumulate in 40 years a sum equal to the debt incurred for the cost of the fixed assets 
in service. The appropriation for or withdrawal from the stabilization of rates and 
contingencies reserve is an amount established to maintain a sound financial position 
and to stabilize the effect of abnormal cost fluctuations. 

Foreign currency translation 

Long-term debt payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at 
rates of exchange at the time of issue. Current monetary assets and liabilities, in- 
cluding long-term debt payable within one year, are adjusted to Canadian currency 
at year-end rates of exchange. The resulting translation gains or losses, together 
with realized exchange gains or losses, are credited or charged to operations. 

Advance payments for fuel supplies 

As part of its program to ensure the adequate supply of fuels for its generating 
stations, Ontario Hydro has entered into long-term contracts for the supply of coal, 
oil and uranium. Where these contracts require Ontario Hydro to make payments in 
advance of product delivery, the prepayments and associated costs such as interest 
are carried in the accounts as advance payments for fuel supplies. These advance 
payments are to be amortized as part of the cost of the fuels delivered under the 
contracts or are to be recovered over periods which do not exceed the life of the 
contracts. 

Pension and Insurance Plan 

The Pension and Insurance Plan is a contributory, defined benefit plan covering all 
regular employees of Ontario Hydro. The pension costs for each period include 
current service costs and amounts required to amortize any unfunded obligation. 
The most recent actuarial valuation of the pension plan, at December 31, 1977, re- 
ported an unfunded obligation of Ontario Hydro of approximately $133 million. 

Of this amount: 

• $87 million, representing accumulated experience deficiencies and deficits 
resulting from changes in actuarial assumptions, was amortized in 1978 on a 
five year basis. Commencing on January 1, 1979, it is intended to amortize these 
deficiencies and deficits on a fifteen year basis; accordingly the remaining 
balances at December 31, 1978 will be amortized over the years 1979 through 
1992. This change will reduce the amortization for 1979 by approximately $15 
million. 

• $46 million, representing an unfunded liability with respect to improved bene- 
fits, is being amortized on a fifteen year basis to 1991. 



Statemen t of Operations 3 1 



STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
for the year ended December 31, 1978 

1978 1977 



$'000 $'000 

REVENUES 

Primary power and energy 

Municipal utilities 1,275,107 1,108,099 

Retail customers 442,224 407,382 

Direct customers 261,816 243,560 

1,979,147 1,759,041 

Secondary power and energy 288.533 210,046 

2,267,680 1,969,087 

Less excess revenues (note 1 ) 130,292 122,093 

2,137,388 1,846,994 

COSTS 

Operation, maintenance and administration 501,800 414,307 

Fuel used for electric generation 487,037 441,902 

Power purchased 97,949 75,842 

Nuclear agreement — payback 46,936 49,643 

Commissioning energy 21,866 52,322 

Depreciation 265,060 215,601 

1,420,648 1,249,617 

INCOME BEFORE FINANCING CHARGES 

AND EXTRAORDINARY ITEM 716.740 597.377 

Interest (note 2) 519,449 407,552 

Foreign exchange losses (gains) (note 3) 29,346 (3,724 ) 

548,795 403,828 

INCOME BEFORE EXTRAORDINARY ITEM ... 1 67,945 1 93,549 

Extraordinary item (note 4) 20,500 — 

NET INCOME 147,445 193,549 



APPROPRIATION FOR: 

Debt retirement as required by The Power Corpor- 
ation Act 1 13,446 98,078 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 33,999 95,471 



147,445 193,549 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting 
policies and notes to financial statements. 



32 Statement of Financial Position 



STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 
ASSETS 

1978 1977 



FIXED ASSETS 

Fixed assets in service, at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 

Fixed assets under construction, at cost (note 5) 



CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash and short-term investments (note 6) 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost 
Materials and supplies, at cost 



OTHER ASSETS 

Advance payments for fuel supplies (note 7) . 

Long-term investments (note 8) 

Unamortized debt discount and expense .... 
Long-term accounts receivable and other assets 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



$'000 $'000 



9,549,008 
1,859,391 
7,689,617 
3,651,344 


8,423,173 
1,607,067 
6,816,106 

3,137,872 


11,340,961 


9,953,978 


692,884 
254,785 
409,781 
112,129 


447,973 

256,035 

357,502 

99,271 


1,469,579 


1,160,781 



140,703 


95,077 


59,555 


68,623 


105,635 


91,003 


46,073 


16,173 



351,966 270,876 



13,162,506 11,385,635 



Finance 33 



AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1978 

LIABILITIES 



1978 1977 



$'000 $'000 

LONG-TERM DEBT 

Bonds and notes payable (note 9) 10,129,1 19 8,640,531 

Other long-term debt (note 10) 269,556 268,232 

Less payable within one year 



CURRENT LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Short-term notes payable 

Accrued interest 

Long-term debt payable within one year 

Excess revenues payable (note 1) 

Estimated liability on cancellation of capital 

corfstruction projects 

EQUITY 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement 

appropriations 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies . . . . 
Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance 
for rural construction 



10,398,675 


8,908,763 


171,912 


212,910 


10,226,763 


8,695,853 


512,843 


428,086 


25,415 


44,935 


273,579 


217,647 


171,912 


212,910 


132,544 


122,093 


16,657 


7,348 


1,132,950 


1,033,019 


1,391,181 


1,279,667 


284,917 


250,401 


126,695 


126,695 


1,802,793 


1,656,763 


13,162,506 


11,385,635 



On behalf of the Board 

R.B. Taylor D.J. Gordon 

Chairman President 

Toronto, Canada 
March 12, 1979 



34 Finance 

RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 
OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 

for the year ended December 31, 1978 

Held for 

the benefit Held for the benefit of 

of all (or recoverable from) 

customers certain groups of customers Totals 

Munici- ' Retail Direct 

palities Customers Customers 1978 1977 

$'000 $'000 $'000 $'000 $'000 $'000 
Balances at beginning 

ofyear 288,214 1,144 (32,324) (6,633) 250,401 155,025 

Appropriation 31,825 104 (988) 3,058 33,999 95,471 

Deficit recovered from 
municipalities on 

annexations (130) - 751 - 621 - 

Payment to Ontario Municipal 
Electric Association (note 11) - (104) - (104) (95) 

Balances at end of year 319,909 1,144(32,561) (3,575)284,917 250,401 

EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 

DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

for the year ended December 31, 1978 

Power District Totals 

(Retail and 

Municipalities Direct Customers) 1978 1977 

$'000 $'000 $'000 $'000 



Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Debt retirement appropriation. . . 

Annexation transfers and refunds . 

Balances at end ofyear 



881,022 398,645 1,279,667 1,181,569 



75,858 37,588 
11,041 (12,973) 



113,446 
(1,932) 



98,078 
20 



967,921 423,260 1,391,181 1,279,667 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting 
policies and notes to financial statements. 



Change in Financial Position 3 5 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION 
for the year ended December 31, 1978 

1978 1977 



$'000 $'000 

SOURCE OF FUNDS 
Operations 

Income before extraordinary item 167,945 193,549 

Depreciation, a charge not requiring funds 

in the current year 265,060 215,601 

433,005 409,150 

Financing 
Long-term debt 
Bonds, notes and other 

long-term debt issued 1,846,530 1,406,720 

Less retirements 356,618 276,655 

1,489,912 1,130,065 

Short-term notes payable - (decrease) . . . (19,520) (83,805) 

Cash and investments - (increase) (235,843) (71,961 ) 

1,234,549 974,299 

Increase in excess revenues payable (note 1) 10,451 122,093 

Increase in accounts and interest payable 

including estimated liability on cancellation of 

capital construction projects 149,998 100,133 

1,828,003 1,605,675 



APPLICATION. OF FUNDS 

Net additions to fixed assets 

Increase in advance payments for fuel supplies 

Increase in fuel, materials and supplies 

Increase in accounts receivable and other assets 
Extraordinary item (note 4) 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting policies 
and notes to financial statements. 



1,652,043 


1,413,120 


45,626 


57,169 


65,137 


77,947 


44,697 


57,439 


20,500 


— 



1,828,003 1,605,675 



36 Finance 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1 . Anti-Inflation program 

Ontario Hydro was subject to the guidelines under the Federal Anti-Inflation pro- 
gram in the matter of employee compensation to December 31, 1978, the date on 
which the program terminated. Management is of the opinion that Ontario Hydro has 
complied with the requirements of the anti-inflation legislation. 
Ontario Hydro has also been required by the Province of Ontario to conform with the 
spirit and intent of the Federal Anti-Inflation program as it applied to net income. As 
a result of higher than anticipated secondary revenues and lower than anticipated 
costs, the Corporation had excess revenues in 1977 and 1978. Of the 1977 excess 
revenues of $122 million, $120 million, together with interest, was applied to reduce 
customers' bill in 1978. The 1978 excess revenues of $130 million and the 1977 
remaining balance, together with interest, will be applied to reduce customers' bills in 
1979. 

2. Interest 

1978 1977 

Interest costs consisted of: $'000 $'000 

Interest on bonds, notes and other debt 899,817 753,251 

Less: 

Interest capitalized on fixed assets under construction . 298,771 279,492 

Interest charged to advance payments for fuel supplies 5,348 4,132 
Interest earned on short-term and long-term 

investments 70,457 56,874 

Net gain on redemption of bonds and sale of 

investments 5,792 5,201 

380,368 345,699 

519,449 407,552 

3 . Foreign exchange losses (gains) 

1978 1977 

Foreign exchanges losses (gains) consisted of: $'000 $'000 



Net exchange (gain) on redemption and translation 

of foreign monetary assets and liabilities (18,932) (3,724) 

Exchange loss on refinancing of Swiss bond issue 48,278 • — 

29,346 (3,724 ) 

Extraordinary item 

In February 1978 the Board of Directors initiated a review of the construction pro- 
gram, following receipt of a revised load forecast projecting a substantially lower rate 
of growth than previously forecast. As a consequence of this review, two of the four 
oil-fuelled generating units then under construction at Wesleyville were cancelled. The 
cost of cancellation of these two units is $20.5 million which has been recorded as an 
extraordinary charge against income in 1978. (See note 13(a) for the subsequent de- 
ferral of construction of the remaining two units.) 



Notes to Financial Statements 37 

5 . Fixed assets under construction 

1978 1977 



Fixed assets under construction consisted of: $'000 $'000 



Construction in progress 3,463,543 3,076,852 

Deferred projects 124,542 7,963 

Land held for future use 63,259 53,057 

3,651,344 3,137,872 

In December 1978, the Board of Directors, following receipt of a report on the status 
of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" and on the heavy water supply and demand situation, 
approved a program to stop construction and store the components of the second half 
of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" and restrict expenditures accordingly. Capital ex- 
penditures of $120 million incurred on the second half of this plant were transferred 
to deferred projects on December 31, 1978. Approximately $10 million will be spent 
to bring construction of this half to a point where it can be safely mothballed and 
stored. Mothballing costs associated with deferment of this half, estimated at approx- 
imately $15 million, were charged to 1978 operations. It is uncertain at this time when 
the second half of the plant will be used. (See note 13(b) for the subsequent decision 
relating to the first half of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D".) 



6. Cash and short-term investments 

Cash and short-term investments are recorded at cost 1978 1977 

(approximately market value) and consisted of: $'000 $'000 

Cash and interest bearing deposits with banks and 

trust companies 595,929 296,528 

Corporate bonds and notes 77,074 82,930 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 19,881 68,515 

692,884 447,973 

7. Advance payments for fuel supplies 

1978 1977 

The advance payments consisted of: $'000 $'000 

Coal supply 69,181 58,589 

Uranium supply 71,522 — 

Residual fuel oil supply — 36,488 

140.703 95.077 

Based on present commitments, additional advance payments for fuel supplies, exclud- 
ing interest, will total approximately $541 million over the next five years (including 
approximately $151 million in 1979). 



38 



Finance 



8. Long-term investments 

These investments are recorded at amortized 

cost and consisted of: 
Government and government-guaranteed bonds. 



1978 

$'000 

59.555 



1977 

$'000 
68.623 



Market value of these investments at December 31, 1978 was $46 million. 
(1977 - $58 million) 

9. Bonds and notes payable 



Bonds and notes payable, expressed in Canadian dollars, are summarized by years of 
maturity and by the currency in which they are payable in the following table: 



1978 



1977 











Weighted 






Years 


Principal outstanding 


Average 


Principal 


Weighted 


of maturity 




$'000 




Coupon Rate 


outstanding 
$'000 


Average 
Coupon Rate 




Canadian 


Foreign 


Total 








1978 


— 


— 


— 




204,131 




1979 


141,106 


20,242 


161,348 




151,759 




1980 


113,050 


227,056 


340,106 




256,785 




1981 


238,068 


94,473 


332,541 




302,697 




1982 


206,434 


183,787 


390,221 




455,180 




1983 


171,756 


207,511 


379,267 








1-5 years 


870,414 


733,069 


1,603,483 


7.2% 


1,370,552 


7.3% 


6-10years 


346,284 


796,071 


1,142,355 


7.5 


1,212,890 


7.4 


11 -15 years 


230,761 


240,494 


471,255 


7.6 


614,870 


7.2 


1 6-20 years 


995,389 


414,967 


1,410,356 


8.0 


1,153,753 


8.1 


2 1-25 years 


1,183,668 


652,562 


1,836,230 


9.3 


1,932,226 


9.1 


26-30 years 


1.536.373 2.129.067 


3.W5.44Q 


9.2 


2,356,240 


9.0 




5.162.889 


4.966.23010.129.119 




8.640.531 




Currency in 


which payable 











Canadian dollars 5,162,889 4,555,260 

United States dollars 4,679,236 5,842,686 

West German Deutsche marks .. . 124,055 127,924 

Swiss francs 162,939 114,661 

10,129,119 8.640.531 

Bonds and notes payable in United States dollars include $3,420 million (1977— 
$2,651 million) of Ontario Hydro bonds held by the Province of Ontario and having 
terms identical with Province of Ontario issues sold in the United States on behalf of 
Ontario Hydro. Except for these issues and a note of $106 million payable in Swiss 
francs, all bonds and notes payable are guaranteed as to principal and interest by the 
Province of Ontario. 



Notes to Financial Statements 39 



Long-term bonds and notes payable in foreign currencies are translated into Canadian 
currency at rates of exchange at time of issue. If Ontario Hydro were to translate the 
face value of its foreign bonds and notes payable at rates of exchange on December 31, 
1978, the total amount of these liabilities would have to be increased by $873 million. 



10. Other long-term debt 



1978 1977 



Other long-term debt consisted of: $'000 $'000 

(a) The balance due to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 
for the purchase of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "A". Under 
the purchase agreement, Ontario Hydro pays equal monthly 
instalments of blended principal and interest to December 

28, 1992, with interest at the rate of 7.795% 216,184 224,486 

(b) Capitalized lease obligation for the head office building 
at 700 University Avenue, Toronto. The lease obligation is 

for the 30-year period ending September 30, 2005, payable 43 457 43 745 

in United States dollars at an effective interest rate of 8% . . 

(c) Capitalized lease obligations for transport and service 
equipment. Under these agreements, payments of equal 
monthly instalments of blended principal and interest will 

be made to 1988, at effective interest rates ranging from 9,915 -- 



6.8% to 10.4% 269,556 268,232 

Payments required on the above debt, exclusive of interest, will total $61 million 
over the next five years. The amount payable within one year is $10.6 million. 
(1977 -$8.8 million) 

1 1 . Payment to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

The amount of this payment is equivalent to interest on the balance held for the 
benefit of Municipalities in the Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies. 

12. Reclassification of 1977 amounts 

In prior years, 

(a) foreign exchange gains or losses were included in interest costs; and 

(b) the revenues from primary power and energy were not detailed by class of 
customer. To be consistent with the 1978 presentation, 1977 amounts have been re- 
classified in the Statement of Operations. 

13. Subsequent events 

(a) At its meeting on February 12, 1979, the Board of Directors approved a load 
forecast which predicted an average annual compound growth rate to 1987 of 4.65% 
which is lower than the 5.4% previously forecast. As a result of this revision, the 
Board of Directors decided to stop construction and store the components of Wes- 
leyville generating station until the early 1990's. Capital costs of $192 million had 



40 Finance 

been incurred to December 31, 1978 and approximately $45 million will be spent to 
bring construction of the project to a point where it can be safely mothballed and 
stored. Mothballing costs associated with this deferment, which are estimated to be 
approximately $35 million, will be charged to 1979 operations. 
It was further decided to review the possibility of a deferment or cancellation of the 
coal-fired Atikokan generating station and an extension of the construction schedules 
for the Darlington and Bruce "B" nuclear generating stations. 

(b) At its meeting on March 12, 1979, the Board of Directors decided, pending add- 
itional study, to defer any further decisions on the Bruce "B" and Darlington nuclear 
generating stations, the Atikokan coal-fired generating station and the first half of 
Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" until its April 1979 meeting. Capital costs totalling 
$313 million had been incurred to December 31, 1978 on these generating stations 
and $200 million on the first half of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D". 



Pension and Insurance Fund 4 1 



PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS 

as at December 31, 1978 

1978 1977 



$'000 $'000 

Fixed income securities 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 159,271 130,468 

Corporate bonds 131,069 1 19,565 

First mortgages 287,377 248,460 

Total fixed income securities 577,717 498,493 

Equities - corporate shares 262,404 271,466 

Cash and short-term investments 124,295 27,578 

Total investments 964,416 797,537 

Accrued interest and dividends 1 1,827 10,488 

Receivable from Ontario Hydro 1,786 1 1 ,499 

978,029 819,524 

Notes: 

1. The most recent actuarial valuation of the pension plan, at December 31, 1977, re- 
ported an unfunded obligation of Ontario Hydro of approximately $133 million. Of 
this amount : 

• $87 million, representing accumulated experience deficiencies and deficits 
resulting from changes in actuarial assumptions, was amortized in 1978 on a five 
year basis. Commencing on January 1, 1979, it is intended to amortize these 
deficiencies and deficits on a fifteen year basis; accordingly the remaining 
balances at December 31, 1978 will be amortized over the years 1979 through 
1992. This change will reduce the amortization for 1979 by approximately $15 
million. 

• $46 million, representing an unfunded liability with respect to improved bene- 
fits, is being amortized on a fifteen year basis to 1991. 

2. In the above statement of assets, bonds are included at amortized cost, first mortgages 
at balance of principal outstanding and shares at cost. Total bonds and shares at 
December 31, 1978 with a book value of $553 million had a market value of $576 
million (1977 book value $521 million - market value $510 million). 

Auditor's Report 

(Pension and Insurance Fund) 
We have examined the statement of assets of The Pension and Insurance Fund of Ontario 
Hydro as at December 31, 1978. Our examination was made in accordance with generally 
accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests and other procedures as 
we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the fund as 
at December 3 1 , 1978. 

Toronto, Canada CLARKSON, GORDON & CO 

March 12, 1979 Chartered Accountants 



42 



APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 

The analysis of energy made available by Ontario Hydro on page 43 
shows for the Total System, the energy obtained from each major 
source in 1977 and 1978 and the related percentage changes in 1978. 
The table also shows the corresponding primary and secondary energy 
supplied in each year together with the percentage changes in 1978. 

The Table of Dependable Capacity and Primary Demand on page 43 
shows primary peak demand for the month of December and the 
dependable peak capacity of resources at that time. A separate table on 
pages 44 and 45 gives the dependable peak capacity and the December 
maximum output of major Ontario Hydro generating stations and of 
purchased power sources. Any comparison of total primary demand 
and resources should make allowance for the part of total primary 
demand that may be interrupted over the peak period under contracts 
accepted by the customer. In 1978 this was approximately 385 mega- 
watts. 

The dependable capacity of a hydro-electric generating station is the 
estimated output that an analysis of stream-flow conditions indicates 
the station is capable of producing 98 percent of the time. It can be ex- 
pected to exceed this output in 49 out of 50 years. Since the stations so 
rated are distributed on many widely separated watersheds and since all 
would not be simultaneously affected by stream flows, the amount by 
which the total hydro-electric generating capacity of the system exceeds 
the sum of the various station capacities represents the diversity in 
stream flow within the system. The dependable peak capacity of a 
thermal station is the net output of its fully commissioned units. 



Appendix I - Operations 43 

ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 





1977 


1978 


Increase 

or 
Decrease 


Total System: 
Geneiated 

Nuclear 

Fossil 

Hydraulic 


MW.h 

24 488 171 
31 923 802 
33 546 444 

89 958 417 

11 544 104 
641 409 

12 185 513 
L02 143 930 

92 854 691 

8 526 956 

762 283 


MW.h 

28 966 056 
30 890 924 
35 833 989 

95 690 969 

9 862 893 
1 179 049 

11 041 942 

106 732 911 

95 372 671 

10 392 872 
967 368 


Per Cent 

18.3 
-3.2 
6.8 

6.4 

-14.6 
83.8 

-9.4 

4.5 

2.7 

21.9 
26.9 


External Resources 

Purchased 

Other Receipts (1) 




Total Demand 




Secondary Demand 

Sales 

Other (1) 




(l)The data for energy received and delivered excludes circulating exchanges of 1 250 769 MW.h in 1977, and 188 815 MW.h in 1978 



DEPENDABLE CAPACITY AND PRIMARY DEMAND - DECEMBER PEAK 1977 AND 1978 





TOTAL SYSTEM 




1977 
MW 

3 558.3 
11 185.0 
6 288.5 


1978 
MW 

4 298.3 
11 782.0 
6 400.9 


Net Increase 


Dependable Capacity 

Generation 

Nuclear 

Fossil 

Hydraulic 


MW 

740.0 
597.0 
112.4 


% 

20.8 
5.3 
1.8 




21031.8 
315.1 


22 481.2 
364.2 


1 449.4 
49.1 


6.9 
15.6 


Firm Purchases 




21 346.9 
5 670.1 
15 676.8 

36.2 


22 845.4 

7 123.0 

15 722.4 

45.3 


1 498.5 

1 452.9 

45.6 


7.0 

25.6 

0.3 


Reserve or Deficiency 


Ratio of Reserve or Deficiency to 

Primary Demand % 



The capacities shown are those available for a 20-minute period at the time of the system Primary Demand peak in December, the 
capacity of the purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchased contract. The Primary Demand shown is the 
maximum peak for December. Some part of the System Primary Demand is subject to interruption over the peak in accordance with 
contract terms accepted by the customers, the total possible load subject to such interruptions at the time of the December peak being 



44 Po wer R esources 

ONTARIO HYDROS TOTAL RESOURCES - 1978 



Kincardine 

Pickering 

Rolphton 



Windsor 

Toronto 

Mississauga 

Courtright 

Nanticoke 

Kingston 

Thunder Bay 



River 

Niagara 



Welland Canal 



St. Lawrence 
Ottawa 



Mississagi 



Mattagami 



Montreal 
Nipigon 



Nuclear Generating Stations 

Bruce 

Pickering 

Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Total Nuclear Generation 

Fossil Generating Stations 

J. Clarke Keith 

Richard L. Hearn 

Lakeview 

Lambton 

Nanticoke 

Lennox 

Thunder Bay 

Combustion Turbines and Diesel-Electric 

Total Thermal Generation 

Hydraulic Generating Stations 

(3) Sir Adam Beck - Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck - Niagara No. 2 

Pumping - Generating Station 

(2) Ontario Power 

(2) Toronto Power 

DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River Stations to compensate 
for use of water by Ontario Hydro rather than by 
another producer 

Robt H. Saunders 

Des Joachims 

OttoHolden 

Chenaux 

Chat Falls (Ontario half) 

Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

Arnprior 

(3) Abitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Aubrey Falls 

Geo W. Rayner 

Wells 

Red Rock Falls 

Kipiing 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Lower Notch 

Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 



Dependable 

Capacity 

MW 



Maximum 

Output (Net) 

MW(1) 



2 220.0 

2 056.0 

22.3 



1 171.0 

2 298.0 

2 100.0 

3 430.0 
2 212.0 

97.0 
474.0 



11 782.0 



435.0 

1 337.0 

108.0 

28.0 



31.0 

124.0 



702.0 

390.0 
193.0 
110.0 
84.0 

165.0 
172.0 
166.0 

78.0 

267.0 
177.0 

158.0 
46.0 

229.0 
40.0 

142.0 
125.0 
125.0 



114.8 
75.0 
62.4 



2 315.0 

2 064.0 

22.1 



-1.3 

759.0 

2 036.0 

2 008.0 

2 500.0 

1 560.0 

89.2 

63.5 



403.5 
296.0 
65.0 
99.0 



28.8 
130.0 



815.0 

381.0 
208.0 
111.5 

97.0 

145.0 
154.8 
157.0 
76.4 

173.4 
173.5 

139.5 
38.0 

209.5 
38.0 

138.0 
130.0 
138.0 



130.0 
77.0 
66.5 



Annual Energy 

Output (Net) 

MW.h 



12 996 129 

15 833 557 

136 370 



-5 715 

2 261 921 

5 929 744 

9 180 941 

11 464 556 

1 723 672 

321039 

14 766 



30 890 924 



2 829 520 

9 206 180 

-126 237 

411 172 

-1400 

172 273 
879 241 



6 998 436 

2 097 929 

1 044 401 

690 692 

512 398 

298 933 
301 241 
310514 
148 905 

1 389 167 

764 487 

184,273 
26 498 
371 460 
203 018 

676 014 
598 205 
665 758 



734 052 
504 806 
401 963 



Appendix I - Operations 
ONTARIO HYDROS TOTAL RESOURCES - 1978 



45 





Dependable 

Capacity 

MW 


Maximum 

Output (Net) 

MW(1) 


Annual Energy 

Output (Net) 

MW.h 


River Hydraulic Generating Stations (Cont'd) 


70.5 
59.6 

45.7 

49.0 


79.9 
66.0 

43.0 

62.0 

41.0 

174.3 


615 058 
463 631 

243 281 

467 187 

259 532 

1 135 270 












167.1 

74.8 
27.0 


(4) Adjustment for Diversity 


-West System 




6 400.9 




35 833 989 




Total Internal Generation 


22 481.2 




95 690 969 


External Resources 

Purchases 
Firm Purchases 

AECL - Douglas Point 

Hydro Quebec 


206.0 

150.0 
8.2 


135.0 

150.0 
8.2 


468 503 

2 750 000 

865 800 

40421 

2 336 



5 815 

4 933 544 

388 863 

407 611 


Great Lakes Power Co. - Chapleau 

Mattawa Electric Light and Power Company 

Secondary Purchases 

Detroit Edison 

(3) Niagara Mohawk 














9 862 893 




Other Receipts 

Power Authority of the State of New York 

Hydro Quebec 






758 895 

355 090 

23 858 

37 062 

+4 144 


Miscellaneous Ontario Suppliers 




(5) Total Other Receipts 






1 179 049 


(6) Total Receipts from External Resources 


364.2 




11 041 942 


Total Demand 


22 845.4 




106 732 911 



(1) The maximum outputs reported in this table are the 20-minute peak output for each plant during the month of December. Since 
the various maximum outputs do not coincide, their sum is not the Primary Demand Peak of the system. 

(2) 25-Hertz 

(3) 25- and 60-Hertz 

(4) Adjustment to reconcile the sum of plant capacities with the calculated capacity of the system. 

(5) Scheduled interconnection transactions other than purchases. These include electrical energy exchanges, carrier transfers, water use 
adjustments, generating unit rentals. 

(6) The data for energy received excludes circulating exchanges. In 1978, this amounted to 188,815 Mw.h. 



46 



Analysis of Energy Sales 

ANALYSIS OF 
by Ontario Hydro and Associated 



Sales By Associated 

Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 

Listed In 

Statement A 



Ultimate Use: 
Residential Service: 

Continuous Occupancy. 

Intermittent Occupancy 



Total Sales Residential-Type Service 

General Service (under 5,000 kw) 

-Primary 

-Secondary 



General Service (over 5,000 kW) 

-Primary 

-Secondary 



Farm 

Street Lighting . . 
Total Energy Sales 



Adjustments: 

Distribution Losses & Unaccounted for 

Generated by MEU 

Purchased by MEU from sources 
other than Ontario Hydro 

Ontario Hydro Bulk Power Sales . . . . 



Supplied to Heavy Water Plant and 
Construction Projects - Ontario Hydro . . . 

Non-Sales Transfers : 

Transmission Losses & Unaccounted for-O.H. 

Generated and Received by the Ontario Hydro 



kWh % 

17,025,577,108 28.8 



17,025,577,108 28.8 



31,645,398,787 53.4 



9,853,962,963 16.7 



630,757,605 1.1 



59,155,696,463 100.0 



2,383,175,768 
(229,797,850) 

(24,480,000) 



61,284,594,381 



Excludes circulating - 188,815,400 kW.h 



Appendix I - Operations 

ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities During 1978 



47 



Sales By Ontario Hydro 
Power District 


Total 


Retail Customers 


Direct Customers 


kWh 
5,904,562,900 


% 

45.7 
3.3 


kWh 


% 


kWh 

22,930,140,008 
431,715,700 


% 

23.6 
.4 


431,715,700 








6,336,278,600 


49.0 
34.3 

16.3 
.4 




58.7 
41.3 


23,361,855,708 
36,074,137,287 


24.0 
37.1 

25.3 
10.7 

2.2 

.7 


4,428,738,500 










14,774,977,578 
10,392,871,683 


24,628,940,541 
10,392,871,683 

2,105,581,500 

686,833,305 


2,105,581,500 
56,075,700 






12,926,674,300 


100.0 


25-167,849,261 


100.0 


97,250,220,024 


100.0 


982,653,898 




8,854,000 




3,374,683,666 
(229,797,850) 

(24,480,000) 










13,909,328,198 
698,813,731 




25,176,703,261 




100,370,625,840 

698,813,731 
967,368,222 
4,696,103,224 
106,732,911,017* 




967,368,222 













48 



Transmission 

NUMBER OF ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 

By Ontario Hydro And Associated Municipal Electrical Utilities 



Retail Customers of 334 Municipal Utilities 

Retail Customers of Ontario Hydro 
(Including 2 Utilities) 

Direct Customers (Including 1 1 Utilities) . 

Total 



1978 


1977 


Increase 

Or 
Decrease 
Per Cent 


2,046,952 


1,979,494 


+3.4 


785,705 


795,162 


-1.2 


108 


113 


-4.4 


2,832,765 


2,774,769 


+2.1 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 



Classified by Voltages and Types of Supporting Structures 






Line Length Circuit Length 




At Dec. 31 
1978 


At Dec. 31 
1977 


At Dec. 31 
1978 


At Dec. 31 
1977 


500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . 
345 000-volt steel tower 


km 

1,038 

5 

7,596 

1,522 

3 

3,495 

5,293 

102 

13 

13,332 


km 

1,038 

5 

7,483 

1,516 

3 

3,503 

5,279 

100 

13 

13,196 


km 

1,038 

5 

11,421 

1,528 

6 

5,918 

5,318 

175 

13 

14,681 


km 

1,038 

5 

11,257 

1,516 

6 

5,932 

5,304 

173 

13 

14,480 


230,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . 

230,000-volt wood pole 

230,000-volt underground 

115 000-volt steel tower 


11 5, 000-volt wood pole 

11 5, 000-volt underground 

69,000-volt steel tower or wood pole . 

44,000-volt and less-wood and steel . 




32,399 


32,136 


40,103 


39,724 



49 

APPENDIX II-FINANCE 

Table of Financial Statements 

Statement of Operations 31 

Statement of Financial Position 32 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates 

and Contingencies 34 

Equities Accumulated Through 

Debt Retirement Appropriations 34 

Statement of Changes in 

Financial Position 35 

Notes to Financial Statements 36 

Fixed Assets in Service and 

Under Construction 50 

Accumulated Depreciation 52 

Details of Bonds and Notes Payable 53 

Summary of the Allocation of Amounts Charged 

for Primary Power 56 

Statement of the Amounts Charged for 

Primary Power to Municipalities 58 

Statement of Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 

Through Debt Retirement Appropriations 76 



50 



Appendix II - Finance 



FIXED 

For the Year Ended 



POWER SUPPLY FACILITIES 

Generating stations 

Fossil-electric 

Nuclear-electric 


Balance 
December 31, 
1977 


IN 


Placed 

In 
Service 


$'000 

1,970,287 
1,543,859 
1,709,666 


$'000 

215,236 

442,564 

7,662 


Hydro-electric 

Total generating stations 

Transformer stations 


5,223,812 

904,005 

869,384 

98,156 

710,341 


665,462 
84,187 


Transmission lines 


173,220 


Communication equipment 

Retail distribution facilities 

Total power supply facilities 


5,643 
59,102 


7,805,698 


987,614 


HEAVY WATER PLANT AND FACILITIES 




267,082 


101,270 


ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE FACILITIES 

Land and buildings 




148,371 
202,022 


14,106 


Office and service equipment 

Total administration and service facilities 

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS 


77,783 


350,393 


91,889 


8,423,173 


1,180,773 







Fixed Assets 



51 



ASSETS 
December 31, 1978 



SERVICE 


Under 
Construction 
December 3 1 . 
1978 


Total 
December 3 1 , 
1978 


1 


Retired 
or 
Reclassified 


Balance 
December 31, 
1978 


Expenditures 
During 1978 


$'000 

4,334 

349 

33 


$'000 

2,189,857 
1,986,772 
1,717,361 


$'000 

421,833 

1,724,923 

8,927 


$'000 

2,611,690 
3,711,695 
1,726,288 


$'000 

271,463 

731,553 

10,500 


4,716 

(11,858) 

(11,841) 

(142) 

(28,266) 


5,893,990 
976,334 

1,030,763 
103,657 
741,177 


2,155,683 

146,394 

228,170 

4,200 

3,978 


8,049,673 

1,122,728 

1,258,933 

107,857 

745,155 


1,013,516 

100,749 

155,658 

8,559 

59,304 


(47,391) 


8,745,921 


2,538,425 


11,284,346 


1,337,786 


- 


368,352 


1,094,669 


1,463,021 


255,810 


(52) 
(7,495) 


162,425 
272,310 


5,710 
12,540 


168,135 
284,850 


13,422 
87,228 


(7,547) 


434,735 


18,250 


452,985 


100,650 


(54,938) 


9,549,008 


3,651,344 


13,200,352 


1,694,246 



52 



Appendix II - Finance 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 

for the year ended December 31, 1978 





Balance 

December 31, 

1977 


Direct Indirect 
provision provision 


Retirements 

and 
Adjustments 


Balance 

December 31 

1978 


POWER SUPPLY FACILITIES 

Generating stations 

Fossil-electric 


$'000 

409,100 
98,182 
309,308 


$'000 

72,600 
64,800 
20,580 


$'000 
8 


$'000 

(196) 

(9) 

183 


$'000 

481,504 
162,981 
330,071 


Hydro-electric 


Total Generating Stations 

Transformer stations 

Transmission lines 


816,590 

215,014 
162,404 
21,755 
213,106 


157,980 

26,771 
16,757 
5,873 
25,413 


8 
55 


(22) 

(4,007) 

(2,992) 

(142) 

(12,831) 


974,556 

237,833 

176,169 

27,486 

225,688 


Retail distribution facilities 


Total power supply facilities 


1,428,869 


232,794 


63 


(19,994) 


1,641,732 


HEAVY WATER PLANT AND FACILITIES 


57,538 


441 


16,236 





74,215 


ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE 
FACILITIES: 


17,086 
103,574 


— 


4,738 
23,893 


(42) 
(5,805) 


21,782 
121,662 


Office and service equipment 


Total administration and service facilities .... 


120,660 


— 


28,631 


(5,847) 


143,444 


TOTAL ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 


1,607,067 


233,235 


44,930 


(25,841) 


1,859,391 



Bonds and Notes Payable 



53 



DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE 



Payable in Canadian currency (1) as at December 31,1 978 







Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1978 








% 


Can. $'000 


March 1, 1979 


_ 


1974 


8.0 


24,225 


May 15, 1979 


1974 


1954 


3.5 


34,492 


July 1, 1979 


- 


1959 


5.75 


24,093 


Oct. 15, 1979 


1974 


1954 


3.5 


49,206 


Feb. 15, 1980 


1978 


1960 


6.0 


26,305 


July 15, 1980 


1978 


1960 


5.5 


35,395 


Feb. 15, 1981 


1979 


1961 


5.5 


38,978 


May 21, 1981 


- 


1975 


8.75 


34,500 


June 14, 1981 


- 


1974 


9.625 


24,760 


Aug. 15, 1981 


- 


1974 


9.75 


25,000 


Nov. 15, 1981 


- 


1974 


9.375 


40,000 


Jan. 10, 1982 


- 


1975 


8.75 


40,000 


Feb. 10, 1982 


- 


1975 


7.75 


24,955 


June 15, 1982 


1979 


1962 


5.0 


31,479 


July 23, 1982 


- 


1975 


9.0 


75,000 


Dec. 30, 1982 


1975 (2,3) 


1975 


9.75 


100,000 


March 1, 1983 


1980 


1963 


5.25 


37,905 


June 15, 1983 


1979 


1963 


5.0 


50,879 


Aug. 15, 1983 


- 


1973 


8.375 


44,725 


Nov. 15, 1983 


1980 


1961 


5.25 


38,197 


Feb. 1, 1984 


1981 


1964 


5.25 


47,670 


Oct. 1, 1984 


1980 


1964 


5.25 


51,920 


Feb. 1, 1985 


1981 


1965 


5.25 


66,838 


Oct. 30, 1985 


- 


1975 


10.25 


25,000 


July 5, 1987 


1985 


1967 


6.25 


23,302 


Jan. 4, 1988 


1984 


1966 


5.75 


45,030 


April 15, 1988 


1984 


1966 


6.0 


44,543 


July5, 1988 


1984 


1966 


6.0 


41,981 


Jan. 5, 1989 


1985 


1967 


6.25 


36,170 


Sept. 20, 1989 


1985 


1967 


6.50 


25,690 


March 15, 1990 


1986 


1967 


6.0 


42,467 


April 1, 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.0 


36,932 


Aug. 15, 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.0 


40,853 


Sept. 18, 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.0 


48,649 


March 18, 1994 


1989 


1969 


7.75 


26,428 


April 1, 1994 


1990 


1970 


9.0 


44,359 


Mayl, 1994 


1989 


1969 


7.75 


27,276 


Oct. 1, 1994 


1989 


1969 


8.25 


21,999 


Dec. 1, 1994 


1989 


1969 


8.5 


18,922 


Feb. 1, 1995 


1990 


1970 


9.0 


9,008 


June 30, 1995 


1990 


1970 


9.0 


54,244 


Nov. 30, 1995 


1990 


1970 


8.75 


64,801 


Feb. 4, 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.5 


77,542 


April 1, 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.625 


41,223 


July 21, 1996 


1991 


1971 


8.25 


57,489 


Sept. 15, 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.875 


72,938 


Sept. 15, 1996 


- 


1970 


8.25 


6 


Feb. 1, 1997 


1992 


1972 


7.375 


64,093 


April 5, 1997 


1992 


1972 


7.625 


79,217 


Sept. 15, 1997 


1997 


1972 


8.25 


87,256 


Feb. 1, 1998 


1993 


1973 


7.75 


91,226 


May 15, 1998 


1993 


1973 


8.0 


110,438 


Nov. 30, 1998 


1993 


1973 


8.5 


46,924 


March 1, 1999 


1994 


1974 


8.5 


70,403 


June 14, 1999 


1994 


1974 


9.75 


70,609 


Aug. 15, 1999 


1994 


1974 


10.25 


71,128 


Nov. 15, 1999 


1994 


1974 


10.0 


56,067 


Jan. 10, 2000 


1995 


1975 


9.75 


57,335 


Feb. 10, 2000 


1995 


1975 


9.5 


94,531 


May 21, 2000 


- 


1975 


10.25 


64,750 


Oct. 30, 2000 


1995 


1975 


10.75 


100,000 


Jan. 29, 2001 


1996 


1976 


10.25 


150,000 


May 18, 2001 


1996 


1976 


10.0 


300,000 


Oct. 5, 2003 


1996 


1976 


9.5 


148,845 


Jan. 6, 2004 


1997 


1977 


9.25 


736,373 


Jan. 25, 2005 


1998 


1978 


9.375 


200,000 


Mayl, 2005 


1998 


1978 


9.75 


200,000 


June 27, 2008 


2000 


1978 


9.75 


200,000 


Aug. 30, 2008 


2000 


1978 


9.5 


200,000 
5,092,569 



54 



Appendix II - Finance 



DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 
as at December 31, 1978 



Payable in Canadian currency-long term notes (1) 



Maturity 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1978 



1979 
1980 
1981 
1983 



Total payable in Canadian dollars. 



1976-77 
1975-76-77 
1976-78 
1978 



7.25-9.375 
7.25-7.75 
7.75-9.5 
9.0 



Payable in United States currency-Eurodollar issues (1) 



Total payable in United States Dollars 



Can. $'000 

9,090 

16,350 

44,830 

50 



70,320 



Payable in United States currency 


(1) 






US $'000 


Can. $'000 


March 15, 1980 


1959 


(3) 


1954 


3.125 


28,861 


28,165 


May 15, 1981 


1961 


(3) 


1956 


3.875 


39,652 


38,936 


June 15, 1982 


1981 


(3) 


1975 


8.2 


125,000 


128,250 


Feb. 1, 1984 


1969 


(3) 


1959 


4.75 


63,703 


61,765 


Nov. 15, 1985 


1983 




1975 


8.4 


99,660 


100,876 


Sept. 15. 1990 


1975 


(3) 


1965 


4.75 


44,120 


47,484 


March 15, 1996 


._ 


(8) 


1976 


9.5 


650,000 


640,228 


April 1, 1996 


1981 


(3) 


1966 


5.5 


29,953 


32,293 


April 15, 1997 


1982 


(3) 


1967 


5.625 


56,184 


60,802 


Dec. 1, 1997 


1982 


(3) 


1967 


6.875 


64,800 


70,065 


Aug. 1, 1998 


1983 


(3) 


1968 


7.125 


64,615 


69,341 


Feb. 15, 1999 


1984 


(3) 


1969 


7.375 


65,175 


70,023 


Sept. 1, 1999 
Feb. 15, 2000 


1984 


(3) 


1969 


8.375 


77,225 


83,235 


1985 


(3) 


1970 


9.25 


84,325 


90,439 


Aug. 1, 2000 


1985 


(3) 


1970 


9.25 


66,640 


67,975 


May 15, 2001 


1986 


(3) 


1971 


7.85 


78,505 


79,271 


May 15, 2002 


1987 


(3) 


1972 


7.7 


86,625 


85,759 


Dec. 15, 2002 


1987 


(3) 


1972 


7.3 


79,625 


79,346 


Oct. 15, 2003 


1998 


(3) 


1973 


7.9 


96,485 


96,514 


March 15, 2004 


1989 


(3) 


1974 


8.6 


113,855 


110,507 


Oct. 1, 2004 


1989 


(3) 


1974 


10.25 


172,760 


169,621 


March 1, 2005 


1990 


(3) 


1975 


8.875 


193,620 


194,085 


June 15, 2005 


1990 


(3) 


1975 


9.125 


148,165 


152,017 


Nov. 15, 2005 


1990 


(3) 


1975 


9.25 


196,975 


199,378 


Jan. 15, 2007 


1992 


(3) 


1977 


8.40 


292,625 


299,251 


Sept. 15, 2007 


1992 


(3) 


1977 


8.375 


199,210 


214,033 


Jan. 5, 2008 


1993 


(3) 


1978 


8.75 


250,000 


273,700 


June 1, 2008 


1993 


(3) 


1978 


9.375 


200,000 


223,600 


Nov. 30, 2008 


1993 


(3) 


1978 


9.375 


250,000 


292,875 



4,059,8341 



Jan. 15, 


1977-1986 


1977 (3,4) 


1971 


8.25 


27,060 


27,883 


Sept. 15, 


1980 


- 


1975 


9.0 


75,000 


76,785 


Jan. 2, 


1983 


- 


1976 


9.0 


75,000 


76,053 


May 27, 


1983 


- 


1976 


8.25 


74,750 


73,330 


Sept. 10, 


1986 


- 


1976 


8.5 


98,250 


95,921 


April 15. 


1987 


- 


1977 


8.0 


123,480 


129,555 


June 1, 


1985 


- 


1978 


8.5 


125,000 


139,875 



619,402 



4,516,903 



4.679.236 



Bonds and Notes Payable 



55 



DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 
as at December 31, 1978 



Payable in West German Currency (1) 



Maturity 


Callable 


Year of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1978 


Aug. 1, 1975-1984 
Dec. 1, 1977-1986 
Junel, 1980-1987 
March 1, 1981-1988 


1975 (3,4) 
1977 (3,4) 

1980 (4,5) 

1981 (4,5) 


1969 

1971 
1972 
1973 


% 

7.0 
7.5 
6.5 
6.5 


DM '000 

90,000 
80,000 
100,000 
100,000 


Can $'000 

29,964 

27,828 
30,783 
35,480 




370,000 


124,055 








Payable in Swiss currency 






Nov. 1980 
Oct. 2, 1987 
Dec. 10, 1990 


1983 (1,3,6) 
1981 (1,3,7) 


1978 
1972 
1975 


2.625 

5.5 

7.75 


Sw.Fr'000 

150,000 
100,000 
80,000 


Can $'000 

106,215 
25,912 
30,812 


Total payable in Sw 




330,000 


162,939 









(1) Bonds and notes payable in United States dollars include $3,420 million of Ontario Hydro bonds held bv the Province of Ontario 
and having terms identical with Province of Ontario issues sold in the United States on behalf of Ontario Hydro. Except for these 
issues, all bonds and notes payable are guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario. 

(2) Payable 1980-1982 in annual instalments of $35, $30 and $35 million. 

(3) Callable at various declining premiums. 

(4) Payable in equal annual instalments. 

(5) Callable for three years at 101% and thereafter at par. 

(6) Redeemable 1983-1986, by purchase in the market, of up to 10,000,000 Sw.fr. annually, at prices not exceeding par. 

(7) Redeemable 1980-1989, by purchase in the market, of up to 4,000,000 Sw.fr. annually, at prices not exceeding par. 

(8) Payable 1981-1995 in annual instalments of 5.5% of original amount of note of $650 million. 



56 



Appendix II - Finance 



SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 
FOR PRIMARY POWER 

for the year ended December 31, 1978 





MUNICIPALITIES 


POWER DISTRICT 


TOTAL 






Retail 
Customers 


Direct 
Customers 




AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER 
Common Functions 

Operation, maintenance and administration. . . 

Cost of return on equity 

Debt retirement appropriation 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 


$'000 

472,485 
5,313 
75,858 

113,274 


$'000 

106,568 
1,174 
16,769 

25,039 


$'000 

88,048 

959 

13,682 

20,430 


$'000 

667,101 

7,446 

106,309 

158,743 




Total common demand functions 

Energy at 9.30 mills per kWh 


666,930 
569,937 


149,550 
129,373 


123,119 

136,668 


939,599 

835,978 


Total common functions 

Other functions 

Transformation and metering - stage I 

Transformation and metering - stage II 

Special facilities 

Return on equity 

Total bulk charges allocated 


1,236,867 

41,312 
1,300 
1,813 

(5,259) 

1,276,033 


278,923 

9,435 

6,249 

(151) 

(1,204) 

293,252 
147,366 


259,787 

2,383 

77 

(2,920) 

(983) 

258,344 


1,775,577 

53,130 
7,626 
(1,258 
(7,446 

1,827,629 
147,366 




Total amount charged for primary power . 


1,276,033 
1,280,505 


440,618 
442,224 


258,344 
261,815 


1,974,995 
1,984,544 




Balance refunded (municipalities) or transferred 
to reserve for stabilization of rates and 
contingencies (power district) (note 7). . . 


4,472 


1,606 


3,471 


9,549 


PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY SUPPLIED 
Average of monthly peak load used in allocating the 
amount charged for bulk power '000 kW .... 
Energy '000 MWh ... 


9,849 
61,284 


2,177 
13,911 


1,776 
14,695 


13,802 
89,890 





See accompanying notes on page 57 



A llocation of Charges for Power 5 7 



NOTES TO STATEMENTS OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER 

1. Certain common functions in the production and supply of power are considered to be used by all customers in relation to demand 
requirements. Therefore the associated charges are allocated at a common rate to all customers. 

2. Stage I transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at high-voltage stations from 115 kV to a 
voltage less than 1 IS kV but exceeding 10 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at low-voltage stations from 44 kV, 27.6 kV, 
13.8 kV or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers 
requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities charges are those associated with low-voltage line facilities located within a municipality's or local system's bound- 
aries that serve only that customer. Also included in this category are charges for providing standby services, adjustments for the 
net surpluses or deficits arising from power contracts containing unusual rates or supply conditions, and reductions allowed for 
interruptible power. 

4. Return on equity is calculated at .56% on equities accumulated through debt retirement charges, after giving recognition to direct 
customers' contributions for debt retirement prior to 1966 and the charges of $56.98 and $85.83 million included in the 1974 and 
1977 bulk power rates for system expansion that were credited to the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies. As a 
result of the decision of the Supreme Court of Ontario in the case of Nepean H.E.C. vs Ontario Hydro, return on equity was paid 
only until October 1978. The charge of providing the return on equity is included in common demand functions. 

5. The portion of the amount charged for power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has 
been classified as energy charge. For allocation purposes, this charge has been established at 9.30 mills per kWh. 

6. The demand charge is the per kilowatt charge for primary power, exlusive of energy cost. 

7. The provision to stabilization of rates and contingencies as shown on the Statement of Operations consists of: 

$'000 

In Common Demand Functions 158,743 

Less Excess Revenues per AIB Guidelines 1,30,292 28,451 

In Other Functions (1,813) 

Surplus Retail Customers 1,606 

' Surplus Direct Customers 3,471 

In Retail Distribution Charge 2,284 

33,999 



58 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

AUiston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora (R) 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenheim (R) 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 



kW 

9,228.2 
1,133.9 
22,535.8 
6,616.1 
1,913.0 

6,646.6 
4,125.7 
708.6 
8,963.8 
3,846.8 

246.3 

473.4 

13,099.4 

3,083.4 

1,178.8 

7,427.1 
16,545.1 
246.5 
8,868.0 
3,665.2 

62,049.4 

1,659.5 

1,264.7 

846.7 

4,104.5 

3,239.5 
1,579.1 
3,602.0 
57,956.6 
1,754.8 

2,086.0 
4,856.9 
1,035.7 
1,584.9 
2,638.5 

1,127.0 
19,194.6 
4,089.2 
6,616.6 

2,532.1 



kWh '000 
52,536.5 
6,303.4 
135,180.0 
37,973.1 
10,550.9 

40,113.8 
22,646.3 
3,986.2 
54,612.0 
22,226.0 

1,298.3 
2,774.5 
82,789.4 
17,592.8 
6,661.6 

48,399.7 
100,324.6 
1,352.9 
49,399.8 
20,031.4 

355,342.7 

9,241.2 

6,638.9 

4,819.8 

22,989.9 

19,007.5 

8,832.7 

21,634.7 

350,345.6 

9,813.0 

11,742.8 
28,300.4 
5,544.7 
9,135.3 
15,299.3 

6,456.6 

107,982.1 

19,286.1 

40,110.5 

14,229.4 



$ 

624,936 

76,789 

1,526,127 

448,048 

129,553 

450,111 
279,396 
47,988 
607,034 
260,507 

16,681 

32,065 

887,092 

208,809 

79,828 

502,965 

1,120,440 

16,695 

600,546 

248,208 

4,201,988 

112,383 

85,650 

57,339 

277,961 

219,384 
106,939 
243,927 
3,924,821 
118,838 

141,264 
328,910 
70,142 
107,335 
178,679 

76,320 

1,299,863 

276,924 

448,081 

171,476 



$ 

488,589 

58,622 

1,257,175 

353,151 
98,124 

373,058 
210,611 
37,073 
507,892 
206,703 

12,075 

25,804 

769,942 

163,613 

61,953 

450,118 
933,020 
12,582 
459,418 
186,292 

3,304,687 

85,944 

61,742 

44,824 

213,806 

176,770 

82,145 

201,203 

3,258,214 

91,261 

109,209 

263,195 

51,566 

84,958 

142,284 

60,047 

1,004,234 

179,362 

373,028 

132,333 



$ 

41,896 

5,035 

102,313 

30,038 
8,494 

30,176 
18,732 
3,146 
40,696 
17,465 

1,094 
2,102 
58,763 
13,998 
5,234 

33,247 
75,116 
1,094 
39,855 
16,640 

281,704 
7,368 
5,616 
3,844 
18,634 

14,708 
7,027 

16,204 

263,123 

7,890 

9,271 
21,972 
4,703 
7,085 
11,715 

5,004 
87,143 
18,565 
30,040 
11,460 



'see notes p. 57 (R) Restructured 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



59 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


- 482 


(5,896) 


1,150,007 


1,148,745 


1,262 


71.67 


124.62 


21.89 


— 


(603) 


145,399 


145,613 


(214) 


76.53 


128.23 


23.07 


19,180 


(8,324) 


2.896,471 


2,892,185 


4,286 


72.74 


128.53 


21.43 


1,862 


(3,328) 


829,771 


832,039 


(2,268) 


72.04 


125.42 


21.85 


— 


(696) 


244,849 


246,462 


(1,613) 


76.70 


127.99 


23.21 


2,899 


(3,243) 


853,001 


856,573 


(3,572) 


72.21 


128.34 


21.26 


3,974 


(2,050) 


510,663 


513,065 


(2,402) 


72.73 


123.77 


22.55 


— 


(517) 


91,162 


91,552 


(390) 


76.33 


128.65 


22.87 


2,848 


(5,306) 


1,153,164 


1,159,699 


(6,535) 


71.99 


128.65 


21.12 


— 


(2,441) 


482,234 


485,550 


(3,316) 


71.63 


125.36 


21.70 





(176) 


30,881 


31,011 


(130) 


76.34 


125.36 


23.78 


— 


(406) 


61,885 


62,586 


(701) 


76.20 


130.70 


22.30 


11,582 


(6,009) 


1,756,069 


1,772,875 


(16,806) 


75.28 


134.06 


21.21 


4,472 


(1,450) 


389,442 


391,469 


(2,027) 


73.24 


126.30 


22.14 


— 


(673) 


152,118 


152,842 


(724) 


76.49 


129.04 


22.83 


_ 


(3,507) 


1,005,932 


1,013,308 


(7,376) 


74.84 


135.44 


20.78 


3,659 


(8,043) 


2,124,192 


2,119,082 


5,110 


72.00 


128.39 


21.17 


— 


(140) 


31,439 


31,600 


(161) 


76.49 


127.53 


23.24 


1,565 


(5,070) 


1,116,194 


1,122,279 


(6,085) 


74.06 


125.87 


22.60 


76 


(1,516) 


449,700 


455,441 


(5,741) 


71.87 


122.69 


22.45 


_ 


(27,505) 


7,760,874 


7,776,576 


(15,702) 


71.82 


125.08 


21.84 


— 


(660) 


213,167 


215,590 


(2,423) 


76.66 


128.45 


23.07 


— 


(494) 


158,712 


159,003 


(291) 


76.67 


125.49 


23.91 


— 


(354) 


105,653 


106,517 


(864) 


71.84 


124.78 


21.92 


537 


(2,192) 


508,746 


518,039 


(9,293) 


71.86 


123.95 


22.13 


1,501 


(1,665) 


410,698 


411,750 


(1,052) 


72.21 


126.78 


21.61 


1,001 


(861) 


203,194 


204,572 


(1,378) 


76.66 


128.67 


23.00 


373 


(1,530) 


467,502 


469,359 


(1,857) 


73.93 


129.79 


21.61 


— 


(28,848) 


7,417,310 


7,449,339 


(32,029) 


71.76 


127.98 


21.17 


— 


(713) 


221,059 


222,928 


(1,869) 


73.97 


125.97 


22.53 





(1,606) 


267,909 


269,473 


(1.534) 


76.09 


128.43 


22.81 


— 


(2,592) 


615,340 


615,182 


158 


72.50 


126.69 


21.74 


— 


(618) 


125,793 


127,308 


(1,515) 


71.66 


121.45 


22.69 


1,311 


(951) 


205,164 


204,900 


264 


75.84 


129.44 


22.46 


1,387 


(1,145) 


345,849 


349,617 


(3,768) 


77.15 


131.08 


22.61 


_ 


(699) 


146,194 


146,972 


(778) 


76.44 


129.72 


22.64 


— 


(9,801) 


2,381,439 


2,396,448 


(15,009) 


71.75 


124.07 


22.05 


— 


(1,251) 


473,600 


487,765 


(14,165) 


71.95 


115.82 


24.56 


— 


(2,581) 


848,568 


853,972 


(5,404) 


71.87 


128.25 


21.16 


439 


(1,211) 


316,284 


315,742 


542 


72.65 


124.91 


22.23 



60 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Brampton (R) 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville* 

Burks Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge-N Dumfries (R) 

Campbellford 

Campbellville 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 



kW 

172,649.0 

102,046.9 

20,779.0 

394.5 

96.8 

4,176.5 

35,625.6 

1,355.8 

1,030.3 



1,671.9 

141,989.0 

701.2 

7,683.0 

2,845.5 

118,883.9 

3,952.5 

544.6 

1,917.8 

3,987.0 

1,413.8 
7,367.3 
2,622.7 
1,218.4 
1,085.4 

4,265.1 

57,336.9 

568.0 

2,601.6 

3,349.7 

3,232.8 

853.3 

4,030.9 

1,414.7 

25,039.7 

8,307.6 

2,605.5 

1,362.3 

26,252.4 

786.7 



kWh '000 

1,061,389.2 

618,335.8 

114,382.8 

2,183.5 

560.0 

23,492.3 

212,074.7 

7,816.0 

6,686.2 



9,029.8 

847,426.5 

3,649.7 

44,797.4 

16,906.6 

701,291.6 
17,464.7 
2,964.3 
11,273.7 
23,909.2 

7,781.3 
42,549.5 
14,268.7 
7,442.2 
6,331.6 

25,445.2 

339,796.3 

3,127.8 

14,456.4 

18,833.1 

19,237.3 
4,923.2 

22,999.3 

7,471.4 

151,634.3 

50,037.1 
15,727.8 
7,069.2 
160,827.1 
4,067.4 



$ 

11,691,794 

6,910,622 

1,407,159 

26,718 

6,555 

282,837 

2,412,570 

91,820 

69,777 



113,221 
9,615,498 
47,485 
520,296 
192,702 

8,050,822 

267,664 

36,885 

129,876 

270,000 

95,746 
498,915 
177,611 
82,513 
73,507 

288,838 

3,882,857 

38,465 

176,184 

226,846 

218,929 
57,788 

272,975 

95,806 

1,695,693 

562,597 
176,448 
92,258 
1,777,816 
53,279 



$ 
9,870,920 
5,750,524 
1,063,761 

20,307 
5,209 

218,479 

1,972,295 

72,689 

62,183 



83,978 

7,881,067 

33,942 

416,616 

157,232 

6,522,012 

162,422 

27,569 

104,845 

222,356 

72,366 
395,711 
132,699 
69,212 
58,885 

236,640 

3,160,107 

29,089 

134,445 

175,149 

178,908 
45,787 
213,894 
69,484 
1,410,200 

465,345 

146,269 

65,744 

1,495,693 

37,827 



$ 

782,998 

463,294 

94,129 

1,752 

430 

18,962 

161,741 

6,020 

4,575 



7,590 

644,535 

3,183 

34,881 

12,729 

539,436 
17,944 
2,418 
8,707 
18,101 

6,278 
33,230 
11,645 
5,410 
4,929 

18,947 
260,310 
2,522 
11,812 
15,027 

14,677 
3,789 

18,300 

6,422 

113,681 

831 

11,830 

6,079 

119,186 

3,493 



See notes p. 57 (R) Restructured 'Deleted due to Restructuring 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



61 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


1,576 


(71,012) 


22,316,883 


22,586,026 


(269,143) 


72.09 


129.26 


21.03 


— 


(65,173) 


13,059,267 


13,109,744 


(50,477) 


71.62 


127.97 


21.12 


24,911 


(8,995) 


2,591,136 


2,568,420 


22,716 


73.51 


124.70 


22.65 


— 


(251) 


50,459 


50,613 


(154) 


76.43 


127.90 


23.11 


— 


(28) 


12,640 


12,708 


(68) 


76.77 


130.58 


22.57 


2,100 


(2,114) 


520,264 


520,915 


(651) 


72.26 


124.57 


22.15 


. — 


(20,423) 


4,526,183 


4,557,629 


(31,446) 


71.69 


127.05 


21.34 


— 


(900) 


176,273 


179,536 


(3,263) 


76.40 


130.01 


22.55 


— 


(939) 


140,645 


143,129 


(2,484) 


76.15 


136.50 


21.03 


_ 


(784) 


204,005 


204,713 


(708) 


71.79 


122.02 


22.59 


201,861 


(49,848) 


18,297,774 


18,336,453 


(38,679) 


73.36 


128.87 


21.59 


— 


(367) 


84,243 


85,324 


(1,081) 


71.74 


120.14 


23.08 


9,636 


(2,325) 


979,104 


977,743 


1,361 


73.21 


127.44 


21.86 


— 


(1,598) 


370,361 


370,009 


352 


74.90 


130.15 


21.91 


_ 


(68,043) 


15,058,790 


15,136,459 


(77,669) 


71.81 


126.67 


21.47 


11,124 


(1,446) 


457,708 


468,585 


(10,877) 


74.71 


115.80 


26.21 


— 


(255) 


69,286 


70,914 


(1,628) 


76.59 


127.21 


23.37 


— 


(1,021) 


242,407 


244,132 


(1,725) 


71.73 


126.40 


21.50 


1,617 


(2,059) 


510,015 


514,335 


(4,320) 


72.15 


127.92 


21.33 


_ 


(1,009) 


180,309 


181,459 


(1,150) 


76.35 


127.53 


23.17 


724 


(5,130) 


934,129 


942,371 


(8,242) 


73.08 


126.79 


21.95 


— 


(912) 


333,894 


334,241 


(347) 


76.71 


127.31 


23.40 


108 


(753) 


162,461 


164,508 


(2,047) 


76.53 


133.33 


21.83 


— 


(480) 


136,841 


138,735 


(1,894) 


71.82 


126.07 


21.61 


— 


(1,400) 


563,433 


544,054 


19,379 


76.62 


132.10 


22.14 


— 


(31,835) 


7,271,439 


7,270,108 


1,331 


71.70 


126.82 


21.40 


— 


(367) 


72,492 


73,218 


(726) 


76.41 


127.63 


23.18 


1,157 


(1,939) 


321,659 


324,626 


(2,967) 


71.96 


123.64 


22.25 


— 


(1,808) 


424,069 


424,629 


(560) 


74.31 


126.60 


22.52 


_ 


(1,765) 


410,749 


412,295 


(1,546) 


71.71 


127.05 


21.35 


— 


(543) 


111,002 


112,677 


(1,675) 


76.42 


130.08 


22.55 


801 


(2,924) 


503,046 


508,616 


(5,570) 


71.73 


124.80 


21.87 


— 


(703) 


171,009 


173,114 


(2,105) 


71.76 


120.88 


22.89 


14,458 


(12,977) 


3,221,055 


3,228,806 


(7,751) 


72.32 


128.64 


21.24 


— 


(3,078) 


1,025,695 


1,023,089 


2,606 


67.45 


123.46 


20.50 


2,513 


(1,285) 


335,775 


340,580 


(4,805) 


72.73 


128.87 


21.35 


— 


(848) 


168,444 


170,086 


(1,642) 


75.38 


123.64 


23.83 


6,524 


(12,082) 


3,387,137 


3,398,239 


(11,102) 


72.05 


129.02 


21.06 


— 


(603) 


97,851 


99,127 


(1,276) 


76.29 


124.37 


24.06 



62 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 

PER KWH 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo* 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra-Tavistock. 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro* 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 



kW 

2,282.7 
1,065.6 

656.2 
1,422.6 

618.7 

8,330.5 
491.3 
4,884.0 
2,935.3 
1,020.6 

1,124.5 
4,324.9 

7,821.0 
477.3 

2,210.0 
19,345.6 
6,402.2 
3,120.5 
868.9 

112,246.6 

3,035.7 

1,275.2 

1,753.8 

325.4 

2,902.1 

2,831.7 
163.0 
696.0 

2,887.1 
7,616.8 
6,183.5 
465,185.9 
5,339.7 

2,916.5 

14,902.8 

570.6 

1,122.4 

2,232.4 



kWh '000 
13,485.6 
5,958.1 
3,577.6 
7,999.2 
3,355.2 

48,869.2 
2,682.5 
26,971.2 
17,549.2 
6,048.9 

6,128.3 
24,016.5 

47,177.2 
2,415.2 

12,432.3 
113,692.0 
37,899.7 
17,757.2 
4,799.7 

711,691.6 
16,014.6 
6,888.7 
9,788.5 
1,741.3 

16,801.8 

15,113.1 

843.5 

4,038.6 

17,947.2 
44,554.9 
36,601.4 
2,872,164.4 
31,983.3 

17,076.0 

87,659.4 

3,046.1 

5,555.0 

12,814.9 



$ 

154,590 
72,167 
44,440 
96,343 
41,901 

564,145 

33,273 
330,748 
198,784 

69,117 

76,151 
292,887 

529,643 
32,328 

149,661 

1,310,089 

433,562 

211,324 

58,844 

7,601,345 

205,583 

86,357 

118,771 

22,042 

196,536 

191,767 
11,038 
47,133 

195,514 
515,813 
418,749 
31,502,395 
361,607 

197,511 

1,009,223 

38,646 

76,014 

151,178 



$ 

125,417 
55,410 
33,273 
74,393 
31,203 

454,484 

24,948 

250,832 

163,208 

56,255 

56,994 

223,353 

438,748 
22,461 

115,620 
1,057,337 
352,467 
165,142 
44,638 

6,618,733 
148,936 
64,065 
91,034 
16,195 

156,258 

140,553 

7,845 

37,559 

166,910 
414,361 
340,393 
26,711,129 
297,446 

158,807 
815,233 
28,329 
51,662 
119,180 



$ 

10,364 
4,732 
2,914 
6,317 
2,747 

37,821 
2,181 
22,173 
13,105 
4,531 

4,993 
19,636 

35,508 
2,120 

10,033 
87,830 
29,066 
13,855 
3,858 

509,600 

13,783 

5,726 

7,787 

1,445 

12,921 

12,573 

724 

3,090 

13,108 

34,581 

28,073 

2,111,944 

23,995 

13,242 
67,659 
2,534 
4,984 
9,912 



See notes p. 57 'Deleted due to Restructuring 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



63 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 


, 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


190 


(999) 


289,562 


290,818 


(1,256) 


71.91 


126.85 


21.47 


— 


(561) 


136,970 


136,328 


642 


76.53 


128.53 


22.99 


— 


(382) 


83,460 


82,949 


511 


76.48 


127.18 


23.33 


— 


(768) 


183,256 


183,648 


(392) 


76.52 


128.81 


22.91 


— 


(460) 


78,423 


77,718 


705 


76.32 


126.75 


23.37 





(3,465) 


1,052,985 


1,071,635 


(18,650) 


71.84 


126.40 


21.55 


— 


(314) 


62,495 


62,872 


(377) 


76.42 


127.20 


23.30 


135 


(2,781) 


601,107 


599,449 


1,658 


71.72 


123.08 


22.29 


1,173 


(1,461) 


385,684 


385,744 


(60) 


75.79 


131.39 


21.98 


— 


(594) 


134,310 


134,729 


(419) 


76.48 


131.60 


22.20 





(691) 


142,957 


144,786 


(1,829) 


76.45 


127.13 


23.33 


5,708 


(2,460) 


539,124 


544,840 


(5,716) 


73.01 


124.65 


22.45 


1,367 


(3,671) 


1,001,595 


1,006,391 


(4,796) 


71.97 


128.06 


21.23 


— 


(339) 


58,909 


58,754 


155 


76.35 


123.40 


24.39 


102 


(1,059) 


274,357 


276,195 


(1,838) 


71.83 


124.14 


22.07 


113 


(11,425) 


2,443,944 


2,440,533 


3,411 


71.68 


126.33 


21.50 


2,066 


(4,879) 


812,282 


818,305 


(6,023) 


71.82 


126.87 


21.43 


159 


(2,124) 


403,647 


407,297 


(3,650) 


76.43 


129.35 


22.73 


— 


(715) 


110,883 


112,877 


(1,994) 


76.24 


127.61 


23.10 


76,764 


(72,851) 


14,733,591 


14,831,666 


(98,075) 


72.29 


131.26 


20.70 


1,428 


(1,963) 


367,767 


368,334 


(567) 


72.08 


121.14 


22.96 


— 


(627) 


158,645 


161,392 


(2,747) 


74.17 


124.41 


23.03 


— 


(998) 


225,188 


227,244 


(2,056) 


76.49 


128.40 


23.01 


— 


(270) 


41,007 


41,358 


(351) 


76.23 


125.99 


23.55 


441 


(1,742) 


376,928 


379,415 


(2,487) 


76.04 


129.88 


22.43 


_ 


(921) 


357,848 


358,012 


(164) 


76.73 


126.37 


23.68 


— 


(114) 


20,292 


20,493 


(201) 


76.36 


124.49 


24.06 


— 


(590) 


90,602 


92,145 


(1,543) 


76.21 


130.18 


22.43 


174 


(949) 


374,757 


371,639 


3,118 


71.99 


129.80 


20.88 


2,836 


(2,562) 


965,029 


969,922 


(4,893) 


72.30 


126.70 


21.66 


499 


(2,971) 


784,743 


787,509 


(2,766) 


71.86 


126.91 


21.44 


591,335 


(221,542) 


60,695,261 


60,897,222 


(201,961) 


73.05 


130.48 


21.13 


838 


(3,238) 


692,757 


690,150 


2,607 


74.03 


129.74 


21.66 


222 


(821) 


368,961 


371,021 


(2,060) 


72.05 


126.50 


21.61 


8,389 


(6,952) 


1,893,552 


1,902,181 


(8,629) 


72.36 


127.06 


21.60 


— 


(379) 


71,926 


72,263 


(337) 


76.40 


126.04 


23.61 


— 


(585) 


137,575 


139,448 


(1,873) 


76.54 


122.56 


24.77 


381 


(1,338) 


290,252 


288,176 


2,076 


76.63 


130.02 


22.65 



64 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Forest 

Frankford 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Gran ton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener-Wilmot(R). 

LOrignal 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 



kW 

4,001.9 
2,153.8 

21,522.5 
2,203.3 

69,369.1 

14,072.8 

1,588.5 

1,361.4 

472.3 

5,711.7 

6,847.9 
119,237.0 

2,706.1 
790,129.7 

11,743.8 

2,797.7 
2,968.4 
1,365.7 
1,389.2 
23,619.6 

10,284.8 

2,419.7 

230.6 

6,114.6 

10,825.2 

3,286.2 
1,158.4 
8,475.1 
4,219.7 
13,192.0 

682.1 
10,031.5 

2,049.1 
84,587.4 

6,641.3 

262.0 

217,593.0 

1,896.5 

3,596.7 

2,123.2 



kWh '000 

23,002.1 

12,422.0 

131,113.3 

12,043.6 

414,440.9 

85,542.8 
9,022.6 
8,013.5 
2,027.6 

33,836.5 

39,756.5 

735,797.7 

15,612.3 

5,510,187.1 

62,763.3 

16,285.6 
16,678.8 
8,240.4 
8,179.0 
139,980.8 

62,533.4 
11,614.9 
1,008.2 
36,019.0 
65,929.8 

20,498.2 
6,592.3 
48,723.3 
25,466.3 
83,565.2 

3,768.1 

58,423.1 

11,863.8 

529,195.9 

39,006.1 

1,525.6 

1,360,172.8 

11,034.9 

20,8842 

11,943.8 



$ 
271,009 
145,857 

1,457,506 
149,211 

4,697,679 

953,010 

107,576 

92,194 

31,986 

386,798 

463,742 

8,074,733 

183,258 

53,507,594 

795,296 

189,466 

201,025 

92,491 

94,077 

1,599,522 

696,487 
163,864 
15,620 
414,085 
733,085 

222,545 
78,448 
573,937 
285,759 
893,362 

46,194 

679,335 

138,767 

5,728,265 

449,754 

17,743 

14,735,400 

128,431 

243,573 

143,783 



$ 

213,920 
115,525 

1,219,355 
112,006 

3,854,301 

795,549 
83,911 
74,526 
18,858 

314,679 

369,735 

6,842,919 

145,195 

51,244,740 

583,699 

151,456 
155,113 
76,637 
76,065 
1,301,821 

581,562 
108,020 
9,376 
334,978 
613,148 

190,633 
61,308 
453,128 
236,838 
777,156 

35,043 
543,336 
1 10,333 
4,921,523 
362,758 

14,188 

12,649,608 

102,626 

194,224 

111,077 



$ 

17,768 
9,563 

97,712 

9,814 

232,091 

63,890 
7,053 
6,181 
2,115 

25,931 

31,090 

527,042 

12,037 

3,329,689 

53,083 

12,702 
13,246 
6,064 
6,307 
107,233 

46,693 
10,985 
1,024 
27,760 
49,147 

14,752 

5,143 

38,478 

19,157 

1,319 

3,097 
45,543 

9,098 

384,028 

30,006 

1,163 

123,667 
8,420 
15,970 
9,438 



See notes p. 57 (R) Restructured 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



65 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


2,754 


(2,345) 


522,715 


521,286 


1,429 


77.16 


130.62 


22.72 


— 


(925) 


280,574 


282,542 


(1,968) 


76.63 


130.27 


22.59 


19,754 


(11,345) 


2,782,982 


2,794,696 


(11,714) 


72.65 


129.31 


21.23 


374 


(1,226) 


279,447 


281,032 


(1,585) 


75.99 


126.83 


23.20 


— 


(20,943) 


8,800,348 


8,812,762 


(12,414) 


71.30 


126.86 


21.23 


_ 


(8,452) 


1,803,997 


1,803,271 


726 


71.66 


128.19 


21.09 


166 


(931) 


205,559 


207,380 


(1,821) 


76.58 


129.40 


22.78 


— 


(792) 


172,109 


171,307 


802 


71.68 


126.42 


21.48 


— 


(276) 


54,101 


54,218 


(117) 


74.62 


114.54 


26.68 


951 


(3,408) 


724,951 


723,136 


1,815 


71.83 


126.92 


21.43 


741 


(3,618) 


861,690 


863,999 


(2,309) 


71.84 


125.83 


21.67 


154 


(59,651) 


15,385,197 


15,425,685 


(40,488) 


71.64 


129.03 


20.91 


1,554 


(2,841) 


351,398 


354,839 


(3,441) 


76.20 


129.85 


22.51 


2,346 


(489,645) 


107,594,724 


107,774,860 


(180,136) 


71.32 


136.17 


19.53 


15,595 


(6,333) 


1,452,849 


1,460,384 


(7,535) 


74.01 


123.71 


23.15 


1,081 


(1,960) 


352,745 


354,365 


(1,620) 


71.95 


126.08 


21.66 


662 


(2,083) 


379,250 


380,456 


(1,206) 


75.51 


127.76 


22.74 


— 


(660) 


181,224 


182,485 


(1,261) 


76.58 


132.69 


21.99 


— 


(857) 


175,592 


175,076 


516 


71.64 


126.40 


21.47 


2,606 


(7,148) 


3,004,034 


3,020,785 


(16,751) 


72.07 


127.18 


21.46 


_ 


(3,490) 


1,321,252 


1,320,206 


1,046 


71.92 


128.47 


21.13 


486 


(1,310) 


282,045 


283,585 


(1,540) 


71.92 


116.56 


24.28 


— 


(159) 


26,991 


27,183 


(192) 


76.37 


117.02 


26.77 


447 


(4,128) 


773,142 


774,909 


(1,767) 


71.66 


126.44 


21.46 


1,452 


(8,435) 


1,388,397 


1,392,757 


(4,360) 


71.62 


128.26 


21.06 


— 


(1,667) 


434,482 


435,964 


(1,482) 


74.20 


132.21 


21.20 


— 


(730) 


149,845 


150,687 


(842) 


76.43 


129.35 


22.73 


— 


(4,004) 


1,061,539 


1,060,388 


1,151 


71.79 


125.25 


21.79 


548 


(2,442) 


539,860 


544,811 


(4,951) 


71.81 


127.94 


21.20 


— 


(4,449) 


1,667,388 


1,672,345 


(4,957) 


67.48 


126.39 


19.95 


— 


(327) 


84,007 


85,007 


(1,000) 


71.78 


123.15 


22.29 


5,158 


(3,909) 


1,269,463 


1,268,881 


582 


72.38 


126.55 


21.73 


— 


(901) 


267,338 


272,154 


(4,816) 


76.62 


130.46 


22.53 


— 


(48,171) 


10,985,645 


11,051,184 


(65,539) 


71.69 


129.87 


20.76 


5,772 


(3,435) 


852,014 


852,427 


(413) 


73.67 


128.29 


21.84 


— 


(171) 


34,207 


34,375 


(168) 


76.41 


130.56 


22.42 


— 


(118,314) 


27,414,884 


27,555,795 


(140,911) 


67.86 


125.99 


20.16 


— 


(625) 


248,145 


243,448 


4,697 


76.73 


130.84 


22.49 


— 


(1,905) 


469,486 


471,393 


(1,907) 


76.53 


130.53 


22.48 


633 


(1,257) 


273,557 


274,924 


(1,367) 


76.53 


128.84 


22.90 



66 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington , 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martin town 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford , 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga (R) 

Mitchell 

Moore Township.. 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 



kW 

927.8 

805.3 

1,188.6 

484.0 

15,502.0 

23,599.2 

10,411.5 

318,216.9 

2,025.3 

1,676.7 

527.4 
2,046.4 

237.2 
2,286.1 
18,257.4 

1,593.3 

260.6 

1,610.2 

1,166.4 

890.8 

6,866.7 
687.4 

1,327.3 

20,623.7 

980.1 

1,010.2 

21,439.1 

2,105.5 

457,027.9 

5,016.9 

126.5 

540.3 

3,521.1 

1,096.0 

5,115.3 

7,439.2 

99,727.9 

523.4 

341.6 

584.0 



kWh '000 
4,899.0 
4,606.4 
7,232.3 
3,159.0 
93,126.7 

144,275.9 

59,706.4 

1,896,434.5 

11,942.4 

9,500.8 

3,146.8 

11,553.7 

1,379.2 

12,711.3 

104,826.6 

9,639.1 
1,409.5 
9,640.2 
6,701.7 
5,342.8 

40,264.1 

3,744.1 

7,756.2 

122,715.0 

6,524.9 

5,855.9 
130,045.9 
11,154.6 

2,957,727.3 
25,713.7 

706.3 
2,709.9 

20,519.3 
6,453.7 

29,391.1 

42,817.2 

623,466.5 

2,818.0 

1,787.4 

3,363.2 



$ 

62,836 
54,535 
80,492 
32,776 
1,049,799 

1,598,138 

705,070 

21,549,651 

137,158 

113,548 

35,717 

138,586 

16,067 

154,819 

1,236,393 

107,900 
17,653 

109,043 
78,989 
60,326 

465,018 

46,555 

89,885 

1,396,637 

66,374 

68,413 

1,451,860 

142,590 

30,949,933 

339,745 

8,570 
36,591 

238,453 
74,221 

346,414 

503,789 

6,753,575 

35,449 

23,139 

39,548 



$ 

45,561 
42,840 
67,260 
29,380 
866,079 

1,341,767 

555,270 

17,636,841 

111,065 

88,358 

29,266 
107,450 

12,827 
118,215 
974,888 

89,644 
13,108 
89,654 
62,326 
49,689 

374,457 

34,820 

72,134 

1,141,250 

60,682 

54,461 

1,209,427 

103,739 

27,506,865 

239,138 

6,569 
25,202 
190,830 
60,019 

273,337 

398,201 

5,798,238 

26,208 

16,624 

31,278 



$ 

4,120 
3,576 
5,277 
2,197 
70,379 

107,140 

47,268 

1,444,705 

8,993 

7,445 

2,342 

9,116 

1,078 

10,380 

82,889 

7,138 
1,158 
7,310 
5,179 
3,955 

31,176 
3,053 
5,893 

93,631 
4,352 

4,485 
97,275 

9,349 

2,074,907 

22,777 

562 
2,399 
15,634 
4,866 

23,224 

33,610 

273,172 

2,324 

1,517 

2,593 



See notes p. 57 (R) Restructured 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



67 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


— 


(565) 


1 16,499 


118,110 


(1,611) 


76.45 


125.55 


23.78 


— 


(419) 


104,478 


102,718 


1,760 


76.54 


129.74 


22.68 


835 


(754) 


158,934 


159,991 


(1,057) 


77.13 


133.72 


21.98 


— 


(215) 


64,138 


64,944 


(806) 


71.81 


132.52 


20.30 


2,532 


(9,121) 


1,979,668 


1,992,312 


(12,644) 


71.83 


127.70 


21.26 





(13,404) 


3,033,641 


3,042,279 


(8,638) 


71.69 


128.55 


21.03 


796 


(5,582) 


1,302,822 


1,303,515 


(693) 


71.80 


125.13 


21.82 


— 


(172,146) 


40,459,051 


40,630,291 


(171,240) 


71.72 


127.14 


21.33 


— 


(1,000) 


266,140 


269,148 


(3,008) 


76.57 


131.40 


22.29 


— 


(1,239) 


216,328 


216,909 


(581) 


76.32 


129.02 


22.77 





(465) 


69,444 


69,599 


(155) 


76.18 


131.67 


22.07 


— 


(1,261) 


262,455 


264,676 


(2,221) 


75.74 


128.25 


22.72 


— 


(118) 


29,854 


30,544 


(690) 


71.77 


125.83 


21.64 


— 


(1,110) 


282,304 


284,941 


(2,637) 


71.77 


123.48 


22.21 


12,849 


(6,728) 


2,300,291 


2,311,954 


(11,663) 


72.60 


125.99 


21.94 


890 


(925) 


209,308 


212,058 


(2.750) 


75.10 


131.37 


21.71 


— 


(182) 


33,014 


33,195 


(181) 


76.36 


126.65 


23.42 


— 


(612) 


205,395 


205,634 


(239) 


71.88 


127.56 


21.31 


— 


(747) 


151,462 


151,429 


33 


76.42 


129.85 


22.60 


— 


(689) 


117,646 


117,083 


563 


76.29 


132.06 


22.02 


5,422 


(4,030) 


872,043 


879,180 


(7,137) 


72.46 


126.99 


21.66 


— 


(536) 


87,261 


88,580 


(1,319) 


76.28 


126.93 


23.31 


— 


(560) 


173,856 


173,377 


479 


76.64 


130.98 


22.41 


1,573 


(13,153) 


2,619,938 


2,622,115 


(2,177) 


71.70 


127.04 


21.35 


— 


(597) 


135,613 


137,306 


(1,693) 


76.45 


138.36 


20.78 





(541) 


131,768 


132,126 


(358) 


76.52 


130.43 


22.50 


19,630 


(7,883) 


2,773,208 


2,755,141 


18,067 


72.94 


129.35 


21.32 


219 


(1.564) 


264,650 


263,686 


964 


76.42 


125.69 


23.73 


— 


(150,423) 


60,381,282 


60,423,511 


(42,229) 


71.93 


132.12 


20.41 


1,307 


(2,955) 


600,012 


601,042 


(1,030) 


71.93 


119.60 


23.33 





(33) 


16,288 


16,950 


(662) 


76.80 


128.71 


23.06 


— 


(372) 


66,467 


66,621 


(154) 


76.37 


123.01 


24.53 


1,328 


(1,607) 


461,892 


461,776 


116 


76.98 


131.18 


22.51 


— 


(591) 


143,885 


144,068 


(183) 


76.52 


131.28 


22.29 


849 


(2,879) 


640,945 


645,259 


(4,314) 


71.86 


125.30 


21.81 


9,917 ! 


(4,663) 


948,888 


947,888 


1,000 


74.02 


127.55 


22.16 


9,352 


(34,569) 


12,803,922 


12,801,114 


2,808 


70.25 


128.39 


20.54 


— 


(404) 


66,142 


66,965 


(823) 


76.29 


126.35 


23.47 


— 


(154) 


42,800 


43,079 


(279) 


76.61 


125.26 


23.94 


— 


(2%) 


75,985 


76,539 


(554) 


76.55 


130.11 


22.59 



















68 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Newbury , 

Newcastle 

Newmarket (R).... 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich* 

Norwich (R) 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville* 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville* 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne.... 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 



kW 

433.0 
2,662.8 

21,992.8 
3,553.6 

71,136.9 

2,843.9 
71,037.6 
731,306.3 

2,683.6 

1,386.0 

161,474.1 

493.3 

1,000.3 

14,690.2 

30,639.0 

1,301.8 

185,203.0 

523,197.3 



30,692.2 
1,593.5 
2,438.6 
8,638.1 
2,083.4 

6,851.7 
18,585.2 

7,832.4 
10,537.1 
91,353.2 

4,716.7 
3,610.2 
6,299.2 
1,320.0 



8,279.5 

545.6 

17,069.5 

3,414.3 
10,944.6 



kWh '000 

2,474.9 

16,078.1 

133,749.2 

21,146.0 

439,617.4 

17,836.1 

446,945.8 

4,462,352.4 

15,161.0 

8,662.4 
1,113,340.2 
2,930.6 
5,866.2 
89,215.2 

168,249.1 

6,888.4 

1,140,532.2 

3,238,511.6 



187,070.5 
9,214.5 
14,011.0 
47,247.9 
12,135.1 

40,291.9 
98,645.7 
45,923.7 
60,968.0 
554,073.3 

26,698.2 

21,347.0 

36,295.3 

8,186.6 



42,723.2 
3,215.0 
111,716.1 
20,520.5 
64,468.6 



$ 

29,323 

180,326 

1,489,353 

240,652 

4,817,394 

192,591 

4,810,667 

49,524,068 

181,737 

93,865 

10,935,027 

33,412 

67,740 

994,827 

2,074,878 

88,158 

12,541,953 

35,430,928 



2,078,482 
107,917 
165,148 
584,976 
141,088 

464,001 

1,258,592 

530,416 

713,577 

6,186,440 

319,418 

244,483 

426,587 

89,390 



560,690 

36,953 

1,155,951 

231,216 

741,170 



$ 

23,017 

149,526 

1,243,868 

196,659 

4,088,443 

165,877 

4,156,597 

41,499,877 

140,998 

80,560 

10,354,064 

27,256 

54,557 

829,702 

1,564,717 

64,062 

10,606,950 

30,118,159 



1,739,757 

85,695 

130,303 

439,406 

112,856 

374,716 
917,405 
427,091 
567,003 
5,152,883 

248,293 

198,528 

337,547 

76,136 



397,326 

29,900 

1,038,961 

190,841 

599,559 



$ 

1,923 

12,089 

99,636 

16,133 

322,962 

12,686 

322,511 

3,002,627 

11,916 

6,154 
733,033 
2,191 
4,441 
66,694 

139,102 

5,780 

840,822 

2,002,118 



139,301 
7,235 
11,072 
39,218 
9,458 

31,107 

84,377 

35,559 

47,839 

414,743 

21,009 

16,029 

28,599 

5,861 



37,362 
2,423 
77,496 
15,500 
49,688 



See notes 57 (R) Restructured 'Deleted due to Restructuring 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



69 







Total 
















Amount 














Return 


Charged 


Amounts 










Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary 


Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


— 


(259) 


56,126 


57,322 


(1,196) 


76.46 


129.62 


22.68 


— 


(1,266) 


340,675 


341,847 


(1,172) 


71.78 


127.94 


21.19 


321 


(12,341) 


2,831,182 


2,801,230 


29,952 


72.17 


128.73 


21.17 


1,828 


(2,378) 


452,894 


454,799 


(1,905) 


72.11 


127.45 


21.42 


24,587 


(44,471) 


9,208,915 


9,228,775 


(19,860) 


71.98 


129.45 


20.95 


_ 


(1,715) 


380,506 


381,439 


(933) 


75.47 


133.80 


21.33 


108,305 


(33,896) 


9,364,184 


9,389,163 


(24,979) 


73.31 


131.82 


20.95 


16,657 


(286,923) 


93,756,306 


94,415,551 


(659,245) 


71.46 


128.20 


21.01 


954 


(2,178) 


346.579 


349,119 


(2,540) 


76.61 


129.15 


22.86 


_ 


(830) 


186,541 


187,952 


(1,411) 


76.46 


134.58 


21.53 


126,640 


(62,380) 


22,089,312 


22,197,853 


(108,541) 


72.68 


136.80 


19.84 


— 


(593) 


64,684 


64,723 


(39) 


75.86 


131.10 


22.07 


— 


(518) 


131,121 


131,370 


(249) 


76.54 


131.08 


22.35 


10,650 


(6,012) 


1,895,861 


1,893,492 


2,369 


72.58 


129.06 


21.25 


26,676 


(10,842) 


3,794,531 


3,795,884 


(1,353) 


72.78 


123.85 


22.55 


— 


(667) 


163,712 


164,745 


(1,033) 


76.55 


125.76 


23.77 


— 


(95,122) 


23,894,603 


23,903,991 


(9,388) 


71.75 


129.02 


20.95 


I 


(233,642) 


67,317,563 


67,834,834 


(517,271) 


71.10 


128.67 


20.79 




(18,562) 


3,938,978 


3,933,957 


5,021 


71.65 


128.34 


21.06 


— 


(828) 


200,019 


201,620 


(1,601) 


71.74 


125.52 


21.71 


1,120 


(1,881) 


305,762 


308,654 


(2,892) 


71.95 


125.38 


21.82 


— 


(5,729) 


1,057,871 


1,058,480 


(609) 


71.60 


122.46 


22.39 


197 


(1,297) 


262,302 


263 436 


(1,134) 


71.73 


125.90 


21.62 


616 


(3,228) 


867,212 


873,386 


(6,174) 


71.88 


126.57 


21.52 


705 


(4,458) 


2,256,621 


2,285,850 


(29,229) 


72.06 


121.42 


22.88 


4,146 


(4,149) 


993,063 


1,001,576 


(8,513) 


72.26 


126.79 


21.62 


— 


(6,126) 


1,322,293 


1,331,420 


(9,127) 


71.68 


125.49 


21.69 


— 


(52,791) 


11,701,275 


11,783,353 


(82,078) 


71.68 


128.09 


21.12 


646 


(3,652) 


605,544 


604,267 


1,277 


75.74 


128.38 


22.68 


— 


(1,057) 


475,673 


474,438 


1,235 


76.77 


131.76 


22.28 


309 


(4,751) 


788,291 


790,315 


(2,024) 


71.55 


125.14 


21.72 


— 


(551) 


177,304 


179,383 


(2,079) 


76.64 


134.32 


21.66 


_ 


(6,022) 


1,000,488 


1,007,558 


(7,070) 


72.85 


120.84 


23.42 


108 


(337) 


71,721 


72,620 


(899) 


76.64 


131.44 


22.31 


1,161 


(11,199) 


2,262,370 


2,263,829 


(1,459) 


71.67 


132.54 


20.25 


3,372 


(2,387) 


438,542 


437,024 


1,518 


72.55 


128.44 


21.37 


14,927 


(3,321) 


1,402,023 


1,405,528 


(3,505) 


73.32 


128.10 


21.75 



70 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Princeton* 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Grimsby Twp.. 

South River 

South West Oxford 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 



kW 

22,061.3 

2,217.4 

5,340.2 

634.9 

2,068.1 

6,858.7 
153.3 

484.3 
1,458.7 

1,117.9 
9,278.5 
2,954.0 
26,865.6 
3,729.5 

1,155.0 

4,509.9 

1,060.0 

978.6 

327.0 

1,186.1 

12,268.3 

95,558.4 

486,899.4 

2,485.5 

2,797.2 
3,965.9 

22,477.7 
3,708.0 

14,795.1 

1,135.5 
1,541.9 
3,983.8 
5,095.7 
465.0 

217,073.1 

2,129.6 

1,218.3 

6,198.3 

37,524.8 



kWh *000 

126,751.9 

12,019.5 

30,958.8 

3,863.2 

11,922.8 

37,663.9 
764.7 

2,833.0 
8,845.8 

6,774.2 

51,121.0 

17,018.8 

162,170.7 

20,775.1 

6,487.6 
25,597.3 
6,458.0 
5,540.0 
1,685.3 

7,045.7 

67,153.5 

669,671.8 

3,030,208.7 

15,191.2 

15,328.6 
23,353.3 
139,659.7 
23,064.2 
84,416.2 

6,398.0 

8,792.9 

27,576.5 

30,212.1 

2,567.4 

1,319,043.4 

11,064.3 

7,328.7 

36,261.9 

220,773.6 



$ 
1,493,995 
150,168 
361,640 
43,001 
140,056 

464,474 
10,384 

32,799 
98,785 

75,707 

628,344 

200,045 

1,819,343 

252,562 

78,219 
305,412 
71,789 
66,276 
22,144 

80,327 

830,809 

6,471,218 

32,972,832 

168,320 

189,428 
268,576 

1,522,193 
251,106 

1,001,926 

76,897 
104,421 
269,784 
345,084 

31,495 

14,700,198 

144,220 

82,508 

419,754 

2,541,180 



$ 

1,178,793 

111,782 

287,918 

35,928 

1 10,882 

350,275 
7,113 

26,348 
82,267 

63,000 

475,425 

158,275 

1,508,188 

193,209 

60,335 
238,056 
60,059 
51,523 
15,674 

65,526 

624,528 

6,227,949 

28,180,942 

141,279 

142,557 
217,187 
1,298,836 
214,498 
785,072 

59,501 

81,775 

256,462 

280,973 

23,877 

12,267,104 

102,899 

68,158 

337,237 

2,053,194 



$ 
100,159 
9,846 
24,244 
2,819 
9,390 

31,139 
681 

2,150 
6,477 

5,075 
42,125, 
13,116 
121,971 
16,932 

5,128 
20,024 
4,707 
4,345 
1,485 

5,267 

55,698 

430,640 

2,210,523 

11,142 

12,700 
18,006 
102,049 
16,464 
67,170 

5,042 
7,000 
18,086 
23,135 
2,065 

893,950 

9,592 

5,453 

28,141 

170,362 



See notes p. 57 * Deleted due to Restructuring 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



71 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


6,160 


(10,607) 


2,768,500 


2,769,634 


(1,134) 


72.06 


125.49 


21.84 


1,134 


(1,225) 


282,571 


284,310 


(1,739) 


77.02 


127.43 


23.51 


668 


(2,347) 


672,123 


668,157 


3,966 


71.95 


125.86 


21.71 


— 


(471) 


84,389 


84,537 


(148) 


76.32 


132.90 


21.84 


2,739 


(1,774) 


261,293 


263,515 


(2,222) 


72.73 


126.34 


21.92 


1,178 


(4,497) 


842,569 


840,721 


1,848 


71.78 


122.85 


22.37 


— 


(82) 


18,847 


19,198 


(351) 


76.53 


122.92 


24.64 





(424) 


63,246 


63,529 


(283) 


76.18 


130.58 


22.32 


357 


(637) 


194,397 


196,120 


(1,723) 


76.87 


133.26 


21.98 


584 


(755) 


143,611 


145,467 


(1,856) 


72.11 


128.46 


21.20 


832 


(4,665) 


1,142,061 


1,145,457 


(3,396) 


71.85 


123.09 


22.34 


— 


(1,161) 


384,750 


391,545 


(6,795) 


76.67 


130.25 


22.61 


17,756 


(11,940) 


3,455,318 


3,460,017 


(4,699) 


72.48 


128.61 


21.31 


1,915 


(2,397) 


462,221 


465,062 


(2,841) 


72.13 


123.94 


22.25 





(561) 


148,781 


148,800 


(19) 


76.57 


128.81 


22.93 


— 


(1,529) 


584,062 


583,042 


1,020 


76.72 


129.51 


22.82 


— 


(664) 


141,085 


140,794 


291 


76.43 


133.09 


21.85 


— 


(750) 


126,190 


128,654 


(2,464) 


76.29 


128.94 


22.78 


— 


(230) 


39,073 


39,387 


(314) 


71.56 


1 19.49 


23.18 





(525) 


156,407 


157,023 


(616) 


76.62 


131.86 


22.20 


7,175 


(4,507) 


1,513,703 


1,526,867 


(13,164) 


72.48 


123.38 


22.54 


— 


(68,603) 


13,061,204 


13,141,327 


(80,123) 


71.51 


136.68 


19.50 


— 


(192,502) 


63,171,795 


63,128,172 


43,623 


71.86 


129.74 


20.85 


1,260 


(1,295) 


327,692 


334,003 


(6.311) 


75.00 


131.84 


21.57 


766 


(2,349) 


343,102 


343,659 


(557) 


71.69 


122.66 


22.38 


5,204 


(1,769) 


507,204 


512,946 


(5,742) 


73.13 


127.89 


21.72 


13,560 


(11,441) 


2,925,197 


2,930,572 


(5,375) 


72.35 


130.14 


20.95 


— 


(2,290) 


497,947 


498,240 


(293) 


76.44 


134.29 


21.59 


347 


(9,849) 


1,844,666 


1,857,041 


(12,375) 


71.62 


124.68 


21.85 





(670) 


146,334 


147,658 


(1,324) 


76.47 


128.87 


22.87 


— 


(496) 


192,700 


194,141 


(1,441) 


71.94 


124.97 


21.92 


1,278 


(2,734) 


542,876 


548,043 


(5,167) 


71.89 


136.27 


19.69 


1,905 


(2,259) 


648,838 


657,287 


(8,449) 


72.19 


127.33 


21.48 


100 


(366) 


59,450 


59,958 


(508) 


76.49 


127.83 


23.16 


506 


(116,829) 


27,744,929 


27,811,060 


(66,131) 


71.30 


127.81 


21.03 


— 


(962) 


259,506 


261,205 


(1,699) 


73.54 


121.85 


23.45 


403 


(796) 


159,590 


160,686 


(1,096) 


75.04 


130.99 


21.78 


— 


(6,882) 


778,250 


778,790 


(540) 


71.15 


125.56 


21.46 


— 


(25,223) 


4,739,513 


4,756,348 


(16,835) 


71.59 


126.30 


21.47 



72 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
9.3 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. 

Thamesford* 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour.. 
Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 



kW 

2,892.0 
2,238.8 
7,767.1 
7,357.5 
45,092.5 

10,558.2 

7,744.1 

102,485.5 

861.6 

1,544.1 

3,574.6 
1,286.3 
5,708.5 
1,743.2 
2,896.8 



1,327.8 

951.3 

2,058.9 

2,260.9 

440.0 
555.3 

7,548.9 
159,770.2 

6,196.2 

17,727.3 

1,179,155.3 

2,587.6 

30,827.0 

2,849.8 

4,746.6 
2,203.4 
66,079.5 
1,386.6 
8,726.5 

27,505.3 
458.0 
777.6 

10,078.6 
2,618.0 



kWh '000 
16,452.3 
13,316.6 
42,578.8 
43,944.9 

269,696.7 

59,981.0 

46,072.7 

656,999.2 

4,825.4 

8,871.8 

21,795.1 
7,582.2 

32,455.5 
9,798.4 

17,627.7 



6,561.8 
5,513.6 
12,108.1 
13,397.6 

2,332.8 
2,969.5 

47,478.9 
999,902.2 

33,772.6 

97,745.9 

7,473,091.1 

14,682.9 

197,213.2 

15,237.2 

25,078.9 

12,492.7 

392,931.8 

7,892.8 

49,307.6 

167,036.7 
2,671.3 
4,163.6 
55,158.6 
16,065.9 



$ 

195,846 
151,617 
525,991 
498,253 
3,053,666 

715,007 

524,436 

6,940,319 

58,348 

104,568 

242,077 
87,110 
386,582 
118,052 
196,173 



89,919 
64,427 
139,432 
153,112 

29,800 
37,607 

511,214 
10,819,642 

419,608 

1,200,498 
79,852,407 

175,237 
2,087,607 

192,991 

321,444 
149,220 
4,474,906 
93,901 
590,964 

1,862,665 

31,016 

52,661 

682,526 

177,293 



$ 

153,007 
123,844 
395,984 
408,688 
2,508,180 

557,823 

428,476 

6,110,093 

44,877 

82,508 

202,694 
70,515 

301,836 
91,126 

163,938 



61,025 
51,276 
112,605 
124,598 

21,695 
27,616 

441,555 
9,299,091 

314,085 

909,037 

69,499,748 

136,551 

1,834,084 

141,707 

233,235 

116,182 

3,654,267 

73,403 

458,562 

1,553,441 
24,844 
38,721 
512,976 
149,413 



$ 

13,129 
10,165 
35,263 
33,404 
204,720 

47,935 

35,158 

465,285 

3,826 

7,010 

16,229 
5,711 

25,917 
7,786 

13,152 



5,895 
4,224 
9,348 
10,265 

1,954 

2,466 

34,264 

725,317 

28,112 

80,483 

4,569,152 

11,748 

139,955 

12,938 

21,550 

9,784 

300,001 

6,157 

39,619 

124,875 
2,034 
3,453 

45,282 
11,624 



See notes p. 57 'Deleted due to Restructuring 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



73 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


ON 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


— 


(1,503) 


360,479 


362,012 


(1,533) 


71.74 


124.65 


21.91 


— 


(1,209) 


284,417 


284,753 


(336) 


71.72 


127.04 


21.36 


519 


(3,791) 


953,966 


955,259 


(1,293) 


71.84 


122.82 


22.40 


1,462 


(3,146) 


938,661 


945,883 


(7,222) 


72.03 


127.58 


21.36 


— 


(29,090) 


5,737,476 


5,787,298 


(49,822) 


71.61 


127.24 


21.27 


5,826 


(5,943) 


1,320,648 


1,327,243 


(6,595) 


72.25 


125.08 


22.02 


3,357 


(3,107) 


988,320 


998,118 


(9,798) 


72.29 


127.62 


21.45 


117,620 


(52,139) 


13,581,178 


13,710,712 


(129,534) 


72.90 


132.52 


20.67 


— 


(569) 


110,704 


111,264 


(560) 


76.40 


128.49 


22.94 


— 


(562) 


193,524 


189,918 


3,606 


71.90 


125.33 


21.81 





(1,938) 


459,062 


465,253 


(6,191) 


71.72 


128.42 


21.06 


— 


(734) 


168,905 


169,705 


(800) 


76.49 


131.31 


22.28 


3,001 


(2,713) 


714,623 


717,982 


(3,359) 


72.31 


125.18 


22.02 


— 


(1,061) 


222,202 


221,504 


698 


75.19 


127.46 


22.68 


— 


(1,465) 


371,798 


373,073 


(1,275) 


71.75 


128.35 


21.09 


— 


(1,071) 


162,274 


163,507 


(1,233) 


76.25 


122.21 


24.73 


— 


(655) 


123,934 


125,278 


(1,344) 


76.37 


130.27 


22.48 


2,027 


(842) 


262,570 


261,437 


1,133 


72.84 


127.53 


21.69 


— 


(1,013) 


286,962 


288,307 


(1,345) 


71.81 


126.92 


21.42 


21 


(351) 


55,275 


56,157 


(882) 


76.31 


125.61 


23.69 


— 


(239) 


70,171 


70,538 


(367) 


76.63 


126.36 


23.63 


588 


(8,976) 


978,645 


985,936 


(7,291) 


71.15 


129.64 


20.61 


— 


(121,245) 


20,724,762 


20,682,336 


42,426 


71.51 


129.72 


20.73 


1,387 


(3,397) 


760,730 


761,750 


(1,020) 


72.08 


122.77 


22.53 


1,615 


(7,871) 


2,183,762 


2,181,730 


2,032 


71.91 


123.19 


22.34 


12,832 


(912,633) 


153,021,506 


153,417,330 


(395,824) 


70.83 


129.77 


20.48 


2,227 


(949) 


324,814 


325,330 


(516) 


72.75 


125.52 


22.12 


— 


(17,219) 


4,044,427 


4,063,173 


(18,746) 


71.70 


131.20 


20.51 


— 


(1,580) 


346,056 


348,696 


(2,640) 


71.71 


121.43 


22.71 


2,182 


(2,570) 


575,841 


581,616 


(5,775) 


72.18 


121.31 


22.96 


— 


(798) 


285,185 


286,335 


(1,150) 


76.70 


129.42 


22.83 


61,077 


(19,467) 


8,470,784 


8,483,221 


(12,437) 


72.89 


128.19 


21.56 


— 


(678) 


179,577 


182,239 


(2,662) 


76.57 


129.51 


22.75 


10,381 


(4,469) 


1,095,057 


1,103,043 


(7,986) 


72.94 


125.49 


22.21 


6,694 


(15,871) 


3,531,804 


3,539,487 


(7,683) 


71.93 


128.40 


21.14 


91 


(282) 


59,947 


60,535 


(588) 


76.64 


130.89 


22.44 


— 


(417) 


98,228 


99,067 


(839) 


76.52 


126.32 


23.59 


— 


(4,394) 


1,259,650 


1,268,641 


(8,991) 


74.08 


124.98 


22.84 


— 


(1,486) 


349,672 


354,311 


(4,639) 


76.49 


133.56 


21.76 



74 



Appendix II— Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 





Primary Power 












Energy Supplied 












During Year 






Transformation 




(Principal Bases 






and Metering 




of Allocation) 






(Note 2) 






Common 
Demand 


Energy at 
9.3 Mills 






Municipality 


Average of 










Monthly 




Functions 


per kWh 








Peak Loads 


Energy 


(Note 1) 


(Note 5) 


Stage I 


Stage II 




kW 


kWh '000 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Waterford 


2,664.0 


15,048.3 


180,407 


139,949 


11,877 


10,655 


Waterloo North (R) 


105,591.9 


640,288.9 


7,150,686 


5,954,687 


168,047 


10,865 


Watford 


1,948.7 


10,733.6 


131,968 


99,823 


8,680 


8,163 


Waubaushene 


880.8 


4,965.2 


59,649 


46,177 


3,911 


4,316 


Webbwood 


548.2 


3,089.9 


37,127 


28,736 


2,489 


— 


Welland 


54,986.7 


315,130.0 


3,723,704 


2,930,709 


249,640 





Wellington 


1,409.3 


7,639.3 


95,438 


71,046 


6,257 


6,906 




2,033.0 


10,682.0 


137,675 


99,343 


9,027 


9,962 


Westport 


1,069.3 


6,311.3 


72,415 


58,696 


4,748 


5,240 


Wheatley 


1,833.0 


10,144.0 


124,133 


94,340 


8,168 


7,545 


Whitby 


43,741.6 


259,751.5 


2,962,185 


2,415,690 


198,587 


_ 


Wiarton 


3,022.6 


18,187.9 


204,695 


169,148 


13,723 


— 


Williamsburg 


379.3 


1,983.2 


25,688 


18,444 


1,684 


1,859 


Winchester 


4,495.0 


28,759.5 


304,407 


267,463 


20,109 


14,605 


Windermere 


348.1 


1,512.7 


23,577 


14,068 


1,581 


— 


Windsor 


312,669.8 


1,948,343.6 


21,174,007 


18,119,595 


1,419,521 


_ 


Wingham 


7,396.2 


44,212.3 


500,876 


411,174 


33,580 


— 


Woodbridge 


4,117.1 


24,393.2 


278,815 


226,857 


18,692 


— 


Woodstock 


45,409.0 


270,422.5 


3,075,100 


2,514,930 


206,157 


— 


Woodville 


663.0 


3,648.1 


44,903 


33,927 


2,944 


3,249 


Wyoming 


1,477.6 


8,816.3 


100,066 


81,992 


6,561 


7,240 


York 


124,745.5 


810,881.5 


8,447,769 


7,541,198 


566,345 


— 


Zorra(R) 


2,892 6 


17,296 1 


195,889 


160,855 


12,889 


11,902 




1,074.2 


6,032.8 


72,745 


56,105 


4,769 


5,264 


Total Municipal 


9,848,348.8 


61,283,556.7 


666,930,234 


569,937,095 


41,311,609 


1,299,546 



See notes p. 57 (R) Restructured 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1978 



75 







Total 














Amount 












Return 


Charged 


Amounts 








Special 


on 


for 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Equity 


Primary 


Monthly 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Power 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


1,205 


(1,851) 


342,242 


344,064 


(1.822) 


75.94 


128.47 


22.74 


— 


(47,072) 


13,237,213 


13,303,921 


(66,708) 


68.97 


125.36 


20.67 


886 


(1,621) 


247,899 


246,057 


1.842 


75.99 


127.21 


23.10 


— 


(479) 


113,574 


112,322 


1,252 


76.52 


128.94 


22.87 


— 


(206) 


68,146 


68,819 


(673) 


71.88 


124.30 


22.05 





(32,589) 


6,871,464 


6,902,238 


(30,774) 


71.67 


124.97 


21.81 


— 


(899) 


178,748 


180,407 


(1,659) 


76.42 


126.83 


23.40 


— 


(1,494) 


254,513 


256,159 


(1.646) 


76.33 


125.19 


23.83 


— 


(566) 


140,533 


141,088 


(555) 


76.53 


131.42 


22.27 


— 


(1,193) 


232,993 


235,450 


(2,457) 


75.64 


127.11 


22.97 





(18,437) 


5,558,025 


5,535,464 


22,561 


71.84 


127.06 


21.40 


109 


(1,838) 


385,837 


386,814 


(977) 


71.69 


127.65 


21.21 


— 


(343) 


47,332 


47,926 


(594) 


76.16 


124.78 


23.87 


1,974 


(2,026) 


606,532 


601,500 


5,032 


75.43 


134.93 


21.09 


— 


(231) 


38,995 


39,087 


(92) 


71.60 


112.01 


25.78 


1,221 


(189,536) 


40,524,808 


40,720,059 


(195,251) 


71.66 


129.61 


20.80 


1,873 


(3,695) 


943,808 


943,250 


558 


72.01 


127.61 


21.35 


— 


(2,699) 


521,665 


526,783 


(5,118) 


71.60 


126.70 


21.39 


— 


(28,664) 


5,767,523 


5,772,773 


(5,250) 


71.63 


127.01 


21.33 


— 


(380) 


84,643 


84,168 


475 


76.49 


127.65 


23.20 


113 


(779) 


195,193 


194,993 


200 


76.61 


132.10 


22.14 


— 


(87,329) 


16,467,983 


16,537,185 


(69,202) 


71.56 


132.01 


20.31 


— 


(1.791) 


379,746 


385.136 


(5,390) 


75.61 


131.28 


21.96 


— 


(705) 


138,178 


138.379 


(201) 


76.40 


128.63 


22.90 


1,813.351 


(5,258,902) 


1.276.032,923 


1.280.504,865 


(4.471,932) 


71.70 


129.57 


20.82 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance i 
December 31, 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenheim . 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Brigden 



1,020,971.00 
104,335.00 

1,302,154.00 
553,203.00 
109,357.00 

543,062.00 
337,517.00 
93,650.00 
901,961.00 
419,903.00 

30,944.00 

72,802.00 

990,180.00 

241,048.00 

114,302.00 

572,286.00 

1,181,765.00 

23,654.00 

868,291.00 

245,440.00 



71,081.00 

8,734.00 

173,584.00 

50,962.00 

14,736.00 

51,196.00 
31,779.00 
5,458.00 
69,045.00 
29,630.00 

1,897.00 

3,647.00 

100,899.00 

23,750.00 

9,080.00 

57,208.00 
128,453.00 
1,899.00 
68,307.00 
28,232.00 



4,478,063.00 


477,940.00 


105,499.00 


12,783.00 


80,632.00 


9.742.00 


57,578.00 


6,522.00 


368,436.00 


31,616.00 


280,742.00 


24,953.00 


147,604.00 


12,163.00 


249,267.00 


27,745.00 


4,837,435.00 


446,415.00 


112,956.00 


13,517.00 





12,839.00 


440,734.00 


37,411.00 


106,429.00 


7,978.00 


163,385.00 


12.208.00 


184,904.00 


20,323.00 


121,795.00 


8,681.00 


1,650,474.00 


147.848.00 


183.882.00 


31,498.00 


423,277.00 


50,965.00 


202,544.00 


19.529.00 


4,662,078.00 


1,329,841.00 


11,306,080.00 


786.024.00 


1,448,893.00 


160.052.00 


43,489.00 


3.039.00 


75,387.00 


746.00 



133,171.00 



286,582.00 



7.536.607.00 



76.133.00CR 



1,092,052.00 
113,069.00 

1,475,738.00 
604,165.00 
124,093.00 

594,258.00 
369,296.00 
99,108.00 
971,006.00 
449,533.00 

32,841.00 

76,449.00 

1,091,079.00 

264,798.00 

123,382.00 

629,494.00 

1,443,389.00 

25,553.00 

936.598.00 

273,672.00 

4,956,003.00 

118,282.00 

90,374.00 

64,100.00 

400,052.00 

305,695.00 
159,767.00 
277,012.00 
5.283,850.00 
126,473.00 

299,421.00 
478,145.00 
114,407.00 
175,593.00 
205.227.00 

130,476.00 
1.798,322.00 
215.380.00 
474.242.00 
222.073.00 

13,528.526.00 

12,092,104.00 

1,608.945.00 

46.528.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



11 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31. 1978 



Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford....* 

Burgessville 

Burks Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge-N Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Campbellville 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 



355,766.00 

3,471,407.00 

158,468.00 

166,792.00 

50,697.00 

128,368.00 

7,758,754.00 

59,916.00 

364,335.00 

273,823.00 

10,957,568.00 
219,774.00 
42,662.00 
173,656.00 
333,826.00 

177,068.00 
902,291.00 
145,190.00 
129,953.00 
78,268.00 

212,917.00 

5,416,340.00 

64,078.00 

344,614.00 

310,781.00 

296,927.00 

94,911.00 

514,403.00 

118,408.00 

2,162,311.00 

477,152.00 
214,401.00 
146,444.00 
1,988,180.00 
107,282.00 

156,823.00 
94,485.00 
66,248.00 

131,710.00 
80,999.00 

551,095.00 
54,340.00 
470,492.00 
243,386.00 
101,617.00 



$ 

32,170.00 

274,409.00 

10,444.00 

7,937.00 

554.00 

12,878.00 

1,093.680.00 

5,401.00 

59,179.00 

21,918.00 

915,712.00 
30,444.00 
4.195.00 
14,772.00 
30,710.00 

10,890.00 
56,747.00 
20,202.00 
9,385.00 
8,361.00 

32,853.00 
441,642.00 
4,375.00 
20,039.00 
25,802.00 

24,901.00 
6,573.00 
31,049.00 
10,897.00 
192,870.00 

63.991.00 

20.069.00 

10,494.00 

202,211.00 

6,060.00 

17,583.00 
8,208.00 
5,055.00 

10,958.00 
4,766.00 

64,167.00 

3,785.00 

37,620.00 

22,610.00 

7,861.00 



701.417.00 



$ 

387.936.00 

3.745.816.00 

168,912.00 

174,729.00 



141.246.00 

8.852,434.00 

65.317.00 

423,514.00 

295.741.00 

12,574,697.00 
250,218.00 
46,857.00 
188,428.00 
364,536.00 

187,958.00 
959,038.00 
165,392.00 
139,338.00 
86,629.00 

245,770.00 

5,857,982.00 

68,453.00 

364,653.00 

336,583.00 

321,828.00 
101,484.00 
545,452.00 
129,305.00 
2,355,181.00 

541,143.00 
234,470.00 
156,938.00 
2,190,391.00 
113,342.00 

174,406.00 
102,693.00 

71,303.00 
142,668.00 

85,765.00 

615,262.00 
58,125.00 
508,112.00 
265,996.00 
109,478.00 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31. 1978 



Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra-Tavistock. 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 



119.536.00 
418.821.00 

64.029 00 
586.420.00 

59,427.00 

178,057.00 
1,944,925.00 
858,198.00 
369,192.00 
129,462.00 

12,459,617.00 

343,202.00 

102,167.00 

169,835.00 

48,286.00 

300,619.00 
104,432.00 
141,115.00 
19,789.00 
104,253.00 

149,764.00 
390,220.00 
498,771.00 
36,306,024.00 
560,308.00 



8.662.00 

33,313.00 

780.00 

60.242.00 

3,677.00 

17,023.00 

149,011.00 

49,314.00 

24,036.00 

6,693.00 

864,587.00 

23,383.00 

9,822.00 

13,509.00 

2,507.00 

22,354.00 
1,540.00 

21,812.00 
1,256.00 
5,361.00 

22,238.00 
58,669.00 
47,629.00 
3,583,125.00 
41.130.00 



119,081.00 


22,465.00 


1,153,343.00 


1 14.790.00 


66,163.00 


4,396.00 


98,066.00 


8,646.00 


229,379.00 


17,195.00 


407,696.00 


30,825.00 


150,639.00 


16,590.00 


1,899,721.00 


165,779.00 


208,769.00 


16,971.00 


3,148,758.00 


534.320.00 


1,457,522.00 


108,397.00 


159,332.00 


12,236.00 


136,857.00 


10,486.00 


48,265.00 


3,638.00 


588,497.00 


43,995.00 


603,460.00 


52,747.00 


9,938,562.00 


918,431.00 


516,336.00 


20.844.00 


83,904,270.00 


6.086,027.00 


1,071,764.00 


90,458.00 



64.809.00CR 



I05.972.00CR 



128.198.00 
452.134.00 

646,662.00 
63,104.00 

195.080.00 
2,093,936.00 
907,512.00 
393.228.00 
136,155.00 

13.324,204.00 

366,585.00 

111,989.00 

183,344.00 

50,793.00 

322,973.00 

162,927.00 
21,045.00 
109,614.00 

172,618.00 
448,889.00 
546,400.00 
39,889,149.00 
601.438.00 

141.546.00 
1.268.133.00 
70.559.00 
106,712.00 
246,574.00 

438,521.00 
167,229.00 

2,065,500.00 
225,740.00 

3.683.078.00 

1,565,919.00 

171,568.00 

147,343.00 

51.903.00 

632,492.00 

656,207.00 
10.856.993.00 

537,180.00 

89.990,297.00 

1,162,222.00 



Equities A ccumulated by Municipalities 



79 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1978 



Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock.-s 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener- Wilmot. 

L'Orignal 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 



344,354.00 
364,224.00 
111,139.00 
149,176.00 
1,072,902.00 

530,435.00 

222,748.00 

27,855.00 

719,328.00 

1,506,405.00 

280,791.00 
127,933.00 
638,882.00 
415,443.00 
660,166.00 

53,875.00 

654,879.00 

145,721.00 

8,158,438.00 

577,469.00 

29,741.00 
19,129,154.00 
98,187.00 
324,013.00 
213,284.00 

96,683.00 
71,979.00 
125,072.00 
33,740.00 
1,560,730.00 

2,281,543.00 

950,151.00 

29,087,260.00 

170,746.00 

220,446.00 

83,025.00 

216,008.00 

19,313.00 

185,822.00 

1,050,733.00 



21,550.00 
22.865.00 
10,520.00 
10,700.00 
181,932.00 

79,219.00 
18,638.00 
1.777.00 
47,099.00 
83,382.00 

25,313.00 
8,923.00 
65,280.00 
32,503.00 
101,612.00 

5,254.00 

77,269.00 

15,784.00 

651,541.00 

51,156.00 

2,018.00 

1,676,025.00 

14.608.00 

27,704.00 

16,354.00 

7,147.00 
6.203.00 
9.155.00 
3,728.00 
119.406.00 

181.774.00 

80,196.00 

2,451,520.00 

15,601.00 

12.915.00 

4,062.00 

15,763.00 

1,827.00 

17,609.00 

140,629.00 



158,140.00 


12.273.00 


31,932.00 


2,008.00 


94,973.00 


12,403.00 


129,084.00 


8,984.00 


115,998.00 


6.862.00 



$ 

365,904.00 
387,089.00 
121,659.00 
159,876.00 
1.254.834.00 

609,654.00 

241,386.00 

29.632.00 

766.427.00 

1.589.787.00 

306.104.00 
136,856.00 
704,162.00 
447.946.00 
761,778.00 

59,129.00 

732.148.00 

161.505.00 

8,809,979.00 

628.625.00 

31.759.00 

21,756.913.00 

112.795.00 

351,717.00 

229,638.00 

103,830.00 
78.182.00 

134,227.00 

37,468.00 

1,680,136.00 

2,463,317.00 

1.030,347.00 

31.538,780.00 

186,347.00 

233.361.00 

87.087.00 
231,771.00 

21,140.00 

203.431.00 

1,191,362.00 

170,413.00 
33,940.00 
107,376.00 
138.068.00 
122.860.00 



80 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1978 



Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moore Township. 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges.... 
Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 



$ 

686,344.00 

94,417.00 

92,121.00 

2,269,164.00 

102,508.00 

91,575.00 

1,292,296.00 

277,960.00 

23,168,125.00 

508,485.00 

57,900.00 
64,961.00 
268,471.00 
100,527.00 
490,584.00 

809,335.00 

5,244,380.00 

70,730.00 

24,805.00 

49,217.00 

44,447.00 
208,801.00 

1,352,303.00 
413,935.00 

7,702,828.00 

324,850.00 

5,430,650.00 

45,226,713.00 

248,376.00 



141,677.00 

9,915,917.00 

110,315.00 

88,351.00 

979,989.00 

1,681.509.00 

111.076.00 

15,882,550.00 

37,502,957.00 

90,080.00 

3.194,196.00 
140,717.00 
335,886.00 

1,001,973.00 
225,019.00 



$ 
52,892.00 

5,295.00 

10,224.00 

158,855.00 

7,550.00 

7,781.00 

165,137.00 

16,218.00 

3,520,288.00 

38,643.00 

975.00 
4.162.00 

27,122.00 
8,442.00 

39,402.00 

57,302.00 

764,637.00 

4,032.00 

2,632.00 

4,498.00 

3,335.00 
20,511.00 

174,675.00 
27.372.00 

547,937.00 

21.906.00 

547.172.00 

5,632.935.00 

2,467.00 

16.725.00 

10,676.00 

1.243,765.00 

3.800.00 

7,705.00 

113.153.00 

235.999.00 

10.027.00 

1,426,539.00 

4,029.962.00 

925.00 

236.409.00 
12.275.00 
18.784.00 
66,536.00 
16.048.00 



58.875.OOCR 



250.843.OOCR 
393.099.00 



91,005.00CR 



$ 
739.236.00 
99.712.00 
102,345.00 
2,428,019.00 
1 10,058.00 

99,356.00 

1,457,433.00 

294,178.00 

26.688,413.00 

547,128.00 



69,123.00 
295,593.00 
108,969.00 
529,986.00 

866,637.00 

6.009.017.00 

74,762.00 

27,437.00 

53,715.00 

47,782.00 
229,312.00 

2,248,443.00 
441,307.00 

8,250,765.00 

346.756.00 

5.977,822.00 

50,859.648.00 

409.824.00 

152,353.00 

11,159,682.00 

114,115.00 

96.056.00 

1,093.142.00 

1,917.508.00 

121.103.00 

17,309,089.00 

41,532,919.00 



3,430,605.00 
152.992.00 
354.670.00 

1.068,509.00 
241,067.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1978 



Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth .*. 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 



$ 

522,555.00 

626,990.00 

704,230.00 

1,052,564.00 

8,985,129.00 

657,548.00 
162,932.00 
840,457.00 
87,866.00 
138,426.00 

1,045,208.00 
57,886.00 

1,925,145.00 
420,892.00 
521,332.00 

1,787,565.00 

209,479.00 

388,318.00 

83,210.00 

319,111.00 

780,079.00 
13,927.00 
80,899.00 
75,290.00 

100,412.00 

139,779.00 
771,888.00 
183,261.00 
1,928,964.00 
416,419.00 

96,634.00 
240,043.00 
1 14,988.00 
133,223.00 

40,167.00 

87,769.00 

702,945.00 

12,244,823.00 

30,627,415.00 

222,958.00 

420,814.00 
291,430.00 

1,932,253.00 
377,536.00 

1,701,941.00 



52,776.00 
143,154.00 
60,330.00 
81,163.00 
703,654.00 

36,331.00 
27,808.00 
48,521.00 
10,167.00 
1.561.00 

63.774.00 
4,203.00 
131,479.00 
26.299.00 
84,302.00 

169,929.00 

17,080.00 

41.133.00 

4.891.00 

15,930.00 

52,830.00 

1.181.00 

887.00 

3,731.00 

11,236.00 

8,611.00 

71,469.00 

22.753.00 

206.935.00 

28,727.00 

8,897.00 
34.738.00 
8,165.00 
7,538.00 
2,519.00 

9,136.00 

94,497.00 

736,045.00 

3,750,375.00 

19.145.00 

21,546.00 
30,548.00 

173,136.00 
28.561.00 

113,960.00 



139.987.OOCR 



8l.786.OOCR 



575,331.00 

770.144.00 

764,560.00 

1.133,727.00 

9.688.783.00 

693,879.00 
190.740.00 
888.978.00 
98.033.00 



1,108,982.00 
62,089.00 

2.056,624.00 
447,191.00 
605,634.00 

1,957,494.00 

226,559.00 

429.451.00 

88,101.00 

335,041.00 

832,909.00 
15,108.00 

79,021.00 
111,648.00 

148.390.00 
843,357.00 
206,014.00 
2,135,899.00 
445,146.00 

105,531.00 
274,781.00 
123,153.00 
140,761.00 
42,686.00 

96,905.00 

797,442.00 

12,980,868.00 

34,377,790.00 

242,103.00 

442,360.00 
321,978.00 

2,105,389.00 
406,097.00 

1,815,901.00 



82 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1978 



South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

South West Oxford 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorn dale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 



115,972.00 

74,788.00 

475,970.00 

373,767.00 

65,546.00 

19,594,511.00 

158,890.00 

137,713.00 

1,266,740.00 

4,395,517.00 

254,414.00 
205,566.00 
625,749.00 
516,054.00 
5,029,728.00 

1,014,797.00 
486,137.00 

8,351,348.00 
98,991.00 
90,284.00 

326,338.00 

124,318.00' 

452,618.00 

182,741.00 

267,533.00 

203,822.00 
188,333.00 
1 14,599.00 
131,372.00 
166,337.00 

62,428.00 

39,907.00 

1,650,261.00 

27,196,046.00 

578,607.00 

1,204,222.00 

161,778,295.00 

153,155.00 

2,923,194.00 

269,271.00 

434,773.00 
127,856.00 
2,909,639.00 
112.127.00 
743,805.00 



8,746.00 
11,877.00 
30,686.00 
39,250.00 

3,582.00 

1,672,021.00 

16,404.00 

9,385.00 

47,743.00 

289,037.00 

22,276.00 
17,245.00 
59,827.00 
56,672.00 
347,328.00 

81,326.00 

59,650.00 

789,401.00 

6,637.00 

11,894.00 

27,534.00 
9.908.00 
43,970.00 
13,427.00 
22,313.00 

2.678.00 
10,227.00 

7,328.00 
15,859.00 
17,415.00 

3,390.00 
4,277.00 

58,146.00 
1,230,641.00 

47,727.00 

136.546.00 

9,082,522.00 

19,932.00 

237,447.00 

21.951.00 

36,561.00 
16,972.00 
508,982.00 
10,680.00 
67.217.00 



206.500.00CR 



131.707.00 



$ 
124,718.00 

86,665.00 
506,656.00 
413,017.00 

69,128.00 

21,266,532.00 

175,294.00 

147,098.00 

1,314,483.00 

4,684,554.00 

276.690.00 
222,811.00 
685.576.00 
572.726.00 
5.377.056.00 

1,096,123.00 
545,787.00 

9,140,749.00 
105,628.00 
102,178.00 

353,872.00 
134,226.00 
496.588.00 
196,168.00 
289,846.00 



198,560.00 
121,927.00 
147,231.00 
183.752.00 

65.818.00 

44,184.00 

1.708,407.00 

28,426,687.00 

626,334.00 

1.472,475.00 

170,860,817.00 

173,087.00 

3.160,641.00 

291,222.00 

471,334.00 
144,828.00 
3,418,621.00 
122,807.00 
811.022.00 



Equities A ccumulated by Municipalities 



83 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1977 



Additions in the^ 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance z 
December 31, 



Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo North 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zorra 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities. 



2,729,257.00 

48,750.00 

71,001.00 

763,230.00 

252,960.00 

320,712.00 
6,805,691.00 

288,464.00 
81,148.00 
31,884.00 

5,545,626.00 

156,497.00 

264,088.00 

96,906.00 

207,430.00 

2,990,376.00 
315,859.00 

61,161.00 
337,490.00 

40,059.00 

32,622,649.00 

631,119.00 

468,935.00 

4,934,692.00 

65,636.00 

130,099.00 
15,180,387.00 

122,832.00 
881,020,920.00 



$ 

211.862.00 

3,528.00 

5,990.00 

77,631.00 

20,166.00 

20,520.00 

813.329.00 

15,010.00 

6,785.00 

4,223.00 

423,539.00 
10,855.00 
15,659.00 
8,237.00 
14,119.00 

336.923.00 

23,282.00 

2.922.00 

34,624.00 

2,682.00 

2,405.970.00 

56.970.00 

31.713.00 

349.766.00 

5,107.00 

11,382.00 

960,861.00 

18.063.00 

8,274.00 

75,858.387.00 



997.686.00 



312.472.00 
11,039,395.00 



2.941,119.00 

52,278.00 

76,991.00 

840,861.00 

273.126.00 

341.232.00 
8,616.706.00 

303.474.00 
87.933.00 
36,107.00 

5,969,165.00 
167,352.00 
279,747.00 
105,143.00 
221,549.00 

3,327.299.00 
339.141.00 
64,083.00 
372.114.00 
42,741.00 

35,028,619.00 

688,089.00 

500.648.00 

5.284,458.00 

70,743.00 

141,481.00 

16.141,248.00 

330.535.00 

131,106.00 

967,918,702.00 



84 



APPENDIX HI - POWER DISTRICT 



RETAIL AND DIRECT CUSTOMERS 



Ontario Hydro provides service to retail and direct customers through 
the Power District operation to customers not served by municipalities 
or private power companies. This operation is viewed as comparable in 
scope with that of a municipal utility. Service to retail customers, in- 
cluding residential, farm, and general customers, is administered through 
59 Area Offices and service to direct customers through the Customer 
Service Division at head office. The various classes of service are des- 
cribed below. 

RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

Residential Service 

Residential service is provided to establishments used primarily for living 
accommodation. It embraces two kinds of service — continuous-occu- 
pancy service and intermittent-occupancy service. 

Residential continuous-occupancy service is provided to dwellings con- 
sidered to be customers' permanent residences. There are two classes of 
continuous-occupancy service for rate purposes — class Rl for service in 
designated zones of high customer concentration where there are at least 
100 customers of any class in a group with a density of not less than 15 
customers per kilometre of line and class R2 covering service elsewhere. 

Residential intermittent-occupancy service is provided to any self-con- 
tained residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's 
permanent residence and is occupied intermittently throughout the 
year or part of it. As with continuous-occupancy service, there are two 
classes of intermittent-occupancy service for rate purposes designated 
R3 and R4 for zones of high and normal customer concentrations res- 
pectively. 

Farm Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to 
the farm residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the pro- 
duction and processing of farm products. In other words, for purposes 
of classification, a farm is a residence and a business. The business, which 
is agricultural production on a continuing basis, must be carried on at 
such a level as to ensure that the farm is a viable economic unit. 



Sales, Revenue, and Customers 



85 



The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work of 
cultivating soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as oper- 
ations in nurseries, fur farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties 
devoted solely to reforestration projects or the raising of Christmas 
trees, or having extensive acreage but not engaged in agricultural pro- 
duction are classified according to their use, but not as farms. Small 
properties of 1 2 hectares and under are classified as residential, unless 
they are operated for some intensive or specialized form of agricultural 
production, for example fruit farming, poultry raising, market gardening, 
or nurseries. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings 
located on the property and occupied by persons engaged in its oper- 
ation. Additional dwellings occupied by persons otherwise engaged are 
regarded as residential. 



Retail revenue 



million $ 
• 500 



general (under 5,000 kV) 

farm 

residential 



• 400 



300 




• 200 



1968 70 



86 Appendix III - Power District 



General Service 

The general class includes service to all community business, processing, 
or manufacturing establishments, excluding those that fall within the 
farm class. Customers may receive either single-phase or three-phase 
electrical service at secondary, rural primary, or sub-transmission voltage. 

DIRECT CUSTOMERS 

These customers each have a demand exceeding 5000 kW and are served 
directly under individual contracts with Ontario Hydro. Most are located 
outside the service areas of municipal utilities. Where Ontario Hydro 
provides service to a direct customer located within the distribution 
area of a municipal utility, this is done only with the agreement of the 
utility. At the end of 1978 Ontario Hydro provided primary power to 
101 direct customers. 



Primary Line and Number of Customers 



87 



PRIMARY LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1978 



AREAS BY REGIONS 



Primary 

Line 

Length 



NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS 



Residential 



Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 



Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 



Farm 



General 



Niagara Region: 
Beamsville . . . 
Brantford . . . 

Cayuga 

Dundas 

Guelph 

Listowel .... 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek . 
Welland 

TOTAL 

Central Region: 

BowmanvuTe. . 
Brampton . . . 
Markham. . . . 
Newmarket . . 

TOTAL 

Western Region: 

Beachville . . . 

Clinton 

East Elgin . . . 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton .... 

Strathroy. . . . 

TOTAL 

Eastern Region: 

Arnprior .... 
Bancroft .... 
Brockville . . . 

Cobden 

Cobourg .... 

Frankford . . . 
Kingston .... 

Perth 

Peterborough . 
Picton 

Tweed 

Vankleek Hill . 
Winchester. . . 

TOTAL 



km 

1,011 
958 

1,258 
687 

1,202 

1,288 

1,356 

543 

1,026 



9,224 
3,111 
4,274 
8,275 
6,951 

2,095 
5,706 
9,893 
9,155 



118 

17 

2,339 

452 

438 

1,604 

43 

1,225 



2,416 
1,955 
2,480 
1,259 
2,361 

3,187 

3,450 

788 

941 



954 
485 
753 
762 
916 

490 

772 

1,254 

1,105 



9,329 



58,684 



6,236 



18,837 



7,491 



1,172 
794 
938 

1,471 



7,621 

891 

23,147 

16,224 



1,268 



83 
2,648 



1,544 
147 
913 

2,519 



750 

83 

3,350 

1,820 



4,375 



47,883 



3,999 



5,123 



6,003 



2,392 
2,433 
1,370 
1,865 
2,904 

1,911 

2,602 



6,944 
5,532 
6,259 
14,323 
7,619 

11,712 
6,263 



110 
2,329 

143 
2,157 
1,385 

1,853 
59 



5,235 
5,653 
3,494 
4,937 
6,644 

4,042 
5,283 



1,167 
1,122 
1.178 
1,644 
1,686 

1,699 
1,197 



15,477 



58,652 



8,036 



35,288 



9,693 



1,196 
1,502 
1,612 
2,431 
1,168 


9,988 
3,379 
7,179 
11,304 
4,884 


1,578 
2,149 
2,604 

2,772 
1,337 


10,012 
16,620 

6,892 
10,282 

6,554 


1,728 
2,031 
2,797 


3,785 

7,806 

15,073 



1,963 
6,664 
2,471 
3,657 
1,441 

1,272 
3,767 
6,126 
9,251 
1,669 

4,034 

1,651 

586 



1,227 
303 
2,070 
1,976 
1,523 

2,230 
2,015 
2,660 
28,876 
2,321 

1,154 
3,554 
4,970 



990 
493 
999 
1,449 
658 

1,037 
1,904 
1,155 
1,413 
842 

763 
1,179 
1,711 



24,905 



113,758 



44,552 



28,879 



14,593 



88 



Appendix III - Power District 



PRIMARY LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1978 



AREAS BY REGIONS 



Primary 

Line 

Length 



Continuous 
Occupancy 
or Ail-Year 



NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS 



Residential 



Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 



Farm 



General 



Georgian Bay Region: 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Fenelon Falls .... 
Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Owen Sound 

Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene. . . 

Stayner 

Walkerton 



km 



1,598 
1,015 
1,739 
1,981 
1,589 

1,279 
1,800 
1,177 
2,818 
1,578 

1,098 

826 

3,004 



5,317 
11,185 
5,063 
7,478 
4,556 

3.280 
7,701 
6,172 
7,549 
3,427 

4,436 
2,413 
5,992 



540 

3,238 

12,511 

8,159 

6,867 

9,255 
502 
5,879 
8,998 
7,453 

8,829 
2,622 
2,991 



2,678 
1,269 

142 
2,350 

241 

220 
2,525 
1,034 
3,914 

109 

613 
1,290 
6,480 



613 
1,133 
1,077 
1,016 
1,018 

781 
936 
952 
1,446 
846 

769 

423 

1,145 



Northeastern Region: 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing 

Kirkland Lake . . . . . 

Manitoulin , 

Matheson 

New Liskeard . . . . , 

North Bay 

Sudbury 

Timmins 

Warren 

TOTAL 

Northwestern Region: 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 

Kenora 

Thunder Bay 

TOTAL 

TOTAL RETAIL . . 



871 


6,944 


685 


5,327 


338 


5,865 


1,142 


3,002 


923 


2,239 


1,346 


6,801 


1,568 


6,443 


1,232 


18,051 


681 


15,571 


1,070 


3,788 



843 
637 
632 
1,794 
672 
703 

2,510 

1,940 

473 

2,324 



119 

52 

30 

544 

312 

1,027 

251 

133 

54 

445 



1,099 
698 
980 
808 
395 

1,420 

1,012 

1,640 

2,286 

634 



9,856 



74,031 



12,528 



2,967 



10,972 



1,069 

1,169 

778 

2,099 



5,282 
1,981 
2,220 
8,467 



724 

710 

2,687 

2,823 



92 
694 

37 
237 



1,213 
578 
615 

1,707 



5,115 



17,950 



6,944 



1,060 



4,113 



90,559 



445,527 



160,139 



115,019 



65,020 



Electricity Sales, Revenue, and Customers 



89 



POWER DISTRICT 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 












Use Per 


Per 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Customer 


kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


i 


Residential 


1968 


2,167,030,600 


34,874,221 


272,216 


672 


1.61 


Continuous 


1969 


2,429,997,755 


41,577,341 


288,276 


723 


1.71 


Occupancy 


1970 


2,693,847,000 


45,358,874 


301,211 


762 


1.68 




1971 


3,003,809,400 


51,498,452 


319,532 


807 


1.71 




1972 


3,257,764,400 


55,764,529 


330,019 


836 


1.71 




1973 


3,649,132,400 


66,409,901 


358,542 


883 


1.82 




1974 


4,242,469,500 


83,724,448 


380,431 


957 


1.97 




1975 


4,587,135,500 


101,039,053 


404,009 


975 


2.20 




1976 


5,423,760,600 


131,427,282 


426,437 


1,089 


2.42 




1977 


5,808,048,700 


179,158,470 


452,265 


1,102 


3.08 




1978 


5,904,562,900 


196,936,328 


445,527 


1,126* 


3.34 


Residential 


1968 


181,449,700 


6,815,172 


131,003 


118 


3.76 


Intermittent 


1969 


208,120,000 


7,645,109 


136,694 


130 


3.67 


Occupancy 


1970 


248,058,200 


8,382,464 


141,022 


149 


3.38 




1971 


278,306,300 


9,847,782 


145,830 


162 


3.54 




1972 


289,627,100 


10,245,934 


147,600 


165 


3.54 




1973 


320,235,700 


11,811,664 


153,392 


177 


3.69 




1974 


368,091,500 


12,869,493 


155,740 


198 


3.50 




1975 


401,813,700 


15,947,325 


158,718 


213 


3.97 




1976 


442,179,300 


18,457,651 


157,976 


233 


4.17 




1977 


442,048,500 


24,236,873 


159,147 


232 


5.48 




1978 


431,715,700 


25,903,387 


160,139 


225* 


6.00 


Farm 


1968 


1,424,332,100 


24,003,192 


130,406 


903 


1.69 




1969 


1,516,768,100 


27,032,992 


129,582 


972 


1.78 




1970 


1,586,725,200 


27,883,776 


128,322 


1,025 


1.76 




1971 


1,657,505,400 


29,642,894 


126,273 


1,085 


1.79 




1972 


1,708,195,100 


30,400,812 


125,356 


1,131 


1.78 




1973 


1,789,115,400 


33,487,121 


124,312 


1,194 


1.87 




1974 


1,896,050,300 


38,980,395 


123,542 


1,275 


2.06 




1975 


1,958,186,300 


43,902,833 


122,554 


1,326 


2.24 




|1976 


2,064,034,800 


50,723,625 


120,911 


1,413 


2.46 




1977 


2,097,367,400 


63,345,233 


118,050 


1,463 


3.02 




1978 


2,105,581,500 


67,661,810 


115,019 


1,523* 


3.21 


General 


1968 


2,465,888,090 


27,677,683 


49,184 


4,172 


1.12 


Under 5,000 kW. . . 


1969 


2,735,743,742 


32,145,827 


50,647 


4,567 


1.18 




1970 


2,997,891,700 


35,224,976 


51,824 


4,876 


1.17 




1971 


3,270,116,100 


40,364,014 


53,112 


5,194 


1.23 




1972 


3,772,699,200 


46,591,949 


55,590 


5,784 


1.23 




1973 


4,077,143,700 


55,858,262 


58,721 


5,945 


1.37 




1974 


4,186,079,400 


65,115,067 


60,560 


5,849 


1.56 




1975 


4,053,334,600 


72,390,738 


62,328 


5,497 


1.79 




1976 


4,452,763,600 


87,713,160 


63,632 


5,892 


1.97 




1977 


4,616,130,800 


144,617,731 


65,700 


5,949 


2.48 




1978 


4,428,738,500 


117,593,420 


65,020 


5,738* 


2.66 



: In 1978 the monthly use per customer has been adjusted to reflect the transfer of customers to 
restructured municipal utilities. 



CONT. 



90 



Appendix III - Power District 



POWER DISTRICT 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 












Use Per 


Per 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Customer 


kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


i 


General 


1968 


12,252,270,989 


66,004,042 


87 




.54 


Over 5,000 kW" . . 


1969 


12,386,195,752 


73,052,574 


89 




.59 


(Directs) 


1970 


13,679,543,400 


86,704,233 


88 




.63 




1971 


13,726,750,226 


94,931,719 


92 




.69 




1972 


13,538,850,802 


94,366,011 


92 




.70 




1973 


14,074,713,154 


108,640,954 


88 




.77 




1974 


14,829,333,524 


125,486,334 


92 




.85 




1975 


12,587,707,832 


125,701,038 


100 




1.00 




1976 


14,070,761,535 


170,666,087 


102 




1.21 




1977 


15,187,209,992 


244,981,084 


106 




1.61 




1978 


14,774,977,578 


245,208,059 


102 




1.66 


Street Lighting 


1971 


36,941,600 


516,935 






1.40 




1972 


40,267,000 


563,720 






1.40 




1973 


44,749,000 


626,568 






1.40 




1974 


43,406,400 


678,389 






1.56 




1975 


48,902,200 


824,536 






1.69 ; 




1976 


52,870,300 


959,593 






1.81 




1977 


57,534,400 


1,329,050 






2.31 




1978 


56,075,700 


1,408,620 






2.51 



91 



SUPPLEMENT 

Municipal Electric Service 

The 334 municipal electrical utilities associated with Ontario Hydro 
provided retail electrical service in most Ontario urban municipalities 
and served 2,046,952 customers in 1978. The statistics shown in graphic 
and tabular form are for these retail customers only. Restructuring leg- 
islation in the Regional Municipalities of Peel and Waterloo and the 
County of Oxford reduced the number of electric utilities to the present 
number. 

At the end of 1978, 324 utilities were using the general rate for former 
commercial and industrial customers and 169,759 customers were being 
billed on this rate schedule. To compare data for the years before this 
schedule was in effect, commercial and industrial customers are grouped 
in the general service class. This makes a year-to-year comparison at 
average energy use and revenue per kWh approximate only. 

Energy sales by municipal electrical utilities rose by 4.4 percent over 
those of 1977. This increase together with higher electricity rates to 
recover costs provided an increase of $119 million or 9.0 percent over 
1977 service revenue. The revenue for each class of service for the years 
1977 and 1978 is compared below: 



Class of Service 1978 

Residential $474,034,772 

General 953,743,588 

Street Lighting 14,305,257 

Total Service Revenue 1,442,083,617 

Miscellaneous Revenue 38,990,284 

Total Revenue 1,481,073,901 

Total costs increased by $92.2 million or 7.0 percent over amounts in 
1977. Of this increase, the cost of power and local generation rose by 
$72.6 million; operation, maintenance, financial and administrative costs 
by $15.9 million, and depreciation charged by $3.3 million. Other costs 
increased by $.4 million. 

Net income was $73.4 million, $27.8 million more than in 1977. Ontario 
Hydro, in exercising its control and regulation of municipal electrical 



1977 


Increase 
Per Cent 


$431,271,516 

878,014,740 

13,429,128 


9.9 
8.6 
6.5 


1,322,715,384 
38,275,252 


9.0 
1.9 


1,360,990,636 


8.8 



92 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



utilities as required by Provincial Statute, considers various factors 
related to the financial condition of a municipal utility before' approving 
changes in electricity rates. In addition Hydro has also assured that rate 
increases conform to the intent of anti-inflation guidelines. 

The municipal electrical utilities increased their net investment in fixed 
assets by $137.5 million to new total of $1,543.3 million at the end of 
1978. Net income for the year together with depreciation charged, con- 
tributed capital, new borrowings and an increase in other liabilities 
provided for that increase and for increases of about $48.4 million in 
current assets. Other assets of the utilities increased by about $4.7 mil- 
lion. 

New borrowing amounted to about $34.1 million. After redeeming 
about $8.7 million of long-term debt, debt from borrowing showed an 



Municipal electrical utilities 
Revenue 



million $ 
• 1,600 



street lighting and other 

general 

residential 










77**? 






, 






— * .; v ' 






>$#■& $$ 



„ 

J . ! . '■■■■■', 

;.■■■■ 

■:■■:■<■ 



ess 



• 800 



■ 



^.1 



^M 



1,200 



400 



Municipal Utility Assets 



93 



increase of $25.4 million at December 31,1 978. Most of this increase is 
due to the restructuring of several municipal electrical utilities and the 
subsequent transfer of liabilities to the restructured utilities. The sinking 
fund for redemption of debentures, in municipalities which issue sink- 
ing — fund debentures, was increased by $1.2 million in 1978 to a new 
total of $25 million. Contributed capital increased $22.4 million to 
$159.3 million in 1978. 

Total assets of the 334 municipal electrical utilities at December 31, 
1978 amounted to $2,354.2 million after deducting total depreciation of 
$432.6 million. The increase of $218 million over 1977 includes an in- 
crease of $66.6 million for equity of the utilities in the assets of Ontario 
Hydro. This equity shown in Statement A at $900.2 million constitutes 
38.2 percent of utility total assets and the share of each utility in this 
total equity represents its accumulated contributions in the charges for 
power towards repayment of Ontario Hydro's long-term debt. These 



Municipal electrical utilities 

Financing of annual additions to fixed assets 



funds borrowed 



SSjIfp funds contributed 



funds from revenue 
(including depreciation) 




million $ 



94 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY 

ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


i 


Residential. 


1968 


11,357,000,552 


134,729,574 


1,538,061 


620 


1.19 




1969 


11,920,728,345 


146,021,338 


1,559,605 


641 


1.22 




1970 


12,553,703,089 


160,456,208 


1,572,066 


668 


1.28 




1971 


13,112,193,740 


175,857,379 


1,586,841 


692 


1.34 




1972 


13,775,879,806 


198,268,553 


1,613,112 


718 


1.44 




1973 


14,263,163,142 


219,290,605 


1,627,774 


734 


1.54 




1974 


14,811,689,136 


241,837,888 


1,654,065 


752 


1.63 




1975 


15,394,846,066 


278,928,028 


1,676,629 


770 


1.81 




1976 


16,152,623,151 


340,934,916 


1,712,511 


794 


2.11 




1977 


16,383,587,605 


431,271,516 


1,746,882 


789 


2.63 




1978 


17,025,577,108 


474,034,772 


1,805,209 


799 


2.78 


General 


1968 


20,839,948,607 


211,093,327 


171,050 


10,500 


1.01 




1969 


22,842,742,722 


236,698,739 


178,907 


10,879 


1.04 




1970 


24,778,200,979 


267,381,677 


194,020 


11,074 


1.08 




1971 


27,078,525,324 


305,161,350 


202,758 


11,374 


1.13 




1972 


30,154,315,895 


352,286,480 


208,683 


12,215 


1.17 




1973 


33,058,492,115 


411,964,102 


214,184 


13,030 


1.25 




1974 


34,897,481,468 


462,205,739 


218,396 


13,445 


1.32 




1975 


36,561,986,163 


540,399,426 


222,763 


13,813 


1.48 




1976 


38,858,731,855 


675,282,802 


228,589 


14,349 


1.74 




1977 


39,679,621,678 


878,014,740 


232,612 


14,339 


2.21 




1978 


41,499,361,750 


953,743,588 


241,743 


14,581 


2.30 


Street Lighting 


1972 


482,795,970 


6,040,001 






1.25 




1973 


507,749,701 


6,741,395 






1.33 




1974 


528,418,006 


7,376,508 






1.40 




1975 


586,670,947 


8,439,527 






1.44 




1976 


608,288,454 


10,490,524 






1.72 




1977 


617,494,280 


13,429,128 






2.17 




1978 


630,757,605 


14,305,257 






2.27 



NOTES: 

1. Estimated energy use for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. Street lighting data prior to 1971 was not compiled on a comparative basis. 

3. The Monthly Use of kilowatt-hours per customer is calculated by dividing the average of the 
customers served at the end of the current and previous years into the current year's kW.h sales. 



95 



utility equities, and their sum, would correspond to those shown on the 
Ontario Hydro schedule of equities accumulated through debt retire- 
ment if these were available when the utilities close their books at the 
end of the year. Since this is not possible, the equities are, with a few 
exceptions, those at the end of 1977 rather than 1978. 

The books of account, from which the foregoing information is derived, 
are kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting 
system designed by Ontario Hydro for use by all municipal electrical 
utilities. These records are periodically inspected by the Corporation's 
municipal accountants. From time to time adjustments and improve- 
ments in accounting procedures and office routine are recommended as 
required. By providing this type of assistance and supervision, Ontario 
Hydro seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard 
procedures and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues 
and expenditures. The work performed by the Corporation's municipal 
accountants does not, however, constitute an audit of their accounts. 
The municipalities must make their own arrangements for this audit. 





UTILITY CHANGES 


- 1978 


Effective Date 


Old Status 


New Status 


November 1, 1978 


Aurora 


Aurora (R) 


April 1, 1978 


Drumbo 

Plattsville 

Princeton 


Blandford-Blenheim (R) 


January 1, 1978 


Brampton 


Brampton (R) 


January 1 , 1 978 


Bolton 


Caledon 


January 1, 1978 


Ayr 
Gait 

Hespeler 
Preston 


Cambridge N. Dumfries (R) 


April 1, 1978 


Tavistock 


East Zorra-Tavistock 


January 1, 1978 


Baden 
Bridgeport 
Kitchener 
New Hamburg 


Kitchener-Wilmot (R) 


January 1, 1978 


Port Credit 
Streetsville 
Mississauga 


Mississauga (R) 


November 1, 1978 


Newmarket 


Newmarket (R) 


April 1, 1978 


Burgessville 

Norwich 

Otterville 


Norwich (R) 


April 1, 1978 


Beachville 


South West Oxford 


January 1 , 1 978 


Elmira 
St. Jacobs 
Waterloo 
Wellesley 


Waterloo North (R) 


April 1, 1978 


Embro 
Thamesford 


Zorra (R) 


March 1, 1978 


Bridgen 


Ontario Hydro Rural 


March 1, 1978 


Moore Twp. 


Ontario Hydro Rural 




(R) Restructured 



96 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



Year 

Number of Municipal Utilities Included 

Number of Customers 


1969 

354 

1.738.512 


1970 

353 

1.766.086 


1971 

353 

1.789.599 


1972 
353 

1.821,795 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
815.382,191 
219.237.998 


$ 
866.551,765 
238.749.590 


$ 
921.558.139 
257.488.023 


$ 
982,727,779 
275.053.201 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


596,144.193 

12,739.781 
23.006.015 

7.844,003 
31.285,055 

3.029.452 


627,802.175 

11,889,717 
29.340.687 

5.827.448 
32.352,591 

2.928.405 


664.070.116 

14,698.217 
30.408.110 

5,272.152 
36.133.163 

3.196.264 


707,674,578 

20,189,935 
34.361,115 

5,133,856 
44,081,793 

3.170,023 




77.904.306 

17.486.722 
13.651.400 
14.171.097 


82,338.848 

18.107.495 
14.859.915 
14.822.683 


89.707.906 

18,556.619 
17.834.443 
17.868.993 


106,936.722 

20,701,911 
20,615.968 
15.512.583 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 




Miscellaneous assets 






45.309.219 
492.190.861 


48.790.093 
520.667.796 


54.260,055 

552.515.442 


56.830.462 
587.606.219 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total assets 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


115.947.129 


117,438.918 


121.562.154 
1.343.259 


122,967,025 
1.189.080 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


115.947.129 

48.349.939 
14.857.102 


117.438.918 

50,925.570 
15.748.438 


121.562,154 

57,209,863 
17.823.374 


124.156.105 

64,349,460 
16.238.438 


Total liabilities 


63.207.041 

122.655.357 
13.651.400 

369.349,157 

33.201,470 

1.346.164 


66.674,008 

128.751.301 
15.859.915 

388.752.020 

40.387,679 

1.067.275 


75.033.237 

134.884,232 
17,834.443 

408.399,919 

49,263.494 

1.060.598 


80.587.898 

141,415,655 
20.615.968 

445.801.618 

57.902.775 

961.743 


EQUITY 




Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 




Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


540.203,548 
492.190.861 


574,818,190 

520.667.796 


611.442.686 

552.515.442 


666.697.759 
587.606.219 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1 3603533 19 


1,459,047,981 












B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


393.604.382 

13.402.863 


439.342,533 

14.908.233 


487.247,297 
22.258.811 


556,595,034 
24.158 685 


Total revenue 


407,025,245 


454,250,766 


509,506,108 


580.753.719 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


288.156.598 
813.078 
30.231.314 
32.811.759 
14.683.093 
23.592.618 
68.910 


325,567.580 
877,188 
33.066,815 
34,289.142 
15,530.872 
24.729.702 
66.934 


373,906.802 
967.032 
35.900.479 
36.375.738 
15.796.567 
26.024.776 
25.000 


419.458.744 
1,013.587 
38,769.966 
36.226.052 
16.146.289 
27.904.709 
2.124.612 


Operation and maintenance 


Administration 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


Total expense 


390,357370 


434,128,233 


488,996394 


541,643,959 


Net Income (net expense) 


16,667,875 


20,122,533 


20,509,714 


39,109,760 



Statements A and B 
Consolidated Financial Statements 1969-1978 



97 



1973 

353 

1.841.958 


1974 

353 

1.872.461 


1975 

353 

1.899.392 


1976 

353 

1.941.100 


1977 

352 

1.979.494 


1978 

334 

2,046,952 


$ 
1.050.510.249 
295.645.842 


S 
1.127.845.090 

317.736.586 


$ 
1.222.600.065 
341.767.379 


$ 
1.313.766.639 
366.581.475 


S 
1.405.758.279 
393.495.079 


$ 

1,543,331,703 

432,643,656 


754.864.407 

17.271.409 

37.882.051 

4,692.984 

47.931.017 

4".235.553 


810.108.504 

17.069.199 

39.216.408 

3.941.154 

52.321.061 

3.792.226 


880.832.686 

19.171.650 
47.054.671 

3.993.812 
62.301.976 

4.532.934 


947.185.164 

22.896.700 
69.707.343 

3.788.276 
70.905.792 

5.614.1 11 


1.012.263.200 

28.320.311 
87.659.595 

3.350.673 
88.012.448 

1.970.133 


1,110,688,047 

33,166,382 

119,406,147 

3,268,327 

99,534,132 

2,327,864 


112.013.014 

22.720.335 
24.737.545 
19.185.690 


1 16.340.048 

36.424.909 

27.297.677 
19.654.847 


137.055.043 

41.186.818 
27.534.285 
21.336.793 


172.912.222 

35.802.071 
25.329.055 
21.001.356 


209.313.160 

34.645.265 
23.982.073 
22.172.040 


257,702,852 

36,557,237 
25,333,578 
23,642,011 


66.643.570 
626.886.194 


83.377.433 
671.088.687 


90.057.896 
720.149.305 


82.132.482 
773.785.627 


80.799.378 
833.618.951 


85,532,826 
900,247,456 


1,560.407.185 


1.680.914.672 


1.828.094.930 


1.976.015.495 


2.135.994.689 


2354,171,181 


123.477.707 
1.343.259 


124.962.937 
1.515.741 


128.822.972 
1.527.938 


136.533.544 
3.570.683 


138.844.292 
3.010.058 


139,355,015 
27,925,663 


124.820.966 

73.849.720 
20.595.099 


126.478.678 

83.092.574 
21.374.804 


130.350.910 

93.976.387 
30.669.209 


140.104.227 

113.926.549 
29.811.489 


141.854.350 

139.280.710 
33.734.221 


167,280,678 

149,220,252 
41,716,448 


94.444.819 

148.111.734 

24.737.545 

470.065.391 

69.030. 143 

2.310.393 


104.467.378 

154.611.276 

27.297.677 

513.412.651 

81.592.486 

1.965.839 


124.645.596 

162.739.091 

27.534.285 

561.339.106 
99.209.592 

2.127.045 


143.738.038 

173.492.096 
25.329.055 

598.553.749 

118.837.242 

2.175.461 


173.014.931 

183.794.668 
23.860.540 

642.359.337 
136.917.381 

574.531 


190,936,700 

192,449.435 
25,011,646 

718,298,398 

159,345,223 

601,645 


714.255.206 
626.886.194 


778.879.929 
671.088.687 


852.949.119 
720.149.305 


918.387.603 

773.785.627 


987.506.457 
833.618.951 


1,095,706,347 
900,247,456 


1.560,407,185 


1,680.914,672 


1,828,094,930 


1.976.015.495 


2.135.994.689 


2,354,171,181 














637.996.102 

26.541.627 


711.420.135 
28.118.970 


827.766.981 

30.530.757 


1.026.708.242 
35.662.978 


1.322.715.384 

38.275.252 


1,442,083,617 
38,990,284 


664,537,729 


739,539.105 


858.297,738 


1,062.371.220 


1.360,990.636 


1,481,073,901 


508.212.216 
999.948 

41.686.082 
38.710.621 
16.575.465 
29.437.838 
2.201.227 


550.814.374 
1.080.488 
48.091.376 
44.965.100 
16.820.625 
31.346.995 
752.637 


649.968.084 
1.369.493 
54.897.952 
53.384.198 
17.281.365 
33.512.295 
872.936 


840.854.888 
1.627.252 
64.532.421 
60.882.890 
19.367.416 
35.951.862 
1.032.158 


1.114.650.685 
1.779.650 
73.251.438 
66.087.265 
20.196.605 
38.388.338 
1.025.996 


1,187,276,067 
1,770,765 
78,641,572 
72,519,067 
24,289,741 
41,735,974 
1,444,542 


637.823.397 


693.871.595 


811.286.323 


1.024,248.887 


1.315.379.977 


1,407,677,728 


26,714,332 


45,667.510 


47.011,415 


38,122333 


45,610.659 


73396,173 



98 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Acton 
2,273 


Ailsa Craig 
291 


Ajax 
5,285 


Alexandria 
1,392 


Alfred 
435 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


1,334,661 
323,989 


$ 
140,211 

32,874 


$ 
3,604,860 
995,421 


$ 
782,771 
323,022 


164,905 
76,806 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 


1,010,672 

171,576 

100,000 

2,000 

22,501 

17 


107,337 
20,418 

1,297 


2,609,439 

214,352 
525,000 

136,155 
2,131 


459,749 

104,308 
43,000 

25,159 


88,099 
41,287 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


3,906 




296,094 
1,585 


21,715 


877,638 
77,611 
44,118 


172,467 
22,029 
4,287 


45,193 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 




Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,585 
1,020,971 


104,335 


121,729 
1,302,154 


26,316 
553,203 


109,357 




2,329,322 


233387 


4,910,960 


1,211,735 


242,649 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


459,244 


29,900 


- 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 


107,805 
10,259 


18,039 
2,568 


459,244 

398,624 
153,841 


29,900 

97,152 
65,801 


28,600 


Other liabilities 


2,862 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


118,064 
83,939 

717,789 
388,559 


20,607 
6,883 

90,799 
10,763 


552,465 
535,158 

1,229,919 
832,020 


162,953 
73,178 

378,005 
14,496 


31,462 
37,481 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 


58,895 
5,454 


Other reserves 


- 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,190,287 
1,020,971 


108,445 
104,335 


2,597,097 
1,302,154 


465,679 
553,203 


101,830 
109,357 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,329,322 


233^87 


44)10,960 


1311,735 


242,649 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


1,307,210 
29,549 


157,818 
2,073 


3,201,785 
105,846 


950,621 
15,750 


261,407 
1,961 






Total revenue 


1^36,759 


159,891 


3307,631 


966371 


263368 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


1,051,718 

90,225 
74,431 

32,106 
5,000 


134,611 

4,607 
5,874 

4,632 


2,676,085 

100,065 
150,085 
68,580 
86,657 


761,037 

47,482 

64,957 

8,350 

23,743 


229,429 
6,518 




13,125 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


5,936 






Total expense 


1,253,480 


149,724 


3,081,472 


905369 


255,008 


Net Income (net expense) 


83,279 


10,167 


226,159 


60,802 


8360 



Statements A and B 



99 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Alliston 


Almonte 


Alvinston 


Amherstburg 


Ancaster Twp. 


Apple Hill 


Arkona 


Arnprior 


1,721 


1,448 


370 


1,945 


1,264 


119 


209 


2,460 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


765,138 


981,232 


129,074 


1,059,947 


873,501 


34,648 


66,947 


1,278,698 


272,985 


337,464 


67,003 


330,168 


238,000 


19,831 


41,119 


469,579 


492,153 


643,768 


62,071 


729,779 


635,501 


14,817 


25,828 


809,119 


38,845 


6,754 


23,625 


75,110 


954 


8,743 


11,494 


124,153 


160,000 


3,485 


— 


50,000 


94,000 


1,000 


— 


25,000 


25,000 


7,000 


— 


14,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


13,689 


29,372 


3,549 


12,705 


4,614 


2,628 


1,718 


109,555 


— 


500 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


237,534 


47,111 


27,174 


151,815 


99,568 


12,371 


13,212 


258,708 


11,876 


28,321 


353 


48,568 


- 


- 


- 


1,220 


- 


671 


- 


- 


54,636 


- 


- 


2,443 


11,876 


28,992 


353 


48,568 


54,636 








3,663 


543,062 


337,517 


93,650 


901,961 


419,903 


30,944 


72,802 


990,180 


1,284,625 


1,057,388 


183,248 


1,832,123 


1,209,608 


58,132 


111,842 


2,061,670 














124,000 








78,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


124,000 


- 


- 


78,000 


99,882 


79,355 


10,517 


135,825 


54,179 


3,331 


5,447 


185,604 


25,924 


18,809 


— 


23,639 


43,657 


32 


313 


30,343 


125,806 


98,164 


10,517 


159,464 


97,836 


3,363 


5,760 


215,947 


29,990 


72,000 


23,529 


68,237 


139,246 


5,080 


13,113 


143,612 


476,825 


516,859 


41,760 


610,844 


175,275 


18,056 


20,005 


580,607 


108,942 


32,848 


13,792 


91,617 


253,348 


689 


162 


53,324 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


615,757 


621,707 


79,081 


770,698 


567,869 


23,825 


33,280 


777,543 


543,062 


337,517 


93,650 


901,961 


419,903 


30,944 


72,802 


990,180 


1,284,625 


1,057^88 


183,248 


1,832,123 


1,209,608 


58,132 


111,842 


2,061,670 


952,823 


693,801 


111,355 


1,206,179 


649,385 


33,398 


66,505 


1,874,530 


8,113 


8,289 


1,838 


19,383 


12,372 


681 


735 


36,866 


9604^)6 


702,090 


113,193 


1,225,562 


661,757 


34,079 


67,240 


14)11396 


797,537 


477,415 


85,933 


1,080,846 


451,083 


28,526 


57,814 


1,641,039 


— 


38,341 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


39,038 


33,627 


4,345 


46,048 


36,894 


1,122 


1,216 


45,659 


56,690 


64,269 


12,487 


79,962 


73,315 


2,495 


2,901 


98,100 


— 


3,699 


— 


— 


16,797 


— 


— 


9,432 


20,626 


26,234 


4,902 


25,141 


24,366 


1,316 


2,737 


42,117 


— 


— 


— 


— 


32,691 


— 


— 


— 


913,891 


643,585 


107,667 


1,231,997 


635,146 


33,459 


64,668 


1,836347 


47,045 


58,505 


5,526 


(6,435) 


26,611 


620 


2,572 


75,049 



100 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Arthur 


Athens 


Atikokan Twp. 


Aurora 


Aurora (R) 


Number of Customers 


742 


445 


2,006 


4,203 


4,639 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities at cost 


399,131 


174,913 


1,092,800 


— 


2,679,230 


Less accumulated depreciation 


129,453 


53,390 


520,017 


— 


579,148 


Net fixed assets 


269,678 


121,523 


572,783 





2,100,082 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash on hand and in bank 


25,167 


18,321 


47,819 


— 


129,709 


Investments-term deposits 


— 


— 


150,000 


— 


510,000 


-bonds 


10,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts receivable (net) 


36,475 


9,296 


43,899 


— 


69,238 


Other 


1,369 


51 


6,250 


— 


1,632 


Total current assets 


73,011 


27,668 


247,968 




710,579 


OTHER ASSETS 












Inventories 


683 


— 


29,066 


_ 


12,607 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellaneous assets 


1,229 


132 


— 


— 


35,057 


Total other assets 


1,912 


132 


29,066 


- 


47,664 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


241,048 


114,302 


572,286 


— 


1,181,765 


Total assets 


585,649 


263,625 


1,422,103 


- 


4,040,090 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures outstanding 


100,100 


— 


— 


— 


43,000 


Other long-term debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


298,517 


Total long-term debt 


100,100 











341,517 


LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities 


56,195 


19,187 


31,875 


— 


469,901 


Other liabilities 


5,677 


10,941 


50,452 


— 


62,365 


Total liabilities 


61,872 


30,128 


82,327 





532,266 


EQUITY 












Debt redeemed 


48,813 


12,988 


400,000 


— 


177,382 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accumulated net income invested in 












plant or held as working funds 


130,783 


104,348 


229,152 


— 


1,193,555 


Contributed capital 


3,033 


1,859 


138,338 


— 


613,605 


Other reserves 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total utility equity 


182,629 


119,195 


767,490 


_ 


1,984,542 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


241,048 


1 14,302 


572,286 


— 


1,181,765 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


585,649 


263,625 


1,422,103 


- 


4,040,090 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 












REVENUE 












Sale of electrical energy 


440,397 


181,277 


1,209,937 


1,872,758 


379,878 


Miscellaneous 


47- 


5,097- 


26,640 


76,908 


20,043 


Total revenue 


440350 


176,180 


1,236,577 


1,949,666 


399,921 


EXPENSE 












Power purchased 


362,957 


141,530 


934,665 


1,591,340 


363,050 


Local generation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Operation and maintenance 


23,487 


5,149 


58,190 


120,619 


23,693 


Administration 


14,922 


11,573 


107,685 


79,323 


12,710 


Financial 


15,404 


696 


— 


16,465 


5,658 


Depreciation 


11,447 


5,536 


36,244 


37,869 


12,458 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total expense 


428,217 


164,484 


1,136,784 


1,845,616 


417^69 


Net Income (net expense) 


12,133 


11,6% 


99,793 


104,050 


(17,648) 



(R) Restructured *See Page 95 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



101 



Avonmore 


Aylmer 


Bancroft 


Barrie 


Barry's Bay 


Bath 


Beachburg 


Beamsville 


120 


2,023 


967 


12,447 


519 


432 


305 


1,643 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


62,931 


893,721 


819,538 


10,251,721 


205,074 


190,117 


133,028 


664,543 


28,400 


386,727 


325,488 


2,230,944 


68,903 


73,401 


55,019 


263,337 


34,531 


506,994 


494,050 


8,020,777 


136,171 


116,716 


78,009 


401,206 


5,227 


73,879 


45,291 


1,076,715 


2,339 


23,375 


11,925 


10,737 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5,000 


— 


60,000 


495 


67,449 


9,954 


394,589 


7,246 


13,264 


2,501 


8,162 


— 


— 


— 


35,045 


— 


1,058 


— 


465 


5,722 


141,328 


55,245 


1,506,349 


9,585 


42,697 


14,426 


79,364 


- 


228 


2,838 


221,697 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,319 


692 


- 


151,356 


727 


- 


1,465 


467 


2,319 


920 


2,838 


373,053 


727 





1,465 


467 


23,654 


868,291 


245,440 


4,478,063 


105,499 


80,632 


57,578 


368,436 


66,226 


1,517,533 


797,573 


14^78,242 


251,982 


240,045 


151,478 


849,473 


7,500 


49,500 


- 


942,000 


23,800 


- 


17,250 


48,000 


7,500 


49,500 


- 


942,000 


23,800 


- 


17,250 


48,000 


6,578 


131,742 


49,030 


1,296,368 


5,133 


26.248 


12.863 


11,712 


196 


480 


7,848 


119,850 


2,008 


2,126 


— 


7,307 


6,774 


132,222 


56,878 


1,416,218 


7,141 


28,374 


12,863 


19,019 


15,500 


93,685 


131,497 


510,331 


26,700 


17,500 


44,750 


39,500 


8,560 


306,502 


313,871 


3,982,721 


84,952 


93,860 


7,722 


276,071 


4,238 


67,333 


49,887 


3,048,909 


3,890 


19,679 


11,315 


98,447 


28,298 


467,520 


495,255 


7,541,961 


115,542 


131,039 


63,787 


414,018 


23,654 


868,291 


245,440 


4,478,063 


105,499 


80,632 


57,578 


368,436 


66,226 


1,517,533 


797,573 


14^78,242 


251,982 


240,045 


151,478 


849,473 


40,690 


1,178,085 


578,485 


8,969,198 


241,161 


181,941 


130,092 


573,095 


278- 


13,762 


19,276 


73,495 


3,569 


5,074 


870 


17,455 


40,412 


1,191,847 


597,761 


9,042,693 


244,730 


187,015 


130,962 


590,550 


29,217 


1,042,738 


421,173 


7,177,700 


200,121 


145,202 


98,806 


472,228 


— 


— 


11,296 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,093 


67,382 


36,267 


637,938 


4,800 


7,896 


8,432 


20,892 


4,206 


49,357 


39,167 


326,166 


20,029 


13,512 


7,079 


60,733 


1,904 


8,140 


656 


166,409 


6,620 


— 


6,603 


6,792 


2,221 


26,847 


24,933 


243,786 


6,718 


6,540 


4,314 


20,725 


39,641 


1,194,464 


533,492 


8351,999 


238388 


173,150 


125,234 


581370 


771 


(2,617) 


64,269 


490,694 


6,442 


13,865 


5,728 


9,180 



102 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Beaverton 
942 


Beeton 
601 


Belle River 
1,289 


Belleville 
13,329 


Belmont 




301 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
421,246 
132,279 


$ 
203,395 
57,252 


$ 
743,886 
125,793 


$ 
9,688,676 
3,058,507 


S 

145,685 
48,568 


Net fixed assets 
CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments— term deposits 

—bonds 
Accounts receivable (net) 
Other 


288,967 
62,952 

12,165 


146,143 

23,855 
35,000 

4,668 
567 


618,093 

1,280 

2,000 
17,346 


6,630,169 
351,756 

818,684 


97,117 
34,015 

5,120 


Total current assets 
OTHER ASSETS 
Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 
Miscellaneous assets 


75,117 
642 


64,090 

2,448 

567 


20,626 
6,493 


1,170,440 
240,543 
25,080 


39,135 
4,251 




642 
280,742 


3,015 
147,604 


6,493 
249,267 


265,623 
4,837,435 


4,251 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


112,956 




645,468 


360,852 


894,479 


12,903,667 


253,459 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


- 


- 


33,600 


1,897,404 


20,000 






Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 


48,856 
5,292 


25,976 
18,987 


33,600 

53,298 
9,116 


1,897,404 

1,256,815 
94,097 


20,000 
31,008 




9,101 








54,148 
12,839 

253,159 
44,580 


44,963 
13,610 

153,451 
1,224 


62,414 
55,955 

313,180 
180,063 


1,350,912 
877,593 

3,709,974 
230,349 


40,109 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


30,797 

32,044 
17,553 




310,578 
280,742 


168,285 
147,604 


549,198 
249,267 


4,817,916 
4,837,435 


80,394 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


1 12,956 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


645,468 


360,852 


894,479 


12,903,667 


253,459 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


474,474 
3,262 


249,401 
11,035- 


550,518 
6,121 


8,267,045 
407,295 


240,882 
6,113- 


Total revenue 


477,736 


238366 


556,639 


8,674340 


234,769 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


377,467 

18,360 
30,524 

12,185 


191,153 

8,073 
17,918 

6,539 


435,676 

28,617 
31,435 
10,777 
16,830 


6,920,905 

392,412 
568,334 
276,933 
274,647 


208,330 
2,186 


Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 
Other 


8,127 
4,784 
4,513 


Total expense 


438,536 


223,683 


523^35 


8,433,231 


227,940 


Net Income (net expense) 


39,200 


14,683 


33304 


241,109 


6,829 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



103 



Blandford 

Blenheim (R) 

649 


Blenheim 
1,524 


Bloomfield 
328 


Blyth 
411 


Bobcaygeon 
970 


Bothwell 
450 


Bowmanville 
4,392 


Bracebridge 
1,733 


$ 
253,626 
113,303 


$ 
717,463 
285,789 


$ 

110,140 
59,304 


$ 

186,775 
67,526 


$ 
473,995 
190,560 


$ 

179,041 
84,938 


$ 
3,054,519 
935,353 


$ 
1,688,988 
572,284 


140,323 

24,757 

2,500 
13,212 


431,674 
112,347 

12,765 


50,836 

7,594 
5,500 

1,210 
646 


119,249 

18,603 

20,000 

2,982 

8,149 


283,435 

12,716 
35,000 

5,719 


94,103 
41,075 

4,789 


2,119,166 

226,249 
20,000 
29,922 
19,264 


1,116,704 
18,446 

7,149 


40,469 
136 
238 


125,112 
4,623 
9,329 


14,950 
766 


49,734 
1,683 


53,435 
4,821 
3,896 


45,864 
1,371 


295,435 

55,629 

1,333 


25,595 
28,577 
12,222 


374 
283,354 


13,952 
440,734 


766 
106,429 


1,683 
163,385 


8,717 
184,904 


1,371 
121,795 


56,962 
1,650,474 


40,799 
183,882 


464,520 


1,011,472 


1724W1 


334,051 


530,491 


263,133 


4,122,037 


13664*80 


15,000 


- 


9,000 


- 


60,800 


Z 


145,665 


45,000 


15,000 

30,819 
1,068 


67,906 
37,835 


9,000 

12,897 
937 


19,512 


60,800 

50,427 
19,867 


22,276 
2,402 


145,665 

276,036 
60,636 


45,000 

75,717 


31,887 
15,732 

116,003 
2,544 


105,741 
98,679 

344,817 
21,501 


13,834 
12,797 

30,768 
153 


19,512 
16,033 

115,471 
19,650 


70,294 
76,110 

108,963 
29,420 


24,678 
5,534 

103,618 
7,508 


336,672 
78,765 

1,245,201 
665,260 


75,717 
583,800 

458,068 
20,513 


134,279 
283,354 


464,997 
440,734 


43,718 
106,429 


151,154 
163,385 


214,493 
184,904 


116,660 
121,795 


1,989,226 
1,650,474 


1,062,381 

183,882 


464^20 


1,011,472 


1724*81 


334,051 


530,491 


263,133 


4,122,037 


1366,980 


196,025 
4,122 


707,210 
4,184 


142,036 
2,027 


222,317 
2,165 


447,478 
15,104- 


170,576 
12,539 


2,665,233 
100,376 


870,555 
17,300 


200,147 


711,394 


144,063 


224,482 


432374 


183,115 


2,765,609 


887,855 


173,967 

7,493 
14,003 

7,338 


570,080 

34,836 
49,203 

21,203 


117,485 

9,970 
10,861 
2,150 
4,351 


189,994 

6,567 
10,220 

5,638 


320,422 

24,099 
46,582 
13,955 
15,415 


137,172 

8,078 
22,694 

6,291 


2,213,447 

169,348 

165,577 

19,086 

81,282 


453,793 
165,056 
52,390 
76,699 
18,960 
44,727 


202,801 


675^22 


144,817 


212,419 


420,473 


174,235 


2,648,740 


811,625 


(2,654) 


36,072 


(754) 


12,063 


11,901 


8,880 


116,869 


76,230 



(R) Restructured 



104 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Bradford 
2,100 


Braeside 
188 


Brampton (R) 
35,521 


Brantford 
25,635 


Brantford Twp. 




3,343 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

1,174,655 
274,646 


$ 

105,944 
34,180 


$ 
37,219,587 
6,848,126 


$ 

16,780,122 
4,939,035 


S 

2,703,273 


Less accumulated depreciation 


1,035,521 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 


900,009 
99,414 

72,370 
4,081 


71,764 

41,331 

3,000 
15,569 


30,371,461 

1,428 
250,000 

2,943,318 
71,483 


11,841,087 

178,585 
800,000 

641,620 
5,966 


1,667,752 

307,432 
300,000 

63,975 


Other 








Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


175,865 

1,862 

10,507 


59,900 


3,266,229 

1,250,123 
123,788 
149,873 


1,626,171 

444,028 
329,252 


671,407 
65,572 


Sinking fund on debentures 


4,315 






Total other assets 


12,369 

423,277 


202,544 


1,523,784 
4,662,078 


773,280 
11,306,080 


69,887 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,448,893 




1,511,520 


334^8 


39,823,552 


25346,618 


3357^)39 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


203,000 





4,481,500 
11,853,190 


117,000 


114,000 






Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


203,000 

265,606 
54,542 


32,491 

473 


16,334,690 

4,703,679 
507,414 


117,000 

1,208,554 
669,114 


114,000 

245,357 
122,733 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


320,148 
31,351 

473,623 
60,121 


32,964 
6,000 

88,976 
3,724 


5,211,093 

1,985,377 
123,788 

7,170,700 
4,335,826 


1,877,668 
1,577,683 

8,354,865 
2,313,322 


368,090 
691,357 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


1,040,724 
194,875 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


565,095 
423,277 


98,700 
202,544 


13,615,691 
4,662,078 


12,245,870 
11,306,080 


1,926,956 
1,448,893 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,511,520 


334,208 


39,823,552 


25346,618 


3357339 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 
Sale of electrical energy 


1,015,206 
10,484 


330,823 
1,722 


27,560,950 
320,036 


14,445,815 
504,816 


2,871,202 
37,486 






Total revenue 


1,025,690 


332^45 


27,880,986 


14,950,631 


2308,688 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


803,744 

63,600 
67,056 
31,670 

33,757 


305,166 

4,694 
7,817 

3,310 


20,770,270 

955,926 
1,375,040 
1,921,686 

734,692 


12,119,647 

588,320 
582,856 

21,702 
441,991 

35,486 


2,365,831 
131,969 


Administration 

Financial 


100,947 
38,227 
85,172 


Other 


_ 






Total expense 


999,827 


320,987 


25,757,614 


13,790,002 


2,722,146 


Net Income (net expense) 


25,863 


11,558 


2,123372 


1,160,629 


186342 



(R) Restructured 






Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



105 



Brechin 


Brigden 


Brighton 


Brockville 


Brussels 


Burford 


Burgessville 


Burk's Falls 


121 


228 


1,353 


7,810 


450 


466 


127 


449 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


35,652 


71,705 


727,083 


4,796,122 


165,980 


216,645 


— 


221,469 


14,987 


36,466 


177,880 


1,306,755 


42,247 


123,277 


— 


55,825 


20,665 


35,239 


549,203 


3,489,367 


123,733 


93,368 


- 


165,644 


15,052 


7,958 


71,654 


487,267 


13,620 


19,325 





26,830 


3,072 


— 


— 


— 


12,000 


10,000 


— 


4,900 
5,064 


2,216 


2,566 


21,286 


95,983 


6,641 


1,882 


— 


— 


— 


— 


; — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


20,340 


10,524 


92,940 


583,250 


32,261 


31,207 


- 


36,794 


- 


- 


39,769 


145,225 


148 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,791 


264 


- 


- 


- 


- 


, 





44,560 


145,489 


148 











43,489 


75,387 


355,766 


3,471,407 


158,468 


166,792 


— 


128,368 


84,494 


121,150 


1,042,469 


7,689313 


314,610 


291367 


- 


330,806 




_ 


61,200 


291,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


61,200 


291,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,907 





57,970 


479,411 


15,461 


13,509 





23,791 


415 


— 


10,995 


2,393 


943 


11,436 


— 


511 


6,322 


- 


68,965 


481,804 


16,404 


24,945 


- 


24,302 


2,664 


8,000 


73,800 


1,008,048 


28,000 


20,854 


- 


29,147 


32,019 


34,880 


440,454 


2,008,463 


104,035 


78,776 




112,669 


— 


2,883 


42,284 


428,791 


7,703 


— 


— 


36,320 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


34,683 


45,763 


556,538 


3,445,302 


139,738 


99,630 





178,136 


43,489 


75,387 


355,766 


3,471,407 


158,468 


166,792 


— 


128,368 


84,494 


121,150 


1,042,469 


7,689,513 


314,610 


291367 


- 


330,806 


53,641 


20,074 


642,092 


5,033,412 


194,759 


178,655 


14,901 


234,845 


382- 


252 


13,303 


103,279 


2,597 


4,759 


236 


1,796- 


53,259 


20326 


655395 


5,136,691 


197356 


183,414 


15,137 


233,049 


47,060 


11,433 


482,320 


4,213,913 


168,193 


127,943 


13,080 


189,611 


1,146 


40 


34,435 


225,315 


5,230 


22,404 


948 


10,664 


3,831 


1,915 


55,243 


238,406 


13,344 


17,386 


2,003 


14,094 


— 


— 


10,358 


63,605 


— 


— 


— 


418 


1,231 


= 


18,208 


135,860 


5,206 


7,676 


575 


6,028 


53,268 


13388 


600364 


4,877,099 


191,973 


175,409 


16,606 


220,815 


(9) 


6^)38 


54,831 


259392 


5383 


8,005 


(1,469) 


12334 



•See Page 95 



106 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 
Number of Customers 


Burlington 
31,837 


Cache Bay 
262 


Caledon 
2,211 


Caledonia 
1,397 


Cambridge N 

Dumfries (R) 

25.089 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

26,083,062 

5,705,527 


$ 

122,766 
50,570 


$ 
2,029,231 
313,397 


$ 
652,006 
142,764 


$ 
19,790,303 
6,063,269 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


20,377,535 

1,645,964 

800,000 

10,000 

1,822,799 

32,459 


72,196 
6,810 

2,567 
776 


1,715,834 

19,515 
6,000 

46,715 
9,512 


509,242 

54,884 
90,000 

5,870 


13,727,034 

1,850 

500,000 

50,000 

1,104,008 


Other 


32,544 


Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


4,311,222 

292,548 

20,723 


10,153 


81,742 
3,186 
4,742 


150,754 
6,215 


1,688,402 

603,845 

31,430 








313,271 
7,758,754 


59,916 


7,928 
364,335 


6,215 
273,823 


635,275 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


10,957,568 


Total assets 


32,760,782 


142,265 


2,169,839 


940,034 


27,008^79 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


2,107,500 


- 


131,500 





629,000 


Other long-term debt 


1,986,908 




2,107,500 

2,033,053 

773,647 


16,952 
902 


131,500 

94,523 
7,579 


29,649 
28,411 


2,615,908 


LIABILITIES 


2,425,469 




370,802 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


2,806,700 
2,981,763 

12,823,641 
4,282,424 


17,854 
25,359 

37,294 
1,842 


102,102 
198,067 

371,370 
1,002,465 


58,060 
15,525 

413,378 
179,248 


2,796,271 
1,498,540 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 


7,112,830 


Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


2,027,162 




20,087,828 
7,758,754 


64,495 
59,916 


1,571,902 
364,335 


608,151 
273,823 


10,638,532 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


10,957,568 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


32,760,782 


142,265 


2,169,839 


940,034 


27,008^79 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 
Sale of electrical energy 


20,840,275 

747,735 


94,860 
1,718 


1,129,838 
21,806 


484,345 
21,241 


16,491,285 
526,651 








21,588,010 


96,578 


1,151,644 


505.586 


17,017,936 






EXPENSE 
Power purchased 


17,037,448 

945,653 
753,368 
497,770 
656,005 


78,701 

1,614 

8,884 

115 

4,144 


906,350 

62,719 
75,286 
35,039 
42,790 


344,228 

33,025 

59,986 

942 

15,127 


14,079,550 




594,637 




1,022,966 


Financial 


303,967 
567,697 


Other 


18,835 






Total expense 


19,890,244 


93,458 


1,122,184 


453308 


16^87,652 


Net Income (net expense) 


1,697,766 


3,120 


29,460 


52,278 


430.284 



(R) Restructured 



Statements A and B 



107 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Campbellford 
1,599 


Campbellville 
140 


Cannington 
683 


Capreol 
1,387 


Cardinal 
712 


Carleton Place 
2,302 


Casselman 
588 


Cayuga 
505 


$ 
1,246,573 
437,116 


$ 

63,649 

23,729 


$ 
295,445 
91,240 


$ 
754,605 
158,493 


$ 

198,021 
76,214 


$ 
1,038,094 
269,228 


$ 
332,046 
85,496 


$ 
287,007 
100,525 


809,457 

55,236 
20,000 

2-1,647 
1,374 


39,920 
6,925 

568 


204,205 

40,950 

40,000 

2,000 

4,406 


596,112 
70,077 

28,165 


121,807 
43,819 

15,818 


768,866 

43,059 

15,000 

35,316 

160 


246,550 

16,316 
30,000 

10,040 
83 


186,482 
38,632 

9,889 


98,257 
36,566 
10,824 


7,493 


87,356 


98,242 
1,505 


59,637 


93,535 
19,286 


56,439 
90 


48,521 
992 


47,390 
219,774 


42,662 


173,656 


1,505 

333,826 


177,068 


19,286 
902,291 


90 
145,190 


992 

129,953 


1,174,878 


90,075 


465,217 


1,029,685 


358,512 


1,783,978 


448,269 


365,948 


25,400 


I 


3,500 


9,000 


- 


- 


40,000 





25,400 

57,185 
31,426 


8,015 
202 


3,500 

28,208 
6,463 


9,000 

54,606 
15,817 


18,921 
1,361 


86,732 
15,583 


40,000 

41,834 
3,442 


13,908 
7,503 


88,611 
127,100 

694,397 
19,596 


8,217 
5,448 

8,500 

25,248 


34,671 
21,032 

162,139 
70,219 


70,423 
109,785 

348,970 
157,681 


20,282 
11,014 

149,130 
1,018 


102,315 
108,049 

609,936 
61,387 


45,276 
69,162 

117,447 
31,194 


21,411 
20,000 

186,000 
8,584 


841,093 
219,774 


39,196 
42,662 


253,390 
173,656 


616,436 
333,826 


161,162 
177,068 


779,372 
902,291 


217,803 
145,190 


214,584 
129,953 


1,174,878 


90,075 


465,217 


1,029,685 


358,512 


1,783,978 


448,269 


365,948 


646,727 
34,408 


76,576 
2,829 


291,171 
361 


631,725 
8,074 


198,549 
4,675 


1,103,937 
11,336 


369,329 
6,735 


208,054 
6,369 


681,135 


79,405 


291,532 


639,799 


203,224 


1,115,273 


376,064 


214,423 


440,405 
33,292 
40,860 
81,721 
12,948 
32,217 


66,044 

1,590 

6,556 

6 

1,939 


225,371 

10,643 
15,908 
1,471 
8,716 


474,061 

54,063 
54,740 
4,891 
18,369 


167,530 

5,454 
10,319 

75 
7,415 


874,349 

50,508 

63,108 

2,119 

28,351 


311,898 

5,868 
19,897 
7,439 
9,285 


151,868 

17,919 

23,370 

149 

8,144 


641,443 


76,135 


262,109 


606,124 


190,793 


1,018,435 


354387 


201,450 


39,692 


3,270 


29,423 


33,675 


12,431 


96,838 


21,677 


12,973 



108 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Chalk River 
366 


Chapleau Twp. 
1,192 


Chatham 
13,481 


Chatsworth 
183 


Chesley 




885 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

160,164 
67,600 


$ 
729,114 
62,470 


$ 
8,637,950 
2,090,711 


$ 

72,821 

35,418 


5 

361,428 
136,762 


Net fixed assets 
CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 


92,564 
32,522 

15,519 
36 


666,644 
14,293 

16,868 
939 


6,547,239 

172,278 

100,000 

671,212 

22,786 


37,403 

32,985 

6,000 
2,946 


224,666 

32,155 
35,000 
4,000 
25,113 


Other 


— 


Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories .... 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 


48,077 
106 


32,100 
3,331 


966,276 

286,392 

97,218 


41,931 


96,268 
66 


Total other assets 
Equity in Ontario Hydro 


106 

78,268 


3,331 
212,917 


383,610 
5,416,340 


64,078 


66 
344,614 


Total assets 


219,015 


914,992 


13313,465 


143,412 


665,614 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


7,500 


92,000 








- 








7,500 

34,761 
999 


92,000 

55,405 
32,050 


751,783 
17,992 


10,752 
679 




LIABILITIES 


40,003 


Other liabilities 


29,885 




35,760 
52,866 

30,757 
13,864 


87,455 
145,043 

369,398 
8,179 


769,775 
1,479,035 

4,753,565 
894,750 


11,431 
5,014 

62,889 


69,888 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


24,410 

210,435 
16,267 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


97,487 
78,268 


522,620 
212,917 


7,127,350 
5,416,340 


67,903 
64,078 


251,112 
344,614 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


219,015 


914,992 


13313,465 


143,412 


665,614 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


157,115 
1,633 


684,260 
14,860 


8,422,841 
1 19,629 


78,637 
317 


399,109 
21,693- 




158,748 


699,120 


8,542,470 


78,954 


377,416 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


127,428 

5,510 
9,305 
1,294 
5,389 


505,495 

35,257 
85,177 
24,250 
15,281 


6,733,533 

707,975 

588,368 

1,565 

179,836 


68,219 

1,738 
4,244 

2,523 


302,976 
17,760 




21,956 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


10,191 


Total expense 


148,926 


665,460 


8,211,277 


76,724 


352,883 


Net Income (net expense) 


9,822 


33,660 


331,193 


2,230 


24333 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



109 



Chesterville 


Chippawa 


Clifford 


Clinton 


Cobden 


Cobourg 


Cochrane 


Colborne 


593 


1,738 


310 


1,436 


473 


4,515 


1,795 


757 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


272,847 


684,831 


145,314 


776,346 


122,272 


2,129,130 


1,541,088 


504,028 


88,213 


122,442 


42,337 


310,781 


57,891 


1,121,924 


364,196 


97,653 


184,634 


562,389 


102,977 


465,565 


64,381 


1,007,206 


1,176,892 


406,375 


2,721 


34,528 


16,365 


16,100 


12,999 


418,446 


130,114 


11,520 


— 


— 


— 


59,000 


— 


300,000 


— 


— 


4,393 


12,670 


2,341 


18,500 


17,436 


75,483 


27,419 


19,179 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,653 


1,000 


7,114 


47,198 


18,706 


93,600 


30,435 


793,929 


159,186 


31,699 


- 


9,755 


- 


2,380 


- 


40,358 


48,104 


8,027 


436 


27,477 


- 


- 


60 


- 


- 


100 


436 


37.232 





2,380 


60 


40,358 


48,104 


8,127 


310,781 


296,927 


94,911 


514,403 


118,408 


2,162,311 


477,152 


214,401 


502,965 


943,746 


216,594 


1,075,948 


213,284 


4,003,804 


1,861334 


660,602 




185,783 










479,000 


94,332 


17,100 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


17,100 


185,783 


- 


- 


- 


- 


479,000 


94,332 


7,653 


51,882 


11,573 


50,352 


24,800 


338,500 


161,616 


37,303 


2,588 


57,050 


157 


31,622 


303 


65,170 


93,673 


4,649 


10,241 


108,932 


11,730 


81,974 


25,103 


403,670 


255,289 


41,952 


5,889 


156,039 


14,929 


121,673 


4,949 


105,993 


151,101 


17,862 


154,818 


159,519 


85,698 


345,953 


57,192 


1,317,829 


434,158 


274,620 


4,136 


36,546 


9,326 


11,945 


7,632 


14,001 


64,634 


17,435 


164,843 


352,104 


109,953 


479,571 


69,773 


1,437,823 


649,893 


309,917 


310,781 


296,927 


94,911 


514,403 


118,408 


2,162,311 


477,152 


214,401 


502,965 


943,746 


216,594 


1,075,948 


213,284 


4,003,804 


1,861334 


660,602 


455,920 


559,957 


120,185 


599,398 


181,930 


3,349,439 


1,293,050 


406,226 


3,720 


10,267 


1,831 


24,050 


3,469 


96,572 


9,665- 


12,024 


459,640 


570,224 


122,016 


623,448 


185399 


3,446,011 


1,283385 


418,250 


390,962 


386,472 


104,644 


469,614 


160,726 


2,991,278 


945,957 


316,033 


8,345 


48,719 


2,419 


44,898 


5,220 


71,124 


108,269 


14,887 


19,075 


79,328 


6,594 


56,617 


14,984 


126,646 


90,486 


30,638 


2,081 


41,020 


— 


— 


249 


— 


62,875 


13,147 


8,619 


16,021 


4,394 


21,064 


4,549 


78,255 


39,756 


11,745 


— 


2,717 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


429,082 


574,277 


118,051 


592,193 


185,728 


3,267303 


1,247343 


386,450 


30,558 


(4,053) 


3^)65 


31,255 


(329) 


178,708 


36,042 


31,800 



110 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial I 



Municipality 


Coldwater 


Collin gwood 


Comber 


Coniston 


Cookstown 


Number of Customers 


406 


4,935 


308 


915 


405 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities at cost 


142,603 


2,685,912 


165,731 


356,517 


161,149 


Less accumulated depreciation 


44,316 


652,515 


68,168 


92,123 


36,088 


Net fixed assets 


98,287 


2,033,397 


97,563 


264,394 


125,061 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash on hand and in bank 


14,193 


454,677 


1,621 


20,276 


29,647 


Investments-term deposits 


10,000 


— 


— 


30,000 


10,000 


—bonds 


15,500 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts receivable (net) 


2,929 


60,132 


6,214 


9,729 


9,893 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


361 


— 


Total current assets 


42,622 


514,809 


7,835 


60,366 


49,540 


OTHER ASSETS 












Inventories 


693 


69,941 


149 


1,750 


— 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellaneous assets 


— 


9,041 


— 


6,982 


— 


Total other assets 


693 


78,982 


149 


8,732 


_ 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


146,444 


1,988,180 


107,282 


156,823 


94,485 


Total assets 


288,046 


4,615368 


212,829 


490315 


269,086 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures outstanding 


— 


186,000 


— 


— 


— 


Other long-term debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total long-term debt 


_ 


186,000 


_ 





_ 


LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities 


21,430 


426,110 


8,236 


28,330 


21,236 


Other liabilities 


3,205 


78,326 


514 


13,289 


3,950 


Total liabilities 


24,635 


504,436 


8,750 


41,619 


25,186 


EQUITY 












Debt redeemed 


6,867 


206,183 


15,626 


49,633 


12,001 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accumulated net income invested in 












plant or held as working funds 


94,394 


1,476,414 


51,383 


234,178 


91,237 


Contributed capital 


15,706 


254,155 


29,788 


8,062 


46,177 


Other reserves 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total utility equity 


116,967 


1,936,752 


96,797 


291,873 


149,415 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


146,444 


1,988,180 


107,282 


156,823 


94,485 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


288,046 


4,615368 


212,829 


490315 


269,086 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 












REVENUE 












Sale of electrical energy 


193,276 


3,581,949 


120,126 


337,528 


159,784 


Miscellaneous 


3,311- 


18,134 


1,738 


12,460 


3,477- 


Total revenue 


189,965 


3,600,083 


121,864 


349,988 


156307 


EXPENSE 












Power purchased 


157,852 


3,153,601 


91,606 


268,907 


124,960 




1,771 


142,143 


12,142 


25,047 


— 


Operation and maintenance 


2,518 




16,677 


135,422 
38,465 


12,618 
14 


19,181 


13,317 


Financial 


— 


Depreciation 


4,557 


63,492 


4,932 


9,930 


4,512 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total expense 


180,857 


3,533,123 


121,312 


323,065 


145307 


Net Income (net expense) 


9,108 


66,960 


552 


26,923 


11,000 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



111 



Cottam 


Creemore 


Dashwood 


Deep River 


Delaware 


Delhi 


Deseronto 


Dorchester 


292 


481 


201 


1,680 


171 


1,839 


667 


409 


$ 

146,965 
48,850 


$ 

191,746 
67,367 


$ 

78,040 

18,377 


$ 
1,346,525 
490,611 


$ 

52,194 

26,382 


$ 
866,177 
245,207 


$ 
293,374 
143,887 


$ 
206,654 
58,521 


98,115 


124,379 


59,663 


855,914 


25,812 


620,970 


149,487 


148,133 


30,835 
8,000 
3,000 
1,817 


20,609 

5,000 
7,808 


19,176 
958 


25,000 
18,568 


16,769 
2,300 


500 
7,024 


27,498 
14,789 


30,502 

1,500 
1,802 


— 


577 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


43,652 


33,994 


20,134 


43,568 


19,069 


7,524 


42,287 


33,804 


- 


1,853 


- 


40,036 


- 


55,195 


28,646 


- 


4,121 


- 


- 


4,416 


2,599 


1,337 


- 


- 


4,121 

66,248 


1,853 
131,710 


80,999 


44,452 
551,095 


2,599 
54,340 


56,532 
470,492 


28,646 
243,386 


101,617 


212,136 


291,936 


160,796 


1,495,029 


101,820 


1,155,518 


463,806 


283,554 


_ 


_ 


_ 


208,948 


_ 


93,000 





_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


208,948 


- 


93,000 


- 


- 


19,830 


23,522 
9,222 


7,986 
1,631 


78,393 
39,866 


6,783 
135 


68,399 
45,273 


45,433 
16,932 


24,827 
1,697 


19,830 


32,744 


9,617 


118,259 


6,918 


113,672 


62,365 


26,524 


13,892 


2,824 


3,400 


236,685 


4,000 


92,000 


15,000 


7,300 


55,831 
56,335 


124,585 
73 


66,651 
129 


156,046 
223,996 


35,656 
906 


366,631 
19,723 


136,775 
6,280 


104,448 
43,665 


126,058 
66,248 


127,482 
131,710 


70,180 
80,999 


616,727 
551,095 


40,562 
54,340 


478,354 
470,492 


158,055 
243,386 


155,413 
101,617 


212,136 


291,936 


160,796 


1,495,029 


101,820 


1,155,518 


463,806 


283,554 


95,653 
3,192 


211,150 
3,019- 


86,686 
488- 


1,240,542 
18,325 


71,449 
1,984 


778,159 
29,933 


446,602 
2,395 


157,644 
3,267 


98,845 


208,131 


86,198 


1,258,867 


73,433 


808,092 


448,997 


1604)11 


77,120 


169,099 


70,827 


983,823 


58,393 


552,493 


357,894 


124,632 


7,254 
10,966 

3,868 


4,591 
16,485 

7,133 


1,401 
6,110 

2,399 


88,507 
49,431 
45,809 
39,590 


5,363 
6,629 

1,870 


72,227 

1 14,400 

15,651 

23,298 


25,622 
42,456 

10,386 


5,077 
13,809 

5,865 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,208 


197308 


80,737 


1,207,160 


72,255 


778,069 


436,358 


149383 


(363) 


10,823 


5,461 


51,707 


1,178 


30,023 


12,639 


11328 



112 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Drayton 
333 


Dresden 
1,090 


Drumbo 
201 


Dryden 
2,543 


Dublin 
130 


A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

194,887 
46,162 


$ 

550,240 
148,379 


$ 


$ 

1,660,147 
686,748 


$ 

69,974 
32,366 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 


148,725 

12,233 
17,000 
6,331 
4,106 


401,861 

32,387 

18,835 


- 


973,399 

67,506 
100,000 

82,229 
3,036 


37,608 
16,581 

378 


Other 




39,670 
304 


51,222 
10,799 
6,955 


- 


252,771 

17,195 

1,568 


16,959 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 








304 
1 19,536 


17,754 
418,821 


— 


18,763 
586,420 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


59,427 


Total assets 


308,235 


889,658 


- 


1,831353 


113.994 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 








- 


12,500 
26,372 


- 








18,531 
3,344 


52,671 
14,665 


- 


38,872 

152,084 
28,316 


5,810 
155 


LIABILITIES 


Other liabilities 




21,875 
9,500 

154,583 
2,741 


67,336 
51,224 

334,254 
18,023 


- 


180,400 
228,489 

761,716 
35,456 


5,965 
6,200 

40,457 
1,945 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


166,824 
1 19,536 


403,501 
418,821 


— 


1,025,661 
586,420 


48,602 
59,427 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


308,235 


889,658 


- 


1,831353 


113,994 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


168,557 
466 


630,206 
6,819 


21,139 
654 


1,368,059 
7,651- 


63,621 


Miscellaneous 


1,340 


Total revenue 


169,023 


637,025 


21,793 


1360,408 


64,961 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


136,606 

6,391 
6,960 

5,880 


506,512 

33,208 

63,190 

1,917 

11,747 


17,977 

394 
1,408 

623 


924,085 

102,471 
123,110 
22,838 
49,191 


54,403 

1,467 
4,418 

2,483 


Total expense 


155,837 


616,574 


20,402 


1,221.695 


62,771 


Net Income (net expense) 


13,186 


20,451 


1,391 


138,713 


2,190 



•See Page 95 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



113 



Dundalk 
605 


Dundas 
5,920 


Dunnville 
2,171 


Durham 
1,038 


Dutton 
423 


East York 
24,815 


East Zorra 

Tavistock 

685 


Eganville 
561 


$ 

276,489 
51,860 


$ 
4,733,889 
1,438,274 


$ 
1,266,993 
220,191 


$ 
574,582 
181,295 


$ 

188,836 
54,169 


$ 
16,812,634 
5,471,412 


$ 
395,234 
154,246 


$ 
347,486 
169,726 


224,629 

29,431 

1,500 
14,574 


3,295,615 

147,229 
300,000 

100,662 


1,046,802 

75,026 
215,000 

13,488 
3,153 


393,287 

15,525 
9,300 

30,681 


134,667 
24,507 

8,630 


11,341,222 

92,930 
1,725,000 

1,566,064 
1,863 


240,988 

91,339 
15,000 

2,252 


177,760 

25,586 
10,000 

9,736 
400 


45,505 
197 
407 


547,891 
96,179 
9,164 


306,667 
88,918 
3,195 


55,506 
1,311 
5,368 


33,137 

654 

4,827 


3,385,857 

629,244 
791,701 
46,984 


108,591 

1,133 

810 


45,722 
4,479 


604 

178,057 


105,343 
1,944,925 


92,113 
858,198 


6,679 
369,192 


5,481 
129,462 


1,467,929 
12,459,617 


1,943 
343,202 


4,479 
102,167 


448,795 


5,893,774 


2303,780 


824,664 


302,747 


28,654,625 


694,724 


330,128 


44,000 


844,200 


188,000 


9,000 


17,000 


1,841,903 


28,000 





44,000 

49,036 
769 


844,200 

358,269 
319,694 


188,000 

96,533 
58,273 


9,000 

66,118 
15,902 


17,000 

28,377 
1,462 


1,841,903 

2,007,224 
437,854 


28,000 

37,888 
8,798 


33,259 
1,773 


49,805 
11,116 

163,772 
2,045 


677,963 
1,099,430 

771,962 
555,294 


154,806 
151,939 

817,365 
133,472 


82,020 
46,324 

310,859 
7,269 


29,839 
9,907 

112,431 
4,108 


2,445,078 

1,666,672 
791,701 

9,018,580 
431,074 


46,686 

47,284 

213,085 
16,467 


35,032 
98,007 

83,181 
11,741 


176,933 
178,057 


2,426,686 
1,944,925 


1,102,776 
858,198 


364,452 
369,192 


126,446 
129,462 


11,908,027 
12,459,617 


276,836 
343,202 


192,929 
102,167 


448,795 


5,893,774 


2303,780 


824,664 


302,747 


28,654,625 


694,724 


330,128 


312,051 
3,621- 


3,081,447 
18,298 


1,049,125 
28,305 


469,315 
8,838 


142,698 
2,950 


17,271,842 
229,212 


406,192 
3,999 


199,508 
3,239 


308,430 


3,099,745 


1,077,430 


478,153 


145,648 


17,501,054 


410,191 


202,747 


256,170 

8,774 
19,730 
8,304 
6,903 


2,245,199 

161,427 
285,576 
185,983 
138,378 
3,037 


761,566 

89,175 
80,723 
24,551 
29,740 


377,531 

31,663 

27,730 

2,641 

' 13,844 


105,648 

6,338 
12,529 
2,917 
5,509 


13,693,378 

1,102,655 
942,084 
187,808 
555,112 


340,686 

13,141 
18,000 
5,020 
13,248 


150,971 
17,063 
11,490 
7,251 

9,903 


299,881 


3,019,600 


985,755 


453,409 


132,941 


16,481,037 


390,095 


196,678 


8,549 


80,145 


91,675 


24,744 


12,707 


1,020,017 


20,096 


6,069 



114 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 
Number of Customers 


Elmvale 

525 


Elmwood 
161 


Elora 
904 


Embro 
322 


Embrun 

544 


A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

192,207 
69,066 


$ 

40,286 

17,993 


$ 
351,788 
154,468 


$ 


$ 

353,297 
98,507 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments— term deposits 

—bonds 
Accounts receivable (net) 
Other 


123,141 

31,121 

22,500 
10,500 
3,715 


22,293 

5,466 
3,000 
1,000 
1,566 


197,320 

4,285 
20,000 

17,942 


- 


254,790 
49,964 

13,233 


Total current assets 
OTHER ASSETS 
Inventories 
Sinking fund on debentures 


67,836 

777 


11,032 
60 


42,227 
720 


- 


63,197 
6,409 








777 
169,835 


60 

48,286 


720 
300,619 


— 


6,409 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


141,115 


Total assets 


361,589 


81,671 


540,886 


- 


465,511 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


- 


- 


114,500 


Total long-term debt 
LIABILITIES 


27,489 
1,062 


4,044 
449 


1,626 
17,056 


- 


1 14,500 

54,755 




270 








28,551 
6,544 

152,631 
4,028 


4,493 
6,106 

22,552 
234 


18,682 
19,862 

189,947 
11,776 


- 


55,025 


EQUITY 


72,500 






Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 
Contributed capital 
Other reserves 


73,616 
8,755 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


163,203 
169,835 


28,892 
48,286 


221,585 
300,619 


— 


154,871 
141,115 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


361,589 


81,671 


540,886 


- 


465,511 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


242,758 
117 


47,798 
84 


444,900 
2,022 


43,582 
580 


400,144 
9,499 




242,875 


47,882 


446,922 


44,162 


409,643 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


209,323 

3,116 

11,404 

15 

6,368 


38,160 

2,232 

3,839 

334 

1,457 


350,777 

28,907 
39,050 

10,592 


36,164 

383 
1,926 

1,248 


332,021 

14,638 
16,884 
21,053 
10,025 


Other 


_ 






Total expense 


230,226 


46,022 


429326 


39,721 


394,621 


Net Income (net expense) 


12,649 


1,860 


17,5% 


4,441 


15,022 



♦See Page 95 



Statements A and B 



115 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



Erieau 
374 


Erie Beach 
139 


Erin 
834 


Espanola 
2,040 


Essex 

2,172 


Etobicoke 
90,090 


Exeter 
1,672 


Fenelon Falls 
960 


$ 

104,738 
66,488 


$ 

28,864 

16,112 


$ 
470,047 
93,098 


$ 
953,015 
239,719 


$ 
1,172,106 
348,570 


$ 
65,038,332 
17,041,693 


$ 
1,054,354 
354,796 


$ 
468,761 
94,364 


38,250 

17,480 
15,000 

2,73-5 


12,752 
9,251 

1,176 


376,949 

91,340 
16,000 

12,230 


713,296 
200 

7,797 
4,294 


823,536 

68,707 
116,000 

48,352 


47,996,639 

25,133 
11,325,000 

2,499,589 
17,672 


699,558 

86,937 
8,000 
3,000 

16,387 


374,397 

20,751 
17,000 

2,874 


35,215 


10,427 


1 19,570 
4,215 


12,291 
9,165 
14,602 


233,059 
36,121 

1,441 


13,867,394 

1,540,727 

3,446,347 

45,893 


114,324 

780 

65,243 


40,625 
153 


104,253 


19,789 


4,215 
149,764 


23,767 
390,220 


37,562 
498,771 


5,032,967 
36,306,024 


66,023 
560,308 


153 
119,081 


177,718 


42,968 


650,498 


1,139^74 


1392,928 


103,203,024 


1,440,213 


534,256 


- 





- 


24,500 


36,296 


4,882,120 


21,049 
34,000 


79,000 


12,186 
270 


2,131 


49,790 
19,723 


24,500 

64,441 
52,436 


36,296 

111,606 
43,173 


4,882,120 

6,559,907 
1,107,699 


55,049 

87,461 
104,036 


79,000 

49,732 
10,052 


12,456 
20,529 

39,529 
951 


2,131 

7,783 

12,073 
1,192 


69,513 

14,242 

191,763 
225,216 


116,877 
120,500 

337,633 
149,844 


154,779 
105,324 

602,303 
195,455 


7,667,606 

8,475,424 
3,446,347 

35,126,219 
7,299,284 


191,497 
43,951 

505,323 
84,085 


59,784 
166,000 

96,197 
14,194 


61,009 
104,253 


21,048 
19,789 


431,221 
149,764 


607,977 
390,220 


903,082 
498,771 


54,347,274 
36,306,024 


633,359 
560,308 


276,391 
119,081 


177,718 


42,968 


650,498 


1,139,574 


1392,928 


103,203,024 


1,440,213 


534,256 


108,657 
2,381 


26,596 
443 


437,976 
4,163- 


1,124,595 
17,980 


959,167 
21,981 


65,504,937 
2,496,145 


858,020 
3,357- 


453,552 
1,789 


111,038 


27,039 


433,813 


1,142375 


981,148 


68,001,082 


854,663 


455341 


84,411 

8,149 
10,440 

4,303 


19,016 

1,227 
4,075 

1,133 


347,026 

17,841 
25,315 

10,747 


896,794 

73,184 
85,433 
13,660 

24,234 


731,115 

62,688 
69,046 
15,213 
28,343 


56,365,911 

3,381,163 

2,526,682 

316,945 

1,767,000 


637,770 

45,788 

87,398 

7,401 

30,370 


345,050 

33,725 
21,621 
10,911 
12,482 


107303 


25,451 


400,929 


1,093305 


906,405 


64357,701 


808,727 


423,789 


3,735 


1,588 


32,884 


49,270 


74,743 


3,643381 


45,936 


31,552 



116 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Fergus 
2,147 


Finch 
196 


Flesherton 
309 


Fonthill 
997 


Forest 
1,163 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
1,199,103 
381,256 


$ 

99,765 

35,870 


$ 

111,733 
38,019 


$ 
544,744 
202,959 


$ 

426,480 
184,177 


Net fixed assets 
CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments-term deposits 


817,847 

36,334 
100,000 

13,935 


63,895 
3,560 

2,487 


73,714 

17,798 

1,000 
3,971 
1,843 


341,785 
1,967 

55,428 


242,303 
10,636 




13,190 


Other 




Total current assets 
OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 
Miscellaneous assets 


150,269 
1,585 
2,657 


6,047 


24,612 
128 


57,395 
3,189 


23,826 
534 


Total other assets 
Equity in Ontario Hvdro 


4,242 
1,153,343 


66,163 


128 
98,066 


3,189 
229,379 


534 
407,696 


Total assets 


2,125,701 


136,105 


196,520 


631,748 


674,359 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 
Other long-term debt 


22,000 


- 


- 


37,500 


- 


Total long-term debt 
LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 
Other liabilities 


22,000 

10,202 
24,200 


10,593 
471 


13,326 
1,780 


37,500 

112,322 
7,103 


48,298 
6,090 


Total liabilities 


34,402 
162,961 

700,744 
52,251 


11,064 
7,000 

43,075 
8,803 


15,106 

5,831 

71,335 
6,182 


119,425 
62,673 

152,921 
29,850 


54,388 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 
Contributed capital 
Other reserves 


23,357 

175,513 
13,405 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


915,956 
1,153,343 


58,878 
66,163 


83,348 
98,066 


245,444 
229,379 


212,275 
407,696 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,125,701 


136,105 


196,520 


631,748 


674359 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 
Miscellaneous 


2,016,853 
15,630 


79,283 
2,280 


144,303 
2,096 


339,565 
26,074 


587,282 
12,298 


Total revenue 


2,032,483 


81,563 


146,399 


365,639 


599380 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


1,765,594 

66,826 
69,232 
17,003 
32,911 


66,590 

5,428 
5,742 

3,272 


130,067 

4,185 
3,985 

3,643 


269,921 

38,982 

46,002 

5,132 

17,334 


485,358 

37,514 
48,504 




— 


Depreciation 
Other 


16,337 


Total expense 


1,951,566 


81,032 


141,880 


377371 


587,713 


Net Income (net expense) 


80,917 


531 


4,519 


(11,732) 


11,867 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



117 



Frankford 
790 


Georgetown 
5,794 


Glencoe 

773 


Gloucester 
Twp. 
18,045 


Goderich 
3,133 


Grand Bend 
894 


Grand Valley 
501 


Granton 
133 


$ 
290,514 
109,428 


$ 
3,354,715 
1,133,729 


$ 
316,414 
137,679 


$ 
15,557,198 
3,000,587 


$ 
1,932,837 
739,617 


$ 
299,013 
147,189 


$ 

163,805 
38,968 


$ 

82,229 
9,062 


181,086 
10,951 

4,171 


2,220,986 

19,052 
100,000 

51,896 


178,735 

19,847 
35,000 

39,231 


12,556,611 

531,587 
1,100,000 

422,200 
124,305 


1,193,220 

53,283 

41,000 
70,416 


151,824 

39,759 
15.500 

5,986 


124,837 

23,446 

3,000 
4,609 


73,167 
9,699 

1,654 


15,122 
189 


170,948 
54,738 
28,880 


94,078 
1,875 
2,441 


2,178,092 

618,692 
300,755 
167,978 


164,699 

7,835 


61,245 
3,741 
2,628 


31,055 
215 


11,353 
51 


189 
150,639 


83,618 
1,899,721 


4,316 

208,769 


1,087,425 
3,148,758 


7,835 
1,457,522 


6,369 
159,332 


215 
136,857 


51 
48,265 


347,036 


4375,273 


485,898 


18,970,886 


2,823,276 


378,770 


292,964 


132,836 


6,500 


497,064 


- 


4,651,572 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


6,500 

36,003 
1,179 


497,064 

319,634 
88,026 


65,073 
6,672 


4,651,572 

1,054,836 
4,572 


201,385 
53,180 


20,479 
5,840 


24,717 


8,100 

256 


37,182 
26,500 

116,920 
9,295 


407,660 
910,554 

424,508 
235,766 


71,745 
20,113 

159,373 
25,898 


1,059,408 

1,456,891 

300,755 

3,332,388 
5,021,114 


254,565 
212,960 

777,062 
121,167 


26,319 
83,325 

104,942 
4,852 


24,717 
10,794 

108,700 
11,896 


8,356 
6,602 

26,717 
42,896 


152,715 
150,639 


1,570,828 
1,899,721 


205,384 
208,769 


10,111,148 
3,148,758 


1,111,189 

1,457,522 


193,119 
159,332 


131,390 
136,857 


76,215 
48,265 


347,036 


4375,273 


485,898 


184>70,886 


2,823,276 


378,770 


292,964 


132,836 


303,588 
8,277 


3,172,263 
99,439 


321,867 
11,418 


10,233,326 
386,584 


2,042,606 
54,965 


251,842 
9,921 


185,829 
1,437- 


57,511 
1,446 


311,865 


3,271,702 


333,285 


10,619,910 


2,097371 


261,763 


184392 


58,957 


261,421 

10,081 

28,141 

955 

9,617 


2,582,205 

102,681 
178,270 
154,938 
107,812 


260,444 

17,609 
24,246 

10,422 


8,158,971 

267,680 
643,928 
689,388 
366,295 


1,668,064 

148,225 
155,240 

53,980 


190,269 

28,534 
28,867 

9,135 


158,270 

6,347 

7,498 

413 

4,811 


49,784 

3,593 
3,315 

1,979 


310,215 


3,125^)06 


312,721 


10,126,262 


2,025,509 


256,805 


177339 


58,671 


1,650 


145,796 


20364 


493,648 


72,062 


4,958 


7,053 


286 



118 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Gravenhurst 


Grimsby 


Guelph 


Hagersville 


Hamilton 


Number of Customers 


1,928 


2,526 


21,719 


1,016 


115,865 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities at cost 


977,846 


1,019,918 


18,015,131 


412,025 


60,829,160 


Less accumulated depreciation 


245,888 


410,792 


4,192,354 


183,390 


13,521,537 


Net fixed assets 


731,958 


609,126 


13,822,777 


228,635 


47,307,623 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash on hand and in bank 


27,036 


75,586 


161,658 


24,298 


380,779 


Investments-term deposits 


20,000 


70,000 


2,272,656 


85,000 


5,450,000 


—bonds 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts receivable (net) 


40,122 


12,429 


763,858 


4,087 


8,414,772 


Other 


— 


2,078 


— 


— 


272,655 


Total current assets 


87,158 


160,093 


3,198,172 


113,385 


14,518,206 


OTHER ASSETS 












Inventories 


5,033 


— 


440,015 


— 


2,169,516 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellaneous assets 


2,758 


2,076 


221,440 


— 


5,000 


Total other assets 


7,791 


2,076 


661,455 


_ 


2,174,516 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


588,497 


603,460 


9,938,562 


516,336 


89,990,297 


Total assets 


1,415,404 


1,374,755 


27,620,966 


858356 


1534)90,642 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures outstanding 


73,000 


24,000 


1,288,000 


— 


— 


Other long-term debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total long-term debt 


73,000 


24,000 


1,288,000 








LIABILITIES 














74,656 
26,498 


78,815 
26,375 


252,868 
425,916 


30,537 
5,806 


9,087,033 




647,904 






Total liabilities 


101,154 


105,190 


678,784 


36,343 


9,734,937 


EQUITY 












Debt redeemed 


111,279 


190,200 


2,160,696 


8,000 


7,709,892 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accumulated net income invested in 












plant or held as working funds 


470,628 


351,155 


10,469,317 


296,140 


44,315,712 


Contributed capital 


70,846 


100,750 


3,085,607 


1,537 


2,063,072 


Other reserves 


— 


— 


— 


— 


176,732 


Total utility equitv 


652,753 


642,105 


15,715,620 


305,677 


54,265,408 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


588,497 


603,460 


9,938,562 


516,336 


89,990,297 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,415,404 


1374,755 


27,620,966 


858356 


153,990,642 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 












REVENUE 












Sale of electrical energv 


832,301 


985,063 


17,058,977 


381,053 


111,277,135 


Miscellaneous 


21,065 


24,145 


1,232,104 


25,171 


1,961,432 




853366 


1,009,208 


18,291,081 


406,224 


113338367 






EXPENSE 
Power purchased 


657,722 


803,116 


14,233,650 


328,595 


100,126,226 


Local generation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Operation and maintenance 
Administration 


38,886 


40,067 


606,471 


62,258 


3,574,185 


42,887 


100,871 


1,616,586 


32,540 


3,179,535 


Financial 


20,638 


10,599 


260,772 


— 


— 


Depreciation 
Other 


28,345 


31,045 


456,586 


12,926 


1,437,852 
793,737 


Total expense 


788,478 


985,698 


17,174,065 


436319 


109,111335 


Net Income (net expense) 


64,888 


23310 


1,117,016 


(30,095) 


4,127,032 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



119 



Hanover 
2,365 


Harriston 
840 


Harrow 
896 


Hastings 
508 


Havelock 
561 


Hawkesbury 
3,555 


Hearst 
1,359 


Hensall 
426 


$ 

1,200,383 
362,860 


$ 
505,542 
142,776 


$ 
601,168 
191,081 


$ 
244,309 
97,593 


$ 
198,391 

92,547 


$ 
1,564,878 
503,369 


$ 
1,075,812 
293,164 


$ 
336,473 
119,110 


837,523 

71,473 

22,000 

59,468 

425 


362,766 

18,061 
25,000 

2,432 


410,087 

16,579 
35,000 

22,537 


146,716 
32,510 

4,367 
611 


105,844 

10,059 
32,000 

5,501 
851 


1,061,509 

253,307 
110,000 

26,125 


782,648 

26,377 
80,000 
40,000 
67,376 
515 


217,363 

53,070 
55,000 
6,926 
3,021 


153,366 
30,831 
6,093 


45,493 
644 
358 


74,116 
937 


37,488 
465 


48,411 
230 
150 


389,432 
32,331 


214,268 
231 


118,017 
200 


36,924 
1,071,764 


1,002 
344,354 


937 

364,224 


465 
111,139 


380 
149,176 


32,331 
1,072,902 


231 
530,435 


200 
222,748 


2,099,577 


753,615 


849364 


295,808 


303,811 


2,556,174 


1,527,582 


558328 


103,093 


13,000 





25,000 


- 


- 


129,000 


- 


103,093 

245,033 
13,600 


13,000 

44,694 
18,017 


38,102 
35,602 


25,000 

19,883 
6,669 


19,715 
1,176 


288,294 
51,124 


129,000 

152,193 
47,366 


33,070 
6,597 


258,633 
80,162 

562,506 
23,419 


62,711 
52,708 

261,571 
19,271 


73,704 
12,000 

265,368 
134,068 


26,552 
26,000 

104,138 
2,979 


20,891 
62,696 

58,484 
12,564 


339,418 
283,867 

798,864 
61,123 


199,559 

72,177 

518,321 
78,090 


39,667 
12,000 

270,301 
13,612 


666,087 
1,071,764 


333,550 
344,354 


411,436 
364,224 


133,117 
111,139 


133,744 
149,176 


1,143,854 
1,072,902 


668,588 
530,435 


295,913 

222,748 


2,099,577 


753,615 


849364 


295,808 


303,811 


2,556,174 


1,527,582 


558328 


1,535,187 
10,563- 


402,667 
5,994- 


465,792 
945 


211,926 
3,730 


195,296 
4,708 


3,172,223 
45,937 


1,429,444 
6,546 


322,135 
9,688 


1,524,624 


396,673 


466,737 


215,656 


200,004 


3,218,160 


1,435,990 


331,823 


1,356,650 

30,376 
70,359 
11,476 
27,895 


329,762 

18,718 

20,340 

2,870 

13,685 


350,751 

23,503 
56,616 

14,350 


169,321 

4,258 
18,605 
4,638 
7,938 


162,397 

5,910 
22,102 

7,026 


2,815,892 

53,381 

108,995 

11 

47,435 


1,213,317 

20,473 
62,207 
16,860 
29,820 


263,002 

10,078 
24,907 

9,236 


1,496,756 


385375 


445,220 


204,760 


197,435 


3,025,714 


1342,677 


307,223 


27,868 


11,298 


21,517 


10,896 


2,569 


192,446 


93313 


24,600 



120 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Holstein 
106 


Huntsville 
1,582 


Ingersoll 
3,151 


Iroquois 
530 


Jarvis 


Number of Customers 


480 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

31,337 
8,942 


$ 

783,961 
223,495 


$ 

2,128,083 
741,522 


$ 
273,572 
130,250 


$ 

221,577 
71,205 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 


22,395 
9,439 

1,119 


560,466 

58,088 
165,000 

47,947 


1,386,561 

60,221 
100,000 

44,982 


143,322 

41,269 

5,000 
13,633 
1,000 


150,372 
49,060 

7,385 


Other 








Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


10,558 


271,035 

22,543 

1,104 


205,203 
181,228 
41,046 


60,902 

593 

3,055 


56,445 
168 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 






27,855 


23,647 
719,328 


222,274 
1,506,405 


3,648 
280,791 


168 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


127,933 




60,808 


1,574,476 


3320,443 


488,663 


334,918 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


5,000 


59,000 


192,000 
43,491 















Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 


5,000 

3,111 
1,835 


59,000 

94,090 
26,052 


235,491 

141,290 
14,526 


45,393 
2,074 


16,435 


Other liabilities 


2,386 




4,946 
7,762 

10,245 
5,000 


120,142 
21,697 

638,748 
15,561 


155,816 
207,657 

1,094,210 
120,864 


47,467 

32,852 
127,553 


18,821 


EQUITY 


10,500 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


110,357 
67,307 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


23,007 
27,855 


676,006 
719,328 


1,422,731 
1,506,405 


160,405 
280,791 


188,164 
127,933 




60,808 


1,574,476 


3,320,443 


488,663 


3344)18 






B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


31,470 
1,632- 


887,266 
10,535- 


1,583,701 
63,585 


434,970 
2,808 


170,156 
3,114 


Total revenue 


29,838 


876,731 


1,647,286 


437,778 


173370 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


24,718 

120 
1,750 
1,450 
1,002 


712,684 

49,212 

35,024 

7,600 

21,667 


1,289,424 

115,403 
117,049 
25,942 
56,573 


402,509 

13,279 
17,493 

8,566 


139,743 
4,754 




11,855 


Financial 


7,159 


Other 


— 








29,040 


826,187 


1,604391 


441,847 


1633H 






Net Income (net expense) 


798 


50,544 


42,895 


(4,069) 


9,759 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



121 



Kapuskasing 
2,569 


Kemptville 
1,031 


Kenora 
4,896 


Killaloe Stn 
318 


Kincardine 
2,468 


King City 
596 


Kingston 
20,833 


Kingsville 
2,025 


$ 

1,631,005 
416,462 


687,616 
177,445 


$ 

2,561,488 
1,072,826 


$ 

115,074 
45,012 


$ 

1,494,780 
303,645 


$ 

192,179 
88,177 


$ 
12,953,191 
4,788,660 


$ 

1,073,596 
330,049 


1,214,543 
38,551 

73,957 
983 


510,171 

19,041 
80,000 

7,047 


1,488,662 

111,548 
200,000 

205,666 
1,918 


70,062 
3,982 

11,253 


1,191,135 

137,375 
50,000 

78,324 


104,002 
23,453 

44,887 


8,164,531 
1,009,498 

977,204 


743,547 

57,463 

8,500 
22,736 


113,491 
68,060 
3,285 


106,088 
20,486 
4,639 


519,132 
17,455 


15,235 
2,455 


265,699 
56,240 
5,152 


68,340 
581 


1,986,702 

379,845 

23,483 


88,699 
3,956 
1,339 


71,345 
638,882 


25,125 
415,443 


17,455 
660,166 


2,455 
53,875 


61,392 
654,789 


581 

145,721 


403,328 
8,158,438 


5,295 
577,469 


2,038,261 


1,056,827 


2,685,415 


141,627 


2,173,015 


318,644 


18,712,999 


1,415,010 


18,875 
26,479 


175,000 


301,000 


6,500 


221,000 


33,200 


2,450,300 


72,700 


45,354 

313,782 
25,404 


175,000 

59,423 
5,078 


301,000 

281,227 
82,702 


6,500 

2,016 
594 


221,000 

186,592 
11,646 


33,200 

29,082 
2,279 


2,450,300 

1,121,231 
4,700 


72,700 

90,994 
15,201 


339,186 
294,358 

690,947 
29,534 


64,501 
71,507 

325,975 
4,401 


363,929 
314,652 

993,080 
52,588 


2,610 
33,500 

39,407 
5,735 


198,238 
64,000 

578,658 
456,330 


31,361 
76,308 

(17,695) 
49,749 


1,125,931 
2,593,341 

4,305,952 
79,037 


106,195 
70,800 

400,081 
187,765 


1,014,839 
638,882 


401,883 
415,443 


1,360,320 
660,166 


78,642 
53,875 


1,098,988 
654,789 


108,362 
145,721 


6,978,330 
8,158,438 


658,646 

577,469 


2,038,261 


1,056,827 


2,685,415 


141,627 


2,173,015 


318,644 


18,712,999 


1,415,010 


1,271,669 
49,143 


648,593 
16,766 


2,147,138 
6,625- 


104,224 
2,524 


1,465,485 
23,568 


318,627 
11,768 


12,459,437 
239,456 


977,001 
14,514 


1320,812 


665359 


2,140.513 


106,748 


1,489,053 


330395 


12,698,893 


991315 


971,756 

103,518 
135,669 
34,148 
46,512 


502,833 

40,744 
61,239 
25,580 
16,906 


1,547,697 

186,461 
195,289 
45,114 
85,155 


78,382 

3,533 
13,276 
3,578 
3,785 


1,184,751 

58,937 
69,332 
22,616 
34,095 


246,743 

6,045 
21,308 
9,530 

8,272 


10,250,127 

667,865 
835,389 
363,551 
364,467 


780,788 

47,706 
54,213 
17,403 
27,641 


1,291.603 


647302 


2,059,716 


102354 


1369,731 


291,898 


12,481399 


927,751 


29,209 


18,057 


80,797 


4,194 


119322 


38,497 


217,494 


63,764 



122 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 
Number of Customers 


Kirkfield 
130 


Kitchener 

Wilmot(R) 

46.937 


Lakefield 
1,027 


Lambeth 
867 


Lanark 
359 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

39,336 

18,528 


$ 
41,173,920 
11,464,616 


$ 
662,083 
221,364 


$ 
521,379 
152,692 


$ 

154,073 
49,507 


Net fixed assets 
CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 


20,808 

12,256 
8,000 

1,950 


29,709,304 

484,480 
3,700,000 

2,469,189 
6,505 


440,719 
45,071 

23,163 

527 


368,687 
55,961 

14,224 


104,566 
16,096 




4,609 


Other 








Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


22,206 


6,660,174 

705,717 

16,327 


68,761 
15,171 


70,185 


20,705 

Z 










Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


29,741 


722,044 
19,129,154 


15,171 
324,013 


213,284 


96,683 




72,755 


56,220,676 


848,664 


652,156 


221,954 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 





1,476,500 
2,097,003 


25,000 















Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 


3,719 
2,114 


3,573,503 

2,934,607 
676,487 


25,000 

48,704 
6,902 


57,075 
1,161 


14,427 




1,361 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


5,833 
5,766 

27,649 
3,766 


3,611,094 
5,863,981 

21,091,886 
2,951,058 


55,606 
33,500 

314,635 
95,910 


58,236 
32,500 

155,046 
193,090 


15,788 
7,317 

94,987 
7,179 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


37,181 
29,741 


29,906,925 
19,129,154 


444,045 
324,013 


380,636 
213,284 


109,483 
96,683 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


72,755 


56,220,676 


848,664 


652,156 


221,954 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


39,805 
1,160- 


31,202,701 
976,934 


519,037 
13,222 


298,838 
9,397 


136,858 
5,855 


Total revenue 


38,645 


32,179,635 


532,259 


308,235 


142,713 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


31,371 

643 
2,133 

1,426 


25,543,402 

1,377,538 
1,510,363 

969,783 
1,046,413 

131,840 


438,899 

15,319 

31,861 

2,118 

19,229 


253,948 

12,137 
16,383 

13,958 


110,118 
10,020 


Administration 
Financial 
Depreciation 
Other 


13,230 
5,285 


Total expense 


35,573 


30,579,339 


507,426 


296,426 


138,653 


Net Income (net expense) 


3,072 


1,600,296 


24,833 


11,809 


4,060 



(R) Restructured 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



123 



Lancaster 
260 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 
480 


Latchford 
187 


Leamington 
4,197 


Lindsay 
5,112 


Listowel 
1,953 


London 
83,093 


L'Orignal 
599 


$ 

123,297 
32,492 


$ 

150,574 
61,667 


$ 

97,157 

41,771 


$ 
2,197,792 
732,288 


$ 
3,553,477 
1,031,914 


$ 
940,278 
372,382 


$ 
57,391,224 
19,298,378 


$ 
333,490 
99,046 


90,805 

107 

6,810 
10,169 

55 


88,907 

15,998 
35,000 

2,899 


55,386 
26,049 

2,696 


1,465,504 

256,897 
250,000 

38,037 


2,521,563 

240,776 
225,000 

36,692 


567,896 

30,649 
60,428 

12,690 


38,092,846 

2,528,686 

3,660,352 

710,534 

4,631,263 

89,488 


234,444 

5,200 

6,262 

27 


17,141 
494 


53,897 


28,745 


544,934 

55,347 

138 


502,468 
86,961 


103,767 


11,620,323 

2,225,562 

42,048 


11,489 


494 
71,979 


125,072 


33,740 


55,485 
1,560,730 


86,961 
2,281,543 


950,151 


2,267,610 
29,087,260 


98,187 


180,419 


267,876 


117,871 


3,626,653 


5^92,535 


1,621,814 


81,068,039 


344,120 


- 





- 


10,000 


66,000 





3,798,880 


20,000 


14,685 
1,178 


33,647 
19,937 


10,348 
2,254 


— p © 


66,000 

396,230 
184,828 


113,502 
9,120 


3,798,880 

4,915,224 
318,658 


20,000 

43,990 
5,738 


15,863 
8,917 

57,945 
25,715 


53,584 
15,753 

66,422 
7,045 


12,602 
18,901 

43,015 
9,613 


301,311 
116,100 

1,488,050 
150,462 


581,058 
164,000 

2,103,743 
196,191 


122,622 
132,673 

367,447 
48,921 


5,233,882 
10,573,432 

26,249,148 

6,050,618 

74,819 


49,728 
31,122 

102,702 
42,381 


92,577 
71,979 


89,220 
125,072 


71,529 
33,740 


1,754,612 
1,560,730 


2,463,934 
2,281,543 


549,041 
950,151 


42,948,017 
29,087,260 


176,205 
98,187 


180,419 


267,876 


117,871 


3,626,653 


532,535 


1,621,814 


81,068,039 


344,120 


117,086 
2,308 


197,037 
8,902- 


76,333 
85- 


2,227,636 
33,893 


3,454,114 
103,283 


1,371,128 
24,792 


44,644,522 
1,908,924 


279,970 
1,317- 


119^94 


188,135 


76,248 


2,261,529 


3357397 


1395,920 


46,553,446 


278,653 


96,159 

5,196 

9,145 

451 

3,600 


147,458 

11,113 
20,849 

5,211 


59,619 

2,473 

4,506 

16 

3,382 


1,843,441 

75,763 

95,751 

3,713 

59,782 


2,818,016 

182,015 

209,547 

10,062 

97,867 


1,205,313 

58,878 

55,117 

12 

33,273 


37,607,570 

1,680,350 

1,815,369 

898,312 

1,566,070 


226,787 

9,988 
16,418 
4,750 
9,925 


114,551 


184,631 


69,996 


2,078,450 


3317,507 


1352,593 


43,567,671 


267,868 


4,843 


3,504 


6,252 


183,079 


239,890 


43327 


2,985,775 


10,785 



124 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Lucan 


Lucknow 


Lynden 


Madoc 


Magnetawan 


Number of Customers 


642 


564 


202 


688 


132 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


S 


Plant and facilities at cost 


340,595 


237,448 


89,980 


387,122 


79,202 


Less accumulated depreciation 


78,385 


61,601 


48,890 


145,765 


22,472 


Net fixed assets 


262,210 


175,847 


41,090 


241,357 


56,730 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash on hand and in bank 


17,380 


15,851 


13,254 


12,446 


53 


Investments-term deposits 


— 


10,000 


7,500 


— 


— 


-bonds 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts receivable (net) 


14,332 


14,816 


3,424 


6,282 


895 


Other 


— 


1,738 


— 


— 


— 


Total current assets 


31,712 


42,405 


24,178 


18,728 


948 


OTHER ASSETS 












Inventories 


1,482 


— 


— 


889 


142 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellaneous assets 


— 


3,475 


— 


— 


— 


Total other assets 


1,482 


3,475 





889 


142 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


170,746 


220,446 


83,025 


216,008 


19,313 


Total assets 


466,150 


442,173 


148,293 


476,982 


77,133 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures outstanding 


— 


— 


— 


8,000 


— 


Other long-term debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total long-term debt 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8,000 


_ 


LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities 


31,681 


33,795 


8,095 


34,137 


5,331 




1,441 


— 


4,535 


9,343 









Total liabilities 


33,122 


33,795 


12,630 


43,480 


5,331 


EQUITY 












Debt redeemed 


11,214 


17,614 


4,495 


26,000 


21,049 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accumulated net income invested in 












plant or held as working funds 


169,075 


133,126 


47,273 


171,941 


5,907 




81,993 


37,192 


870 


11,553 


25,533 


Other reserves 









Total utility equity . 


262,282 


187,932 


52,638 


209,494 


52,489 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


170,746 


220,446 


83,025 


216,008 


19,313 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


466,150 


442,173 


148,293 


476,982 


77,133 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 












REVENUE 












Sale of electrical energv 


303,581 


241,175 


82,743 


296,316 


37,533 


Miscellaneous 


10,104 


470- 


1,256 


1,755 


416- 


Total revenue 


313,685 


240,705 


83^)99 


298,071 


37,117 


EXPENSE 












Power purchased 


252,202 


200,053 


64,063 


244,030 


28,472 


Local generation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Operation and maintenance 


24,299 


8,598 


4,108 


5,375 


1,507 


Administration 


19,840 


17,783 


8,096 


18,355 


1,607 


Financial 


630 


1,781 


143 


2,843 


821 


Depreciation 


9,245 


6,324 


3,809 


13,522 


2,473 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total expense 


306,216 


234,539 


80,219 


284,125 


34,880 


Net Income (net expense) 


7,469 


6,166 


3,780 


13,946 


2^37 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



125 



Markdale 


Markham 


Marmora 


Martin town 


Massey 


Maxville 


McGarry Twp. 


Meaford 


619 


4,820 


638 


122 


478 


356 


410 


1,866 


$ 
345,495 
77,192 


$ 
3,300,808 
541,090 


$ 
337,769 
114,902 


$ 

45,662 

26,131 


$ 
222,488 
66,003 


$ 

172,564 
56,578 


$ 

132,869 
61,634 


$ 
1,037,303 
285,632 


268,303 


2,759,718 


222,867 


19,531 


156,485 


115,986 


71,235 


751,671 


49,351 
4,429 


62,580 
26,947 

400,803 


17,806 

40,000 

3,000 

5,639 

240 


6,595 
1,500 

4,172 
32 


25,658 

5,282 
1,077 


25,000 
3,388 


23,600 

7,558 
602 


16,219 
96,000 

34,657 


53,780 


490,330 


66,685 


12,299 


32,017 


28,388 


31,760 


146,876 


537 


64,457 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


48,259 


- 


9,198 


- 


230 


- 


- 


- 


6,241 


537 
185,822 


73,655 
1,050,733 


158,140 


230 
31,932 


94,973 


129,084 


115.998 


54,500 
686,344 


508,442 


4,374,436 


447,692 


63,992 


283,475 


273,458 


218,993 


1,639391 


56,000 


396,000 


34,000 


- 





- 


- 


116,000 


56,000 


396,000 


34,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116,000 


38,100 
1,818 


360,301 
27,581 


39,827 
2,362 


5,347 
33 


19,641 
11,394 


5,001 
144 


9.115 
2,913 


79,654 
4,095 


39,918 


387,882 


42,189 


5,380 


31,035 


5,145 


12,028 


83,749 


10,370 


254,227 


21,092 


5,347 


42,448 


13,642 


13,782 


126,725 


204,348 
11,984 


1,030,346 
1,255,248 


174,016 
18,255 


20,490 
843 


104,622 
10,397 


116,570 
9,017 


70,912 

6,273 


535,600 
90,973 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


226,702 
185,822 


2,539,821 
1,050,733 


213,363 
158,140 


26,680 
31,932 


157,467 
94,973 


139,229 
129,084 


90,967 
115,998 


753,298 
686,344 


508,442 


4^74,436 


447,692 


63,992 


283,475 


273,458 


218,993 


1,639391 


324,141 
2,692- 


2,625,737 
49,634 


271,549 
3,833- 


40,026 
1,445- 


241,398 
1,792 


164,814 

2,771 


129,015 
2,850 


997,930 
30,157 


321,449 


2,675^71 


267,716 


38,581 


243,190 


167,585 


131,865 


1,028,087 


264,514 


2,139,516 


196,977 


30,712 


188,966 


139,921 


108,342 


813,030 


14,562 
14,320 
6,840 
8,740 


91,138 
153,638 
53,664 
74,166 


6,479 
23,049 

5,147 
11,694 


1,837 
2,080 

1,784 


14,522 
14,753 

6,622 


5,857 
6,829 

5,492 


6,288 

15,309 

106 

4,223 


50,724 
61,288 
25,264 
26,485 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


308,976 


2^12,122 


243346 


36,413 


224,863 


158,099 


134,268 


976,791 


12,473 


163,249 


24370 


2,168 


18327 


9,486 


(2,403) 


51,296 



126 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 
Number of Customers 


Merlin 
304 


Merrickville 
429 


Midland 
4,506 


Mildmay 

427 


Millbrook 
415 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

160,473 
79,554 


$ 

173,832 
47,980 


$ 
2,135,520 
890,907 


$ 

147,089 
25,292 


$ 

208,960 
48,103 


Net fixed assets 
CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments— term deposits 

— bonds 
Accounts receivable (net) 
Other 


80,919 

6,284 
8,000 

2,631 


125,852 
10,099 

10,621 


1,244,613 

134,380 
600,000 

96,088 
4,142 


121,797 
17,996 

1,773 
681 


160,857 

27,186 

25,000 

3,000 

1,914 


Total current assets 
OTHER ASSETS 
Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 


16,915 

85 


20,720 


834,610 
14,429 
6,021 


20,450 
217 


57,100 


Total other assets 
Equity in Ontario Hydro 


85 
94,417 


92,121 


20,450 
2,269,164 


217 
102,508 


91,575 


Total assets 


192336 


238,693 


4368,837 


244,972 


309332 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 
Other long-term debt 








184,000 


- 


23,800 


Total long-term debt 
LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 
Other liabilities 


7,671 
706 


25,528 
2,489 


184,000 

364,338 
51,876 


14,277 
21,280 


23,800 

24,375 
12,844 


Total liabilities 
EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 
Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


8,377 
13,122 

53,458 
22,962 


28,017 
24,647 

85,697 
8,211 


416,214 
177,945 

1,294,989 
26,525 


35,557 
12,304 

90,717 
3,886 


37,219 
10,200 

113,563 
33,175 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


89,542 
94,417 


118,555 
92,121 


1,499,459 
2,269,164 


106,907 
102,508 


156,938 
91,575 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


192336 


238,693 


4368,837 


244,972 


309332 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 
Miscellaneous 


101,701 
6,157 


201,345 
1,710 


2,978,028 
24,449 


166,968 
8,776- 


170,591 
3,389- 


Total revenue 


107,858 


203,055 


3,002,477 


158,192 


167302 


EXPENSE 


82,143 

7,215 
15,987 

4,832 


161,857 

4,098 
14,784 

5,488 


2,420,562 

131,899 
120,951 
26,998 
64,063 


127,580 

6,510 
9,880 
1,575 
4,043 


122,667 


Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


4,606 

17,871 
3,448 
6,912 


Total expense 


110,177 


186,227 


2,764,473 


149,588 


155304 


Net Income (net expense) 


(2319) 


16,828 


238,004 


8,604 


11,698 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



127 



Milton 
4,860 


Milverton 
562 


Mississauga (R) 
70,199 


Mitchell 
1,192 


Moorefield 
155 


Moore Twp. 
346 


Morrisburg 
1,024 


Mount Brydges 
513 


$ 

4,314,159 
843,616 


$ 
307,263 
51,042 


$ 
77,245,567 
11,592,880 


$ 
809,065 
208,149 


$ 

65,962 

32,251 


$ 
204,694 
23,839 


$ 
476,184 
166,990 


$ 

164,331 
51,031 


3,470,543 

62,117 
400,000 

77,308 
400 


256,221 

18,740 
15,000 

1,399 


65,652,687 

75,536 
1,400,000 

11,500 
7,990,067 

34,155 


600,916 
8,046 

27,885 
5,104 


33,711 

11,104 
1,000 
1,000 

1,172 


180,855 
9,812 

17,627 


309,194 

11,741 
13,000 

13,481 


113,300 

26,209 
15,000 

3,169 


539,825 
36,399 
49,514 


35,139 
958 


9,511,258 

1,309,630 
1,986,646 
1,745,639 


41,035 

42,651 

2,312 


14,276 


27,439 


38,222 
10,536 


44,378 
18 


85,913 
1,292,296 


958 
277,960 


5,041,915 
23,168,125 


44,963 
508,485 


64,961 


57,900 


10,536 
268,471 


18 
100,527 


5,388,577 


570,278 


103373,985 


1,195399 


112,948 


266,194 


626,423 


258,223 


616,676 





19,356,495 
4,534,318 


40,300 


- 


4,300 


- 


14,307 


616,676 

365,227 
79,120 


24,502 
1,336 


23,890,813 

8,232,501 
1,690,324 


40,300 

66,765 
3,569 


6,594 


4,300 
25,901 


54,430 
12,949 


14,307 

17,125 
2,304 


444,347 
167,895 

1,359,652 
1,507,711 


25,838 
24,260 

218,474 
23,746 


9,922,825 

4,212,462 
1,986,646 

17,306,131 
22,886,983 


70,334 
93,773 

438,903 
43,604 


6,594 
4,500 

36,794 
99 


25,901 
15,436 

69,974 
92,683 


67,379 
31,636 

175,318 
83,619 


19,429 
19,572 

90,186 
14,202 


3,035,258 
1,292,296 


266,480 
277,960 


46,392,222 
23,168,125 


576,280 
508,485 


41,393 
64,961 


178,093 
57,900 


290,573 
268,471 


123,960 
100,527 


5388377 


570,278 


103373,985 


1,195399 


112,948 


266,194 


626,423 


258,223 


3,008,697 
132,028 


284,622 
4,251 


66,946,252 
1,235,875 


683,210 
16,484 


70,555 
2,045 


30,599 
551 


512,268 
4,798 


168,990 
3,176 


3,140,725 


288,873 


68,182,127 


699,694 


72,600 


31,150 


517,066 


172,166 


2,531,169 

68,613 
196,782 

76,733 
108,406 


241,581 

5,838 
12,516 

7,318 


56,052,682 

1,636,357 
1,978,592 
2,941,113 
1,696,462 


558,958 

36,271 
63,894 
12,390 
20,109 


61,785 

3,336 
1,664 

2,525 


15,479 

25 

1,617 

416 


432,022 

18,052 
36,562 

13,308 


133,217 

11,275 
12,386 
3,881 
5,134 


2,981,703 


267,253 


64305,206 


691,622 


69310 


17,537 


499,944 


165,893 


159,022 


21,620 


3,876,921 


8,072 


3390 


13,613 


17,122 


6,273 



(R) Restructured 



128 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Mount Forest 
1,569 


Napanee 
2,017 


Nepean Twp. 
21,166 


Neustadt 
244 


Newboro 




174 






A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

615,106 
213,863 


$ 

1,137,600 
383,494 


$ 

17,770,160 
4,145,711 


$ 

87,473 
29,193 


S 

74,882 


Less accumulated depreciation 


30,495 




401,243 
97,745 

27,944 


754,106 
104,074 

60,429 
3,600 


13,624,449 

510,011 
1,900,000 

658,423 
133,235 


58,280 
2,750 

5,225 


44,387 

6,910 
2,000 

2,782 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

—bonds 


Other 


1,000 




125,689 
28,572 


168,103 
30,983 


3,201,669 

609,879 
476,280 
157,027 


7,975 


12,692 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 










28,572 
490,584 


30,983 
809,335 


1,243,186 
5,244,380 


70,730 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


24,805 


Total assets 


1,046,088 


1,762^27 


23313,684 


136.985 


81,884 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


- 





5,564,000 


5,698 


- 








127,935 
18,789 


1 16,769 
50,845 


5,564,000 

2,001,983 
66,797 


5,698 

7,700 
94 




LIABILITIES 


4,329 


Other liabilities 


54 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


146,724 
21,627 

362,285 
24,868 


167,614 
70,000 

665,422 
50,156 


2,068,780 

3,236,000 
476,280 

2,987,367 
3,736,877 


7,794 
29,767 

22,996 


4,383 
15,674 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 


32,365 
4,657 










Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


408,780 
490,584 


785,578 
809,335 


10,436,524 
5,244,380 


52,763 
70,730 


52,6% 
24,805 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,046,088 


1,762^27 


23^13,684 


136,985 


81,884 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


708,830 
12,054- 


1,078,597 
47,806 


15,295,984 
505,159 


78,069 
1,109 


54,084 
2,742 


Total revenue 


696,776 


1,126,403 


15,801,143 


79,178 


56,826 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


596,743 

17,281 
33,880 

16,311 


885,357 

50,870 
89,112 

36,563 


11,915,656 

824,134 
937,919 
970,405 
459,332 


61,862 

1,804 
4,133 
4,236 
2,913 


39,284 

5,049 
6,370 

2,849 


Total expense 


664,215 


1,061,902 


15,107,446 


74,948 


53,552 


Net Income (net expense) 


32,561 


64.501 


693,697 


4,230 


3,274 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



129 



Newburgh 
251 


Newbury 
186 


Newcastle 
710 


Newmarket 
4,657 


Newmarket (R) 
7,840 


Niagara 
1,320 


Niagara Falls 
22,862 


Nipigon Twp. 
942 


$ 

186,850 
79,135 


$ 

60,332 

26,156 


$ 
624,829 
232,221 


$ 


$ 
6,707,840 
1,430,409 


$ 
766,340 
245,254 


$ 
15,570,899 
3,894,570 


$ 
438,003 
199,314 


107,715 
10,199 

2,014 
572 


34,176 
7,784 

617 


392,608 

43,286 
30,000 

1,015 





5,277,431 
410 

699,298 


521,086 

17,255 
30,000 

7,992 


11,676,329 

42,944 
500,000 

63,000 
209,715 

11,318 


238,689 
86,503 

7,481 
1,095 


12,785 


8,401 


74,301 
345 


- 


699,708 
120,014 
21,822 


55,247 

2,882 

546 


826,977 
459,594 
366,423 


95,079 
1,574 


49,217 


44,447 


345 
208,801 


— 


141,836 
1,352,303 


3,428 
413,935 


826,017 
7,702,828 


1,574 
324,850 


169,717 


87,024 


676,055 


- 


7,471,278 


993,6% 


21,032,151 


660,192 


- 


- 


50,597 


- 


894,000 
1,152,580 


62,273 


488,823 





16,814 
561 


4,887 
4,895 


50,597 

47,651 
14,985 


- 


2,046,580 

833,478 
68,268 


62,273 

43,938 
11,296 


488,823 

251,850 
798,534 


42,614 
23,196 


17,375 
14,000 

82,926 
6,199 


9,782 
9,754 

19,626 
3,415 


62,636 
108,169 

199,420 
46,432 


- 


901,746 
386,953 

1,395,874 
1,387,822 


55,234 
93,197 

271,090 
97,967 


1,050,384 
2,523,085 

7,702,883 
1,564,148 


65,810 
10,000 

243,143 
16,389 


103,125 
49,217 


32,795 
44,447 


354,021 
208,801 


— 


3,170,649 
1,352,303 


462,254 
413,935 


11,790,116 
7,702,828 


269,532 
324,850 


169,717 


87,024 


676,055 


- 


7,471,278 


993,696 


21,032,151 


660,192 


93,901 
4,220 


68,033 
4,351- 


411,657 
18,419 


2,497,526 
149,318 


814,796 
28,966 


561,595 
11,628 


11,130,554 
191,864 


486,576 
1,991- 


98,121 


63,682 


430,076 


2,646,844 


843,762 


573,223 


11322,418 


484385 


70,730 

4,720 
7,570 

6,602 


53,639 

1,838 
3,372 

2,122 


314,626 

25,481 
39,345 
17,500 
19,546 


1,976,364 

154,251 
108,711 
139,201 
1 10,732 


597,291 

27,579 
41,142 
57,154 
41,957 


418,899 

39,641 
61,974 
11,763 
19,506 


8,534,698 

670,660 
602,965 

93,311 
366,723 

36,549 


348,673 

56,448 
45,085 

13,821 


89,622 


60^)71 


416,498 


2,489,259 


765,123 


551,783 


10304,906 


464,027 


8,499 


2,711 


13,578 


157,585 


78,639 


21,440 


1,017,512 


20358 



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130 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 
Number of Customers 


North Bay 
18,084 


North York 
138,746 


Norwich 
836 


Norwich (R) 
1,292 


Norwood 
543 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
12,253,953 
3,903,917 


$ 
110,453,912 
24,753,974 


$ 


$ 
542,573 
181,405 


$ 

305,364 
139,020 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


8,350,036 

86,612 
1,375,000 

248,086 


85,699,938 

166,883 
12,771,428 

3,868,611 
3,527 


- 


361,168 

43,798 

7,500 
10,774 


166,344 

34,739 
5,000 
8,000 
7,306 


Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


1,709,698 

253,574 

92,886 


16,810,449 

2,039,000 
6,440,925 
4,311,063 


- 


62,072 

2,437 

896 


55,045 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 


- 


Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


346,460 
5,430,650 


12,790,988 
45,226,713 


— 


3,333 
389,153 


141,677 




15,836,844 


160,528,088 


- 


815,726 


363,066 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


3,440,840 


6,984,813 


- 


41,073 


- 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 
Other liabilities 


3,440,840 

1,092,743 
244,394 


6,984,813 

10,996,756 
4,908,640 


- 


41,073 

50,741 
26,661 


21,378 
1,076 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


1,337,137 
1,972,177 

3,394,173 
261,867 


15,905,396 

8,338,088 
6,440,925 

72,166,188 
5,465,965 


- 


77,402 
34,143 

213,429 
60,526 


22,454 
55,100 

87,018 
56,817 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


5,628,217 
5,430,650 


92,411,166 
45,226,713 


— 


308,098 
389,153 


198,935 
141,677 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


15,836,844 


160.528,088 


- 


815,726 


363,066 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 
Miscellaneous 


10,776,408 
487,486 


107,383,702 
2,855,719 


78,599 
2,165 


306,755 
8,624 


211,506 
9,598 


Total revenue 


11,263,894 


110,239,421 


80,764 


315379 


221,104 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


8.660,545 

573,176 
893,908 
420,659 
392,925 


87,270,833 

5,946,597 

4,927,773 

783,354 

3,047,368 


58,218 

7,761 
6,671 
2,108 
1,956 


229,070 

23,761 
32,097 
6,326 
11,537 


174,560 

11,878 
18,097 

11,190 


Other 


— 








10,941,213 


101,975,925 


76,714 


302,791 


215,725 






Net Income (net expense) 


322,681 


8,263,496 


4,050 


12,588 


5379 



(R) Restructured *See Page 95 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



131 



Oakville 

21,977 


Oil Springs 
324 


Omemee 
370 


Orangeville 
4,346 


Orillia 
9,093 


Orono 
442 


Oshawa 
33,902 


Ottawa 
106,983 


$ 

26,074,876 
5,499,762 


$ 

126,884 
56,422 


$ 
213,007 
77,214 


$ 
2,473,088 
550,566 


$ 
13,642,367 
3,851,544 


$ 
239,462 
91,497 


$ 

23,693,697 

6,668,848 


$ 
86,111,046 
14,971,083 


20,575,114 

3350 
5,790,000 

706,206 
26,816 


70,462 

17,160 
10,000 

3,192 


135,793 
26,704 

9,002 


1,922,522 
375,405 

23,415 
7,712 


9,790,823 

318,295 
1,163 

556,702 


147,965 
10,777 

1,077 


17,024,849 

76,780 
3,251,221 

1,778,655 
1,680 


71,139,963 

63,675 

12,550,000 

200,000 

6,291,087 

866,077 


6,526,372 
444,913 
170,031 


30,352 

229 

3,387 


35,706 


406,532 

32,448 

5,761 


876,160 
425,141 
387,388 


11,854 
160 


5,108,336 

618,269 

95,402 


19,970,839 
1,680,365 
1,534,857 


614,944 
9,915,917 


3,616 
110,315 


88,351 


38,209 
979,989 


812,529 
1,681,508 


160 
111,076 


713,671 
15,882,550 


3,215,222 
41,532,919 


37,632347 


214,745 


259,850 


3347352 


13,161,020 


271,055 


38,729,406 


135,858,943 


3,097,999 





9,700 


80,000 


3,957,708 


14,176 


1,555,300 


2,400,000 


3,097,999 

3,172,152 
349,009 


5,922 
7,213 


9,700 

16,543 
1,037 


80,000 

213,346 
22,603 


3,957,708 

681,274 
439,498 


14,176 

18,260 
7,440 


1,555,300 

2,441,246 
943,040 


2,400,000 

8,287,364 
2,072,476 


3,521,161 
3,504,859 

11,140,786 
6,451,625 


13,135 
16,721 

69,604 
4,970 


17,580 
12,300 

103,393 
28,526 


235,949 
147,594 

1,013,947 
889,773 


1,120,772 
3,341,312 

2,462,072 

447,554 
150,094 


25,700 
38,175 

80,686 
1,242 


3,384,286 
1,579,921 

13,718,038 
2,609,311 


10,359,840 
10,490,698 

61,492,549 

9,382,937 

200,000 


21,097,270 
9,915,917 


91,295 
110,315 


144,219 
88,351 


2,051,314 
979,989 


6,401,032 
1,681,508 


120,103 
111,076 


17,907,270 
15,882,550 


81,566,184 
41,532,919 


37,632347 


214,745 


259,850 


3347,252 


13,161,020 


271,055 


38,729,406 


135,858,943 


24,244,162 
743,405 


88,085 
4,158- 


156,007 
6,248 


2,142,441 
25,056 


5,804,658 
109,596 


202,268 
2,225 


26,336.373 
809,250 


79,481,109 
1,720,489 


24,987367 


83,927 


162355 


2,167,497 


5,914,254 


204,493 


27,145,623 


81,201398 


20,722,765 

791,295 
884,689 
461,149 
640,198 


59,986 

3,181 
9,958 

4,338 


122,543 

8,341 

15,403 

1,285 

7,190 


1,761,012 

70,158 
147,407 
20,306 
57,538 


3,496,405 
501,167 
303,457 
351,376 
512,695 
306,799 
169,707 


152,321 

14,071 

25,108 

5,572 

7,780 


22,257,842 

939,991 

1,487,521 
243,995 
683,884 


62,658,631 

714,502 

4,834,775 

2,990,213 

481,880 

1,901,883 


23300,0% 


77,463 


154,762 


2,056,421 


5,641,606 


204,852 


25,613,233 


73381,884 


1,487,471 


6,464 


7,493 


111,076 


272,648 


(359) 


1,532390 


7,619,714 



132 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Otterville 

325 


Owen Sound 
7,336 


Paisley 
502 


Palmerston 
847 


Paris 


Number of Customers 


2,827 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 


$ 

4,254,325 
1,319,787 


$ 

259,938 
58,194 


$ 

506,467 
178,777 


S 

1,675,789 
595,185 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 


- 


2,934,538 
366,892 

590,525 
2,102 


201,744 
19,581 

8,232 


327,690 

12,476 
50,000 

9,001 


1,080,604 
227,820 




19,6% 


Other 


1,580 




- 


959,519 

128,840 

2,000 


27,813 
3,549 


71,477 
1,282 


249,0% 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 


4,529 
593 


Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


— 


130,840 
3,194,196 


3,549 
140,717 


1,282 
335,886 


5,122 
1,001,973 




- 


7,219,093 


373,823 


736335 


2336,795 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


15,000 


9,700 


40,000 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


- 


546,476 
120,205 


15,000 

25,641 
2,948 


9,700 

57,109 
2,398 


40,000 

103,183 
21,812 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


- 


666,681 
208,372 

2,975,771 
174,073 


28,589 
23,623 

129,140 
36,754 


59,507 
52,300 

249,840 
29,102 


124,995 
209,607 

733,614 
226,606 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


— 


3,358,216 
3,194,196 


189,517 
140,717 


331,242 
335,886 


1,169,827 
1,001,973 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


- 


7,219,093 


373,823 


736335 


2336,795 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 
Miscellaneous 


27,114 
389 


4,394,828 
50,423 


236,518 
1,595- 


360,750 
7,793 


1,210,550 
29,582 


Total revenue 


27,503 


4,445,251 


234,923 


368,543 


1340,132 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


22,150 

2,306 
3,664 

1,190 


3,641,758 

175,444 

228,104 

1,374 

127,411 


187,005 

7,302 

20,256 

3,496 

6,546 


286,757 

18,340 

31,090 

3,044 

13,316 


979,137 

59,825 

61,261 

8,568 

46,188 


Total expense 


29310 


4,174,091 


224,605 


352,547 


1,154,979 


Net Income (net expense) 


(1,807) 


271,160 


10318 


15,996 


85,153 



*See Page 95 



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Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



133 



Parkhill 

577 


Parry Sound 
2,486 


Pembroke 
5,542 


Penetang- 

uishene 

1,814 


Perth 
2,609 


Peterborough 
21,706 


Petrolia 
1,703 


Pickering 
992 


$ 

438,537 
118,496 


1,856,190 
743,017 


$ 
5,255,784 
2,618,356 


$ 
1,061,456 
336,364 


$ 
1,363,807 
547,912 


$ 
18,531,041 
7,620,907 


$ 
1,056,385 
376,587 


$ 
508,766 
139,837 


320,041 
48,460 

12,558 


1,113,173 

48,553 
155,000 

21,230 


2,637,428 
514,152 

112,855 


725,092 

18,129 
222,000 

53,878 


815,895 

140,106 

220,000 

10,000 

50,144 


10,910,134 
521,111 

934,831 
46,905 


679,798 

25,014 
10,000 
15,000 
32,0% 
6,524 


368,929 

42,947 
45,000 

10,963 


61,018 
1,259 
2,018 


224,783 

35,197 

5,864 


627,007 
102,530 
127,788 


294,007 
7,654 


420,250 
34,083 


1,502,847 
126,367 

54,717 


88,634 
29,949 


98,910 


3,277 
225,019 


41,061 

522,555 


230,318 
626,990 


7,654 
704,230 


34,083 
1,052,564 


181,084 
8,985,129 


29,949 
657,548 


162,932 


609355 


1,901,572 


4,121,743 


1,730,983 


2322,792 


21,579,194 


1,455,929 


630,771 


120,000 


- 


1,749,000 


- 





2,880,000 


- 


- 


120,000 

35,350 
922 


98,673 
49,018 


1,749,000 

545,322 
93,914 


130,870 
13,812 


140,547 
20,782 


2,880,000 

1,659,039 

37,569 


76,073 
12,880 


47,341 
5,845 


36,272 
29,907 

197,785 
372 


147,691 
470,810 

736,106 
24,410 


639,236 
866,000 

(25,099) 
265,616 


144,682 
36,983 

633,896 
211,192 


161,329 
85,045 

932,570 
91,284 


1,696,608 
3,440,973 

3,413,677 
1,162,807 


88,953 
50,000 

591,607 
67,821 


53,186 
70,660 

168,974 
175,019 


228,064 
225,019 


1,231,326 
522,555 


1,106,517 
626,990 


882,071 
704,230 


1,108,899 
1,052,564 


8,017,457 
8,985,129 


709,428 
657,548 


414,653 
162,932 


609355 


1,901,572 


4,121,743 


1,730,983 


2322,792 


21,579,194 


1,455,929 


630,771 


315,898 
9,262 


1,162,506 
39,033 


3,331,351 
20,295- 


1,133,430 
24,492 


1,468,576 
30,492 


13,966,918 
562,365 


743,491 
17,903 


503,544 
12,203 


325,160 


1,201,539 


33H,056 


1,157,922 


1,499,068 


14,529,283 


761394 


515,747 


243,617 

17,976 
25,434 
10,906 
11,447 


802,946 
33,109 
93,488 
86,065 

57,847 


2,410,351 
10,159 
155,697 
226,305 
252,445 
178,057 


924,687 

69,387 
49,211 

30,572 


1,234,416 

40,708 
95,941 

41,888 


10,921,045 
161,807 
1,015,000 
941,710 
524,755 
563,530 


555,537 

69,638 
82,170 

25,462 


435,593 

10,365 
26,708 

13,977 


309380 


1,073,455 


3,233,014 


1,073,857 


1,412,953 


14,127,847 


732,807 


486,643 


15,780 


128,084 


78,042 


84,065 


86,115 


401,436 


28,587 


29,104 



134 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Picton 
1,999 


Plantagenet 
346 


Plattsville 
226 


Point Edward 
964 


Port Burwell 




3% 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,147,635 
456,785 


$ 

235,970 
79,955 


$ 


$ 
424,858 
199,730 


$ 

162,628 


Less accumulated depreciation 


81,627 




690,850 

72,202 
50,000 

19,920 
469 


156,015 
15,756 

11,172 
308 


- 


225,128 

128,105 
102,500 

19,628 
164 


81,001 


CURRENT ASSETS' 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 


10,275 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


411 


Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


142,591 

66,352 

1,538 


27,236 
2,626 


- 


250,397 
837 


10,686 
288 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 




Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


67,890 
840,457 


2,626 
87,866 


— 


837 
1,045,208 


288 
57,886 


Total assets 


1,741,788 


273,743 


- 


1,521,570 


149.861 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


21,000 


23,500 





- 












Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


21,000 

83,799 
26,339 


23,500 

23,261 
39,382 


- 


97,537 


6,680 
1,008 




110,138 
92,182 

651,243 
26,768 


62,643 
31,500 

64,226 
4,008 


- 


97,537 
17,000 

358,391 
3,434 


7,688 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


39,127 

37,324 
7,836 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


770,193 
840,457 


99,734 
87,866 


— 


378,825 
1,045,208 


84,287 
57,886 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,741,788 


273,743 


- 


1,521,570 


149,861 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


935,761 
34,839 


199,258 
8,854 


42,729 
706 


1,019,912 
19,532 


107,828 
3,960 






Total revenue 


970,600 


208,112 


43,435 


1,039,444 


111,788 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 
Local generation 


732,261 

48,229 
87,964 
4,306 
34,161 


166,731 

7,289 
12,769 
9,269 
7,057 


38,666 

1,279 
1,075 

916 


928,561 

14,022 
61,071 

14,392 


67,112 
11,490 


Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


21,613 
5,282 


Total expense 


906,921 


203,115 


41,936 


1,018,046 


105,497 


Net Income (net expense) 


63,679 


4,997 


1,499 


21,398 


631 



*See Page 95 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



135 



Port Colborne 
6,171 


Port Dover 

1,724 


Port Elgin 
2,263 


Port Hope 
3,663 


Port McNicoll 
879 


Port Perry 
1,520 


Port Rowan 
418 


Port Stanley 
1,206 


$ 
3,212,104 
1,059,739 


$ 
1,126,542 
262,374 


$ 
2,117,903 
330,435 


$ 
2,783,670 
837,807 


$ 
240,359 
83,951 


$ 
1,022,098 
253,322 


$ 

192,371 
54,787 


$ 
370,709 
186,582 


2,152,365 

'1,100 

250,000 

10,000 

53,781 


864,168 

39,027 
200,000 

37,127 


1,787,468 
174,958 

48,683 


1,945,863 
492,788 

1,974 


156,408 

50,161 

16,000 

26,455 

641 


768,776 

35,275 
140,000 

28,446 


137,584 

14,263 
20,000 

4,718 


184,127 
15,229 

20,002 


314,881 
85,946 
25,526 


276,154 
2,513 
3,503 


223,641 
4,712 
1,150 


494,762 
79,834 
77,994 


93,257 
291 


203,721 
891 


38,981 


35,231 
629 
423 


111,472 
1,925,145 


6,016 
420,892 


5,862 
521,332 


157,828 
1,787,565 


291 
209,479 


891 
388,318 


83,210 


1,052 
319,111 


4,503,863 


1,567,230 


2,538,303 


4386,018 


459,435 


1361,706 


259,775 


539,521 


287,809 


237,000 


154,824 
29,604 


- 





138,771 





34,000 


287,809 

235,564 
142,287 


237,000 

80,345 
22,488 


184,428 

199,966 
139,102 


295,805 
170,098 


50,075 
16,128 


138,771 

81,405 
29,997 


13,754 


34,000 

22,412 
3,280 


377,851 
503,825 

1,360,556 
48,677 


102,833 
151,528 

362,144 
292,833 


339,068 
142,567 

650,678 
700,230 


465,903 
244,000 

1,404,061 
484,489 


66,203 
9,804 

166,528 
7,421 


111,402 
76,903 

398,413 
247,899 


13,754 
17,890 

115,745 
29,176 


25,692 
29,950 

126,062 
4,706 


1,913,058 
1,925,145 


806,505 
420,892 


1,493,475 
521,332 


2,132,550 
1,787,565 


183,753 
209,479 


723,215 
388,318 


162,811 
83,210 


160,718 
319,111 


4,503,863 


1,567,230 


2,538^03 


4386,018 


459,435 


1361,706 


259,775 


539,521 


2,805,070 
55,050 


629,403 
26,094 


1,652,120 

77- 


3,176,878 
1,106 


324,668 
7,225- 


740,097 
31,745 


99,908 
3,706 


321,016 
9,643 


2,860,120 


655,497 


1,652,043 


3,177,984 


317,443 


771,842 


103,614 


330,659 


2,088,698 

151,310 

325,281 

49,785 

86,845 


404,942 

45,564 
93,116 
36,743 
27,473 


1,303,434 

52,006 
87,863 
52,538 
44,616 


2,571,389 

130,915 
210,215 

75,422 


263,922 

10,915 

20,765 

67 

7,126 


619,710 

27,759 
47,280 
25,597 
26,616 


78,136 

3,969 
6,255 

5,345 


243,002 

26,975 

37,341 

5,060 

12,440 


2,701,919 


607,838 


1,540,457 


2,987,941 


302,795 


746,962 


93,705 


324,818 


158,201 


47,659 


111,586 


190,043 


14,648 


24,880 


9,909 


5,841 



136 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Prescott 
2,023 


Priceville 
98 


Princeton 
212 


Queenston 
209 


Rainy River 
483 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
721,048 
366,940 


$ 

37,984 

16,516 


$ 


$ 

73,342 
34,749 


S 

236,533 
109,836 




354,108 

99,736 
30,000 

48,758 


21,468 
5,096 

684 


- 


38,593 

11,201 
5,000 

1,780 


126,697 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 


23,830 
30,000 

1,124 


Other 


353 




178,494 
25,598 


5,780 


- 


17,981 


55,307 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


1,647 








25,598 
780,079 


13,927 


— 


75,290 


1,647 




100,412 






Total assets 


1338379 


41,175 


- 


131,864 


284,063 


DEBT FROM BORROW-INGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


- 


3,727 


_ 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


105,225 
28,682 


2,167 
306 


- 


3,727 

7,536 
423 


41,340 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


133,907 
23,981 

373,194 
27,118 


2,473 
12,166 

11,081 
1,528 


- 


7,959 
9,773 

30,191 
4,924 


41,340 
26,087 

105,021 
11303 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


424,293 
780,079 


24,775 
13,927 


— 


44,888 
75,290 


142,311 
100,412 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1338379 


41,175 


- 


131,864 


284,063 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


928,832 
16,145 


24,577 
139- 


24,970 
590 


74,648 
705 


241,493 
2,993 


Total revenue 


944,977 


24,438 


25^60 


75353 


244,486 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


782,344 

43,113 
57,812 

28,388 


17,914 

1,478 

1,970 

6 

1,365 


21,076 

830 
1,046 

752 


57,867 

3,455 

5,051 

575 

2,819 


183,306 

14363 
27,494 

7,733 


Other 


— 


Total expense 


911,657 


22,733 


23,704 


69,767 


232,796 


Net Income (net expense) 


33320 


1,705 


1356 


5386 


11,690 



*See Page 95 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



137 



Red Rock 
390 


Renfrew 
3,235 


Richmond 
953 


Richmond Hill 
5,834 


Ridgetown 
1,286 


Ripley 
297 


Rockland 
1,350 


Rockwood 
409 


$ 

160,766 
78,820 


$ 

3,162,865 
1,030,687 


$ 

541,942 
123,983 


S 

3,624,103 
818,437 


$ 

622,551 
173,703 


$ 

125,819 
36,268 


$ 
684,661 
188,380 


$ 

173,944 
45,508 


81,946 

14,932 
10,000 

2,414 
382 


2,132,178 

41,375 
14,000 

41,473 


417,959 

50,836 
40,000 

7,987 
175 


2,805,666 

17,398 
225,000 

248,826 


448,848 

47,456 
30,000 

7,698 


89,551 
15,364 

5,553 


496,281 
37,597 

31,509 


128,436 

13,259 
10,000 

1,773 


27,728 


96,848 
56,397 
9,269 


98,998 

1,430 

31,688 

734 


491,224 
108,641 

57,672 


85,154 

11,722 

565 


20,917 


69,106 

137 

1,786 


25,032 


139,779 


65,666 
771,888 


33,852 
183,261 


166,313 
1,928,964 


12,287 
416,419 


96,634 


1,923 
240,043 


1 14,988 


249,453 


3,066380 


734,070 


5392,167 


962,708 


207,102 


807353 


268,456 





513,500 


81,800 


388,000 


19,000 


- 


35,000 


- 


18,434 
387 


513,500 

130,132 
92,654 


81,800 

56,649 
13,034 


388,000 

388,524 
104,796 


19,000 

42,144 
13,836 


18,775 
369 


35,000 

72,109 
16,284 


17,429 
14,273 


18,821 
29,367 

52,418 
9,068 


222,786 
902,737 

610,453 
45,216 


69,683 

33,087 
31,688 

241,163 
93,388 


493,320 
718,645 

1,724,947 
138,291 


55,980 
91,291 

373,477 
6,541 


19,144 
12,744 

61,230 
17,350 


88,393 
48,476 

321,868 
73,573 


31,702 
22,143 

94,595 
5,028 


90,853 
139,779 


1,558,406 
771,888 


399,326 
183,261 


2,581,883 
1,928,964 


471,309 
416,419 


91,324 
96,634 


443,917 
240,043 


121,766 
1 14,988 


249,453 


3,066380 


734,070 


5392,167 


962,708 


207,102 


807353 


268,456 


172,998 
181- 


1,544,124 
38,103 


462,528 
1,576 


3,902,102 
89,383 


590,056 
6,340 


155,602 
2,646- 


638,912 
12,324 


168,099 
25- 


172^17 


1382327 


464,104 


3,991,485 


596396 


152,956 


651,236 


168,074 


134,365 

13,581 
16,546 

5,510 


1,056,171 
84,973 
79,252 
104,933 
88,299 
82,881 


361,614 

14,155 
22,703 
11,764 
15,086 


3,210,422 

163,766 
246,957 
63,906 
108,745 


430,361 

40,137 

44,434 

3,165 

14,695 


138,275 

3,038 

5,781 

91 

3,685 


541,572 

26,585 
30,974 
6,595 
19,657 


129,577 

2,466 
17,894 

2,724 
5,705 


170,002 


1,496309 


425322 


3,793,796 


532,792 


150,870 


625383 


158366 


2,815 


85,718 


38,782 


197,689 


63,604 


2,086 


25,853 


9,708 



138 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Rodney 
486 


Rosseau 
176 


Russell 

327 


St. Catharines 
41,576 


St. Clair Beach 

747 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

118,175 
63,324 


$ 

98,814 

18,070 


$ 
200,293 
57,239 


$ 

28,513,333 

6,751,111 


$ 

589,535 
126,256 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


54,851 

13,741 
10,000 

5,814 


80,744 

4,827 

10,000 

1,000 

1,642 


143,054 
43,283 

8,684 


21,762,222 

2,507,546 
1,000,000 

2,559,371 


463,279 
39,987 

13,322 




29,555 


17,469 


51,967 
1,642 


6,066,917 
581,065 
343,677 


53,309 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 


722 


Total other assets 


133,223 


40,167 


1,642 

87,769 


924,742 
19,594,511 


722 
158,890 






Total assets 


217,629 


138^80 


284,432 


48348392 


676300 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


74,000 


1,797,028 


26,458 


Total long-term debt 
LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


12,940 
1,353 


5,019 


74,000 

23,815 
3,144 


1,797,028 

2,461,595 
816,144 


26,458 

29,366 
430 




14,293 
8,500 

59,347 
2,266 


5,019 
11,933 

40,133 
41,128 


26,959 
24,808 

65,173 
5,723 


3,277,739 
1,341,768 

19,561,641 

2,775,705 


29,7% 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 
Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 
Contributed capital 
Other reserves 


41,236 

108,307 
311,513 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


70,113 
133,223 


93,194 
40,167 


95,704 
87,769 


23,679,114 
19,594,511 


461,056 
158,890 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


217,629 


138^80 


284,432 


48348392 


676300 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


142,953 
2,531 


47,205 
248- 


173,700 
3,987 


30,014,878 
711,611 


299,715 
5,491 








145,484 


4<s9S7 


177,687 


30,726,489 


305306 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


120,720 

5,186 
13,418 

4,457 


35,877 

3,017 
3,079 

2,958 


146,064 

3,266 

5,537 
12,936 
6,603 


25,721,698 

939,206 
927,967 
273,131 
704,640 
60,663 


240,923 

19,594 
17,063 




7,674 




14,070 


Other 


— 


Total expense 


143,781 


444)31 


174,406 


28,627305 


299324 


Net Income (net expense) 


1,703 


2,026 


3,281 


2,099,184 


5,882 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



139 



St. George 
336 


St. Marys 
2,001 


St. Thomas 
10,277 


Sandwich West 
Twp. 
4,132 


Sarnia 
17,543 


Scarborough 
98,143 


Schreiber Twp. 
738 


Seaforth 
961 


$ 
126,930 
50,940 


$ 
1,093,070 
439,324 


$ 
4,892,179 
2,034,230 


$ 
1,647,323 

559,742 


$ 
10,697,572 
4,519,671 


$ 
80,255,765 
21,521,883 


$ 
289,699 
135,685 


$ 
568,976 
142,083 


75,990 

2,166 
* 31,000 

1,215 


653,746 

7,141 
40,000 

60,842 


2,857,949 

84,359 
125,000 

20,000 
597,213 


1,087,581 

60,202 
200,000 

56,725 


6,177,901 
1,028,115 

445,943 
35,131 


58,733,882 

561,714 
12,206,393 

6,901,583 
2,615 


154,014 

43,306 
35,000 

10,764 
625 


426,893 
54,288 

4,677 


34,381 
276 


107,983 
56,806 


826,572 

196,078 

158 


316,927 

32,687 

3,181 


1,509,189 

403,926 

33,770 


19,672,305 

2,125,848 

4,248,399 

288,379 


89,695 
2,631 
2,100 


58,965 
1,546 


276 
137,713 


56,806 
1,266,740 


196,236 
4,395,517 


35,868 
702,945 


437,696 
12,244,823 


6,662,626 
30,627,415 


4,731 
222,958 


1,546 
420,814 


248^60 


2,085,275 


8,276,274 


2,143321 


20369,609 


115,696,228 


471398 


908,218 


- 





45,000 


77,000 


191,000 


14,022,848 
482,282 


- 


- 


1,787 
581 


69,630 
4,672 


45,000 

429,159 
337,685 


77,000 

232,212 
62,745 


191,000 

1,117,477 
85,295 


14,505,130 

10,475,462 
2,485,096 


45,029 
270 


47,081 
12,829 


2,368 
16,000 

92,081 
198 


74,302 
190,208 

472,881 
81,144 


766,844 
293,046 

2,757,548 
18,319 


294,957 
348,422 

594,098 
125,899 


1,202,772 
1,512,579 

5,023,412 
195,023 


12,960,558 

10,819,679 
4,248,399 

33,406,724 
9,128,323 


45,299 
50,000 

146,118 
7,023 


59,910 
74,440 

334,246 
18,808 


108,279 
137,713 


744,233 
1,266,740 


3,068,913 
4,395,517 


1,068,419 
702,945 


6,731,014 
12,244,823 


57,603,125 
30,627,415 


203,141 
222,958 


427,494 
420,814 


248360 


2,085,275 


8,276,274 


2,143321 


20369,609 


115,696,228 


471398 


908,218 


175,486 
4,041 


879,971 
22,029 


5,412,647 
85,973 


1,740,240 
23,004 


14,508,101 
213,970 


71,998,737 
950,492 


381,038 
3,715 


433,053 
12,465 


179327 


902,000 


5,498,620 


1,763344 


14,722,071 


72,949,229 


384,753 


445,518 


148,075 

8,365 
10,063 

4,019 


720,428 

50,433 

71,565 

1,521 

36,263 


4,404,917 

499,158 

313,805 

17,181 

142,490 


1,400,664 

100,032 
75,237 
25,463 
45,175 


12,269,467 

1,004,576 

654,329 

67,975 

317,891 


58,388,019 

3,425,027 
2,630,069 
2,193,722 
2,249,214 


307,099 

23,184 
31,057 

10,043 


317,845 

38,549 
46,095 

13,126 


170322 


880,210 


5377,551 


1,646,571 


14314,238 


68,886,051 


371383 


415,615 


9,005 


21,790 


121,069 


116,673 


407,833 


4,063,178 


13370 


29,903 



140 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Shelburae 
1,116 


Simcoe 
4,991 


Sioux Lookout 
1,103 


Smiths Falls 
4,053 


Southampton 




1,691 






A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




729,990 


3,691,332 


584,391 


2,200,522 


1,132,150 


Less accumulated depreciation 


215,548 


1,010,820 


229,182 


780,458 


194,412 


Net fixed assets 


514,442 


2,680,512 


355,209 


1,420,064 


937,738 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash on hand and in bank 


3,877 


94,600 


26,398 


87,354 


45,593 


Investments-term deposits 


— 


— 


— 


130,000 


— 


—bonds 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts receivable (net) 


12,702 


163,809 


33,099 


43,020 


47,290 


Other 


— 


3,560 


606 


— 


— 




16,579 


261,969 


60,103 


260,374 


92,883 


OTHER ASSETS 












Inventories 


10,870 


8,635 


21,980 


32,641 


33,794 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellaneous assets 


1,434 


14,624 


— 


— 


3,264 


Total other assets 


12,304 


23,259 


21,980 


32,641 


37,058 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


291,430 


1,932,253 


377,536 


1,701,941 


373,767 


Total assets 


834,755 


4,897,993 


814,828 


3,415,020 


1,441,446 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures outstanding 


110,000 


330,000 


38,000 


— 


189,000 


Other long-term debt 


21,892 


— 


— 


— 


50,804 


Total long-term debt 


131,892 


330,000 


38,000 


_ 


239,804 


LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities 


109,338 


70,920 


71,898 


162,871 


93,323 


Other liabilities 


4,557 


1 14,323 


15,971 


67,745 


90,321 


Total liabilities 


113,895 


185,243 


87,869 


230,616 


183,644 


EQUITY 












Debt redeemed 


70,630 


475,435 


10,000 


147,662 


82,296 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accumulated net income invested in 












plant or held as working funds 


161,499 


1,669,615 


267,276 


1,308,946 


499,807 


Contributed capital 


65,409 


305,447 


34,147 


25,855 


62,128 


Other reserves 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total utility equitv 


297,538 


2,450,497 


311,423 


1,482,463 


644,231 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


291,430 


1,932,253 


377,536 


1,701,941 


373,767 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


834,755 


4,897,993 


814,828 


3,415,020 


1,441,446 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 












REVENUE 












Sale of electrical energy 


615,106 


3,510,448 


620,759 


2,130,241 


830,075 


Miscellaneous 


6,588 


145,719 


5,939- 


47,697 


1,469 


Total revenue 


621,694 


3,656,167 


614,820 


2,177,938 


831.544 


EXPENSE 












Power purchased 


472,390 


2,724,829 


453,972 


1,714,787 


608,238 


Local generation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Operation and maintenance 


21,483 


195,579 


43,118 


116,683 


45,667 


Administration 


41,036 


336,976 


64,353 


150,481 


44,097 




34,769 


118,876 


8,243 


— 


47,280 


Depreciation 


22,089 


101,158 


17,713 


70,765 


25,384 


Other 


— 


— 




— 


— 




591,767 


3,477,418 


587399 


2,052,716 


770,666 








294)27 


178,749 


27,421 


125,222 


60,878 







Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



141 



South Grimsby 
Twp. 
516 


South River 

475 


South West 

Oxford 

361 


Springfield 
203 


Stayner 
1,096 


Stirling 
688 


Stoney Creek 
2,211 


Stouffville 
1,944 


$ 
213,023 
68,495 


$ 
288,892 
106,681 


$ 
200,461 
95,632 


$ 

72,068 

37,392 


$ 
535,935 
104,183 


$ 
352,823 
130,723 


$ 
1,118,505 
479,316 


$ 
1,188,113 
192,644 


144,528 


182,211 


104,829 


34,676 


431,752 


222,100 


639,189 


995,469 


31,357 
25.000 

3,099 


11,571 
6,539 


43,086 

39,000 

15,000 

3,197 


15,763 
2,799 


1,986 
50,000 

24,827 


48,331 
10,299 


61,995 
50,000 

25,010 


102,536 
73,500 

10,623 


— 


485 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


59,456 


18,595 


100,283 


18,562 


76,813 


58,630 


137,005 


186,659 


- 


58 


63 


- 


471 


- 


1,015 


21,071 


15,144 


8,234 


343 


4,734 


- 


258 


178 


- 


15,144 
115,972 


8,292 
74,788 


406 

475,970 


4,734 
65,546 


471 
254,414 


258 
205,566 


1,193 

625,749 


21,071 
516,054 


335,100 


283,886 


681,488 


123,518 


763,450 


486,554 


1,403,136 


1,719,253 


13,000 


21,000 


32,000 


- 


79,000 


- 


31,000 


4,000 


13,000 


21,000 


32,000 


- 


79,000 


- 


31,000 


4,000 


24,272 
16,156 


24,241 
2,031 


49,399 
20,907 


7,933 
324 


48,978 
990 


39,502 
2,342 


85,577 
12,186 


106,385 
21,021 


40,428 


26,272 


70,306 


8,257 


49,968 


41,844 


97,763 


127,406 


17,000 


69,000 


8,537 


9,500 


35,557 


23,000 


87,460 


78,272 


108,944 
39,756 


85,459 
7,367 


91,976 
2,699 


38,549 
1,666 


337,696 
6,815 


207,796 
8,348 


508,967 
52,197 


523,549 
469,972 


165,700 
115,972 


161,826 
74,788 


103,212 
475,970 


49,715 
65,546 


380,068 
254,414 


239,144 
205,566 


648,624 
625,749 


1,071,793 
516,054 


335,100 


283,886 


681,488 


123,518 


763,450 


486,554 


1,403,136 


1,719,253 


179,899 
7,294 


217,802 
1,632 


545,310 
14,613- 


66,985 
1,250 


433,139 
1,816 


324,617 
14,092 


1,020,723 
49,386 


1,027,585 
35,175 


187,193 


219,434 


530,697 


68,235 


434,955 


338,709 


1,070,109 


1,062,760 


137,321 


177,841 


510,409 


55,667 


333,883 


265,523 


881,370 


878,273 


8,763 
27,472 
2,386 
6,155 


6,320 
13,962 
7,742 
8,594 


8,279 
13,725 
5,822 
7,495 


2,565 
3,554 

2,712 


30,474 
22,901 
12,963 
13,863 


12,164 
20,612 

12,433 


47,125 

90,197 

6,382 

41,187 


60,560 
73,410 
4,362 
28,437 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


182,097 


214,459 


545,730 


64,498 


414,084 


310,732 


1,066,261 


1,045,042 


5,0% 


4,975 


(15,033) 


3,737 


20,871 


27,977 


3,848 


17,718 



142 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Stratford 


Strathroy 


Sturgeon Falls 


Sudbury 


Sunderland 


Number of Customers 


9,534 


3,032 


2,211 


30,380 


309 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities at cost 


9,163,031 


1,831,033 


1,193,929 


25,570,634 


104,918 


Less accumulated depreciation 


2,146,409 


606,610 


329,559 


7,641,513 


52,552 


Net fixed assets 


7,016,622 


1,224,423 


864,370 


17,929,121 


52,366 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash on hand and in bank 


2,100 


78,056 


57,971 


227,549 


17,061 


Investments-term deposits 


685,000 


— 


— 


180,000 


12,000 


—bonds 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts receivable (net) 


692,699 


64,152 


62,120 


1,789,814 


2,552 


Other 


8,690 


— 


2,202 


21,445 


— 


Total current assets 


1,388,489 


142,208 


122,293 


2,218,808 


31,613 


OTHER ASSETS 












Inventories 


414,169 


5,453 


— 


953,909 


— 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellaneous assets 


98,610 


1,008 


5,303 


161,105 


— 


Total other assets 


512,779 


6,461 


5,303 


1,115,014 





Equity in Ontario Hydro 


5,029,728 


1,014,797 


486,137 


8,351,348 


98,991 


Total assets 


13,947,618 


2^87,889 


1,478,103 


29,614,291 


182^70 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures outstanding 


883,500 


113,000 


68,350 


7,887,907 


— 


Other long-term debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total long-term debt 


883,500 


113,000 


68,350 


7,887,907 





LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities 


683,975 


134,528 


156,141 


1,943,453 


12,322 


Other liabilities 


207,520 


52,685 


138,505 


2,034,005 


122 


Total liabilities 


891,495 


187,213 


294,646 


3,977,458 


12,444 


EQUITY 












Debt redeemed 


1,542,300 


144,163 


163,953 


3,061,145 


4,628 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Accumulated net income invested in 












plant or held as working funds 


4,706,463 


746,539 


461,557 


4,492,315 


62,988 


Contributed capital 


894,132 


182,177 


3,460 


1,844,118 


3,919 


Other reserves 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total utility equity 


7,142,895 


1,072,879 


628,970 


9,397,578 


71,535 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


5,029,728 


1,014,797 


486,137 


8,351,348 


98,991 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


13,947,618 


2^87,889 


1,478,103 


29,614,291 


182^*70 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 












REVENUE 












Sale of electrical energy 


6,849,348 


1,611,034 


1,141,200 


16,073,462 


111,109 


Miscellaneous 


130,935 


23,014 


58,372 


933,428 


2,323 


Total revenue 


6,980,283 


1,634,048 


1,199,572 


17,006,890 


113,432 


EXPENSE 












Power purchased 


5,369,115 


1,231,384 


928,462 


12,662,807 


103,086 


Local generation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Operation and maintenance 


302,306 


119,562 


75,313 


1,209,531 


1,855 


Administration 


384,751 


111,628 


62,420 


1,273,490 


4,121 


Financial 


174,333 


18,824 


20,561 


1,208,760 


— 


Depreciation 


234,665 


47,160 


35,132 


784,955 


3,584 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


32,525 


— 


Total expense 


6,465,170 


1^28,558 


1,121,888 


17,172,068 


112,646 


Net Income (net expense) 


515,113 


105,490 


77,684 


(165,178) 


786 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



143 



Sundridge 
421 


Sutton 
1,105 


Tara 
333 


Tecumseh 
1,840 


Teeswater 
485 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 
649 


Thamesford 
542 


Thamesville 
460 


$ 

196,305 
50,021 


$ 
637,373 
146,911 


$ 

151,818 
39,672 


$ 
1,009,113 

357,736 


$ 

185,270 
55,337 


$ 
489,561 
170,884 


$ 


$ 
219,639 
125,969 


146,284 


490,462 


112,146 


651,377 


129,933 


318,677 


- 


93,670 


16,176 
5,000 

2,573 


35,851 
56,300 

27,765 
2,000 


35,093 

17,500 

6,000 

2,728 

1,382 


58,330 
55,000 

53,881 


25,538 

15,500 
5,847 


5,376 
50,000 

6,984 
403 


- 


25,413 
27,602 
10,000 
2,957 


23,749 


121,916 


62,703 


167,211 


46,885 


62,763 


- 


65,972 


3,760 


430 


577 


66,282 


- 


- 


- 


449 


19 


2,487 


- 


2,514 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,779 
90,284 


2,917 
326,338 


577 
124,318 


68,796 
452,618 


182,741 


267,533 


— 


449 
188,333 


264,0% 


941,633 


299,744 


1340,002 


359,559 


648,973 


- 


348,424 





59,089 





30,200 


- 





- 





- 


59,089 


- 


30,200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,633 
2,024 


94,454 
18,307 


20,646 
860 


102,294 
4,522 


23,872 
5,419 


14,593 


— 


17,567 
2,240 


23,657 


112,761 


21,506 


106,816 


29,291 


14,593 


- 


19,807 


24,207 


35,630 


14,264 


50,800 


21,296 


78,000 


- 


18,881 


85,186 
40,762 


191,974 
215,841 


134,898 
4,758 


371,753 
327,815 


91,910 
34,321 


190,176 
98,671 


- 


117,090 
4,313 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


150,155 
90,284 


443,445 
326,338 


153,920 
124,318 


750,368 
452,618 


147,527 
182,741 


366,847 
267,533 


— 


140,284 
188,333 


264,096 


941,633 


299,744 


1340,002 


359,559 


648,973 


- 


348,424 


202,244 
1,030- 


536,546 
9,793 


177,279 
461 


820,487 
35,413 


239,736 
5,110- 


428,253 
7,277 


79,090 
1,398 


191,038 
7,672 


201,214 


546^39 


177,740 


855,900 


234,626 


435,530 


80,488 


198,710 


176,835 


430,907 


156,663 


663,664 


205,257 


342,983 


68,154 


149,375 


3,781 

8,398 

4 

5,475 


1.3,215 

51,091 
10,542 
15,594 


4,703 
3,392 

4,366 


50,823 

58,560 

4,963 

24,194 


2,764 

10,018 

4 

5,558 


20,157 
29,052 

14,507 


1,596 
2,007 

2,220 


11,614 
19,192 

7,062 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


194,493 


521,349 


169,124 


802,204 


223,601 


406,699 


73,977 


187,243 


6,721 


24,990 


8,616 


53,696 


11,025 


28,831 


6,511 


11,467 



•See Page 95 



144 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Thedford 
327 


Thessalon 
679 


Thornbury 
750 


Thomdale 
163 


Thornton 




183 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

140,391 

57,747 


S 

305,199 
114,044 


S 

520,938 
105,256 


$ 

61,432 
34,997 


S 

61,035 
24,845 




82,644 
35,713 

5,141 


191,155 
23,402 

10,437 
3,091 


415,682 
36,079 

25,233 


26,435 

11,931 

3,000 
861 


36,190 
21,222 

1,729 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


Other 




40,854 


36,930 
2,886 


61,312 

20,534 

5,130 


15,792 


22,951 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 


- 








114,599 


2,886 
131,372 


25,664 
166,337 


62,428 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


39,907 




238,097 


362343 


668,995 


104,655 


99,048 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 





96,000 


- 





Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 


12,886 
8,584 


48,563 
2,886 


96,000 

45,725 
985 


5,967 
390 


7,838 
92 








Total liabilities 

EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


21,470 
16,500 

81,680 
3,848 


51,449 
61,587 

117,935 


46,710 
89,714 

222,032 
48,202 


6,357 
3,086 

31,065 
1,719 


7,930 
7,200 

37,211 
6,800 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


102,028 
1 14,599 


179,522 
131,372 


359,948 
166,337 


35,870 
62,428 


51,211 
39,907 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


238,097 


362343 


6684>95 


104,655 


99,048 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


147,975 
5,106- 


324,004 
2,494 


357,192 
3,247- 


63,046 
1,145 


76,919 

537- 




142,869 


326,498 


353,945 


64,191 


76382 






EXPENSE 
Power purchased 


116,964 

5,479 
6,945 

4,665 


240,405 

40,430 

34,846 

5 

9,020 


265,067 

22,758 
22,901 
12,404 
12,004 


51,755 

3,617 
5,809 

2,544 


66,441 




414 




1,580 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


2,200 


Total expense 


134,053 


324,706 


335,134 


63,725 


70,635 


Net Income (net expense) 


8,816 


1,792 


18,811 


466 


5,747 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



145 



Thorold 
2,766 


Thunder Bay 
39,813 


Tilbury 
1,579 


Tillsonburg 
3,966 


Toronto 
195,804 


Tottenham 
951 


Trenton 
5,641 


Tweed 

773 


$ 

1,270,112 
473,892 


$ 
30,101,756 
9,374,236 


$ 
965,618 

277,125 


$ 
2,989,876 
742,811 


$ 
188,121,066 

72,534,584 


$ 
356,695 
83,922 


$ 
4,114,709 
1,311,596 


$ 
344,330 
124,021 


796,220 

27,826 
70,000 

25,353 


20,727,520 

1,430,358 
2,500,000 

44,000 
2,155,111 

63,088 


688,493 
18,437 

52,310 


2,247,065 

50,626 
60,000 

124,187 


115,586,482 

292,589 

13,200,000 

37,435 

16,933,527 

73,293 


272,773 

29,662 
42,000 

28,559 


2,803,113 
340,770 

246,027 


220,309 

3,989 
64,000 

2,573 


123,179 
48,676 


6,192,557 

1,014,160 

62,183 


70,747 

1,067 

171 


234,813 
121,971 
33,989 


30,536,844 

3,612,356 
7,487,049 
10,590,401 


100,221 
1,076 
2,128 


586,797 

143,038 

1,921 


70,562 


48,676 
1,650,261 


1,076,343 
27,196,046 


1,238 
578,607 


155,960 
1,232,338 


21,689,806 
170,860,817 


3,204 
153,155 


144,959 
2,923,194 


269,271 


2,618336 


55,192,466 


1339,085 


3,870,176 


338,673,949 


529353 


6,458,063 


560,142 


- 


3,448,000 
104,331 


7,000 


551,550 
236,055 


7,487,050 


79,500 


162,000 





92,068 
94,092 


3,552,331 

2,284,487 
198,562 


7,000 

106,889 
21,846 


787,605 

298,961 
35,769 


7,487,050 

15,309,061 
7,551,968 


79,500 

49,143 
9,991 


162,000 

438,516 
155,029 


30,868 
1,221 


186,160 
126,778 

625,348 
29,789 


2,483,049 
3,017,943 

14,647,313 
4,295,784 


128,735 
104,986 

434,911 
84,846 


334,730 
263,026 

932,715 
319,762 


22,861,029 

37,477,045 
7,165,117 

86,448,528 
6,374,363 


59,134 
50,911 

123,364 
63,289 


593,545 
392,154 

1,718,164 
669,006 


32,089 
19,000 

228,434 
11,348 


781,915 
1,650,261 


21,961,040 
27,196,046 


624,743 
578,607 


1,515,503 
1,232,338 


137,465,053 
170,860,817 


237,564 
153,155 


2,779,324 
2,923,194 


258,782 
269,271 


2,618336 


55,192,466 


1339,085 


3,870,176 


338,673,949 


529353 


6,458,063 


560,142 


1,266,304 
22,630 


24,067,456 
1,135,020 


866,047 
9,137 


2,404,072 
85,031 


174,469,828 
7,182,009 


398,834 
2,293 


4,347,255 
78,212 


386,135 
14,483 


1,288,934 


25,202,476 


875,184 


2,489,103 


181,651,837 


401,127 


4,425,467 


400,618 


903,633 

135,503 

157,588 

43 

36,717 


19,054,598 

1,302,949 

1,836,528 

594,943 

824,837 


706,195 

44,511 

55,597 

7,970 

21,529 


2,040,649 

145,879 
131,593 
96,159 
73,085 


142,454,572 

19,411,194 

10,256,129 

284,323 

5,999,373 


299,536 

17,295 

26,175 

16,227 

8,078 


3,761,333 

104,390 
175,942 
47,054 
112,462 


325,036 

11,298 
20,253 

11,283 


1333,484 


23,613,855 


835,802 


2,487365 


178,405,591 


367311 


4,201,181 


367,870 


55,450 


1,588,621 


39382 


1,738 


3346,246 


33,816 


224,286 


32,748 



146 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 
Number of Customers 


Uxbridge 
1,187 


Vankleek Hill 
734 


Vaughan Twp. 
9,371 


Victoria 

Harbour 

619 


Walkerton 
1,846 


A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 
Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
668,119 
253,750 


$ 
381,136 
123,890 


$ 
9,619,736 
2,405,977 


$ 

174,488 
69,399 


s 

955,604 
314,009 


Net fixed assets 
CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 
Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 
Accounts receivable (net) 
Other 


414,369 

91,091 
30,000 
2,978 
14,828 


257,246 
8,314 

6,884 


7,213,759 
132,808 

461,814 
34,679 


105,089 
10,075 

12,950 


641,595 

55,253 
110,000 

53,960 


Total current assets 
OTHER ASSETS 
Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 
Miscellaneous assets 


138,897 
127 


15,198 


629,301 
302,738 
144,038 


23,025 
819 


219,213 

35,642 

1,860 


Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


127 
434,773 


127,856 


446,776 
2,909,639 


819 
112,127 


37,502 
743,805 


Total assets 


988,166 


400,300 


11,199,475 


241,060 


1,642,115 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


12,800 





3,133,000 


- 


47,000 


Total long-term debt 
LIABILITIES 


12,800 

59,557 
17,894 


48,410 
18,042 


3,133,000 

1,197,820 

583,572 


24,690 
2,467 


47,000 
105,746 


Other liabilities 


32,138 


Total liabilities 
EQUITY 
Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 
Contributed capital 
Other reserves 


77,451 
77,269 

371,790 
14,083 


66,452 
44,314 

99,888 
61,790 


1,781,392 
1,483,767 

(269,839) 
2,161,516 


27,157 
18,781 

73,657 
9,338 


137,884 
69,749 

613,169 
30,508 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


463,142 
434,773 


205,992 
127,856 


3,375,444 
2,909,639 


101,776 
112,127 


713,426 
743,805 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


988,166 


400^00 


11,199,475 


241,060 


1,642,115 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


638,880 
23,801 


325,236 
2,918 


9,207,172 
227,220 


229,943 
2,764 


1,212,402 
18,637 




662,681 


328,154 


9,434^92 


232,707 


1,231,039 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 
Local generation 
Operation and maintenance 
Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


538,674 

33,645 
49,285 
4,741 
19,236 


269,614 

9,770 

23,803 

281 

12,095 


7,921,746 

189,574 
407,649 
588,897 
264,350 


167,451 

23,961 

22,590 

4% 

5,736 


1,018,461 

52,930 
55,186 
6,829 
28,126 






Total expense 


645,581 


315,563 


9372,216 


220,234 


1,161332 


Net Income (net expense) 


17,100 


12,591 


62,176 


12,473 


69307 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



147 



Wallaceburg 
4,262 


Wardsville 
188 


Warkworth 
298 


Wasaga Beach 
5,161 


Waterdown 
781 


Waterford 
1,067 


Waterloo North 

(R) 

20,928 


Watford 
673 


$ 

3,135,127 
1,186,688 


$ 

63,798 

31,995 


$ 

149,480 
57,585 


$ 
1,989,120 
749,913 


$ 
451,871 
138,431 


$ 
542,662 
132,801 


$ 
19,464,603 

5,092,755 


$ 
230,218 
106,591 


1,948,439 

125,484 
365,000 

69,714 
2,774 


31,803 
3,901 

1,025 


91,895 
21,671 

2,165 


1,239,207 

23,222 
200,000 

35,719 
5,233 


313,440 

28,102 
30,000 

24,370 
521 


409,861 

250 
100,000 

12,439 


14,371,848 

487,580 
655,000 

1,306,722 
24,700 


123,627 

16,335 
20,000 

24,545 


562,972 
159,418 
14,282 


4,926 


23,836 


264,174 
9,725 
8,915 


82,993 

1,155 

642 


112,689 

1,725 
165 


2,474,002 

584,670 

16,041 


60,880 
941 


173,700 
2,729,257 


48,750 


71,001 


18,640 
763,230 


1,797 
252,960 


1,890 
320,712 


600,711 
6,805,691 


941 
288,464 


5,414368 


85,479 


186,732 


2,285,251 


651,190 


845,152 


24,252,252 


473,912 


359,095 


- 


- 


147,000 
720,735 


28,000 


1,000 


1,207,000 
3,241,797 





359,095 

309,229 
21,078 


50 
963 


8,440 
683 


867,735 

118,210 
123,723 


28,000 

50,695 
6,039 


1,000 

65,722 
46,264 


4,448,797 

1,876,362 
551,263 


23,831 
3,310 


330,307 
111,170 

1,635,484 
249,055 


1,013 
7,562 

27,086 
1,068 


9,123 
14,773 

72,576 
19,259 


241,933 
170,419 

151,434 
90,500 


56,734 
37,632 

192,145 
83,719 


111,986 
41,123 

312,474 
57,857 


2,427,625 
2,227,882 

6,264,233 
2,078,024 


27,141 
9,056 

133,125 
16,126 


1,995,709 
2,729,257 


35,716 
48,750 


106,608 
71,001 


412,353 
763,230 


313,496 
252,960 


411,454 
320,712 


10,570,139 
6,805,691 


158,307 
288,464 


5,414,368 


85,479 


186,732 


2,285,251 


651,190 


845,152 


24,252,252 


473,912 


3,973,025 
74,921 


65,634 
899 


122,318 
4,475- 


1,708,713 
36,472- 


404,774 
4,152 


453,486 
1,609 


15,370,374 
502,296 


290,782 
5,318 


4,047,946 


66,533 


117,843 


1,672,241 


408,926 


455,095 


15,872,670 


296,100 


3,281,123 

148,199 

254,208 

43,878 

84,540 


55,099 

1,419 
4,853 

2,418 


91,221 

4,206 

7,158 

642 

5,339 


1,161,767 

115,966 
151,421 
101,734 
83,717 


329,472 

13,185 
24,292 
4,830 
14,883 


317,585 

50,648 

40,800 

1,059 

13,761 


13,178,949 

689,825 
955,540 
563,515 
515,938 
6,120 


226,465 

14,919 
36,706 

7,019 


3,811,948 


63,789 


108,566 


1,614,605 


386,662 


423,853 


15,909,887 


285,109 


235.998 


2,744 


9,277 


57,636 


22,264 


31,242 


(37,217) 


10,991 



(R) Restructured 



148 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Waubaushene 
475 


Webbwood 
183 


Welland 
14,702 


Wellington 
581 


West Lome 


Number of Customers 


543 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

142,226 
25,010 


$ 

103,343 
30,396 


$ 

10,433,795 
3,295,505 


$ 

186,831 
83,665 


$ 

239,189 
120,416 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


117,216 
38,383 

13,702 


72,947 
146 

14,543 
573 


7,138,290 

399,913 
900,000 

181,718 
4,804 


103,166 

19,2% 

20,000 

4,000 

3,500 


118,773 

22,018 
15,000 

4,853 


Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


52,085 
713 


15,262 


1,486,435 
228,357 
46,362 


46,7% 
106 


41,871 

3,272 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 




Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


713 
81,148 


31,884 


274,719 
5,545,626 


106 
156,497 


3,272 
264,088 


Total assets 


251,162 


120,093 


14,445,070 


30o,5o5 


428,004 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding ... 
Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


1,048,088 


9,000 


- 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


16,723 
10,181 


11,656 
4,788 


1,048,088 

666,746 
50,497 


9,000 

20,029 
1,352 


22,545 
864 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 
Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 
Contributed capital 
Other reserves 


26,904 
3,242 

139,842 
26 


16,444 
28,381 

41,616 
1,768 


717,243 
1,853,140 

3,935,012 
1,345,961 


21,381 
16,816 

91,627 
11,244 


23,409 
8,000 

110,937 
21,570 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


143,110 
81,148 


71,765 
31,884 


7,134,113 
5,545,626 


119,687 
156,497 


140,507 
264,088 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


251,162 


120,093 


14,445,070 


306,565 


428,004 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


143,305 
5,015- 


87,761 
485 


7,798,667 
347,336 


202,463 
6,118 


276,966 
8,771 


Total revenue 


138,290 


88,246 


8,146,003 


208,581 


285,737 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


104,242 

2,812 
9,185 

3,890 


64,100 

5,976 
7,798 

872 
3,227 


6,402,935 

461,536 
507,330 
218,901 
271,397 
2,479 


166,461 

8,314 
13,465 
2,016 
6,261 


238,077 
17,634 




21,044 




— 


Depreciation 

Other 


7,586 


Total expense 


120,129 


81,973 


7,864,578 


196,517 


284^41 


Net Income (net expense) 


18,161 


6,273 


281,425 


12,064 


1,396 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



149 



Westport 
370 


Wheatley 
623 


Whitby 
10,236 


Wiarton 
956 


Williamsburg 
147 


Winchester 
799 


Windermere 
150 


Windsor 
66,588 


$ 

130,878 
29,209 


$ 

336,811 
128,577 


$ 
8,761,751 
1,715,270 


$ 
599,499 
151,565 


$ 

43,202 

23,186 


$ 
354,186 
123,507 


$ 

69,394 

21,296 


$ 
43,728,538 
15,601,515 


101,669 
2,311 

11,280 


208,234 
29,001 

4,542 


7,046,481 
106,848 

629,036 


447,934 

35,578 

4,000 
11,774 


20,016 

9,632 

5,000 
890 


230,679 
96,274 

9,364 


48,098 
10,301 

1,938 
1,000 


28,127,023 

273,540 

2,550,000 

1,196,900 

2,246,690 

53,923 


13,591 


33,543 
1,863 


735,884 
230,988 
60,932 


51,352 

23,371 

115 


15,522 


105,638 


13,239 


6,321,053 

1,132,530 

10,834 


96,906 


1,863 
207,430 


291,920 
2,990,376 


23,486 
315,859 


61,161 


337,490 


40,059 


1,143,364 
32,622,649 


212,166 


451,070 


11,064,661 


838,631 


96,699 


673,807 


101396 


68,214,089 


- 





1,073,882 
743,820 


51,000 


9,768 


- 


- 


599,100 


136 
1,014 


24,209 
1,125 


1,817,702 

562,752 
301,500 


51,000 

70,639 
78,860 


9,768 

4,710 
460 


69,406 
130 


4,160 


599,100 

4,757,013 
170,950 


1,150 
15,000 

98,546 
564 


25,334 
52,000 

156,821 
9,485 


864,252 
1,178,460 

1,790,885 
2,422,986 


149,499 
46,400 

263,668 
12,205 


5,170 
3,982 

16,618 


69,536 
29,162 

233,619 
4,000 


4,160 
11,238 

44,077 
1,862 


4,927,963 
5,377,940 

23,431,406 
1,255,031 


114,110 
96,906 


218,306 
207,430 


5,392,331 
2,990,376 


322,273 
315,859 


20,600 
61,161 


266,781 
337,490 


57,177 
40,059 


30,064,377 
32,622,649 


212,166 


451,070 


11,064,661 


838,631 


96,699 


673,807 


101396 


68,214,089 


165,844 
878 


273,174 
2,182 


6,518,131 
4,480- 


485,248 
8,635- 


55,499 
507 


629,936 
186- 


45,799 
36 


43,868,543 
910,114 


166,722 


275356 


6,513,651 


476,613 


56,006 


629,750 


45,835 


44,778,657 


129,466 

4,821 

9,740 

659 

3,646 


217,581 

15,079 
16,457 

9,692 


5,109,219 

215,112 
396,726 
298,069 
210,342 


357,866 

33,726 
32,683 
9,478 
11,878 


44,075 

1,324 
6,517 
1,766 
1,621 


554,446 

14,255 
21,347 

11,245 


35,879 

3,162 
1,647 

2,235 


37,644,164 

2,312,942 

1,815,572 

164,068 

1,223,025 


148332 


258,809 


6,229,468 


445,631 


55303 


601,293 


42,923 


43,159,771 


18^90 


16347 


284,183 


30,982 


703 


28,457 


2,912 


1,618,886 



150 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Wingham 
1,312 


Woodbridge 
960 


Woodstock 
9,811 


Woodville 

275 


Wyoming 
619 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
874,342 
321,260 


$ 
405,899 
201,423 


$ 
6,269,484 
2,187,812 


$ 

111,484 
37,123 


S 

220,900 


Less accumulated depreciation 


93,158 




553,082 

62,919 

21,709 
42,115 


204,476 
97,625 

2,565 


4,081,672 

806 
1,294,000 

99,788 


74,361 

18,435 
13,000 

3,162 


127,742 

25,303 

1,400 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 




5,802 


Other 




Total current assets 
OTHER ASSETS 
Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 
Miscellaneous assets 


126,743 
39,843 


100,190 


1,394,594 
300,156 


34,597 


32,505 
599 




39,843 
631,119 


468,935 


300,156 
4,934,692 


65,636 


599 




130,099 






Total assets 


1^50,787 


773,601 


10,711,114 


174,594 


290,945 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


- 





- 


Total long-term debt 
LIABILITIES 


121,339 
4,990 


61,646 
5,866 


566,594 
134,186 


10,355 
3,963 


20,318 


Other liabilities 


1,300 




126,329 
81,155 

441,369 
70,815 


67,512 
23,835 

154,336 
58,983 


700,780 
429,776 

4,219,569 
426,297 


14,318 
5,248 

61,528 
27,864 


21,618 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 
Sinking fund on debentures 
Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


9,700 

113,453 
16,075 


Total utility equity 
Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


593,339 
631,119 


237,154 
468,935 


5,075,642 
4,934,692 


94,640 
65,636 


139,228 
130,099 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,350,787 


773,601 


10,711,114 


174,594 


2904*45 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 
Sale of electrical energy 
Miscellaneous 


998,830 
2,317- 


556,904 
18,394 


6,245,160 
200,519 


96,361 
1,560- 


217,019 
3,323 


Total revenue 


996,513 


575,298 


6,445,679 


94,801 


220342 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


880,126 

27,681 
50,901 

20,177 


487,454 

18,689 
38,363 

17,435 


5,331,611 

259,379 

236,602 

1,095 

183,848 


77,025 

1,630 

4,125 

3,527 


179,380 

12,064 
7,600 

6,740 


Total expense 


978,885 


561,941 


6,012,535 


86307 


205,784 


Net Income (net expense) 


17,628 


13,357 


433,144 


8,494 


14358 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1978 



151 



York 
34,722 


Zorra R 
861 


Zurich 
362 


Total 
2,046,952 


$ 
20,385,783 
6,963,209 


$ 
375,811 
146,500 


$ 
205,857 
55,356 


$ 

1,543,331,703 

432,643,656 


13,422,574 

213,488 
2,000,000 
350,000 
970,582 
46,910 


229,311 

75,638 
5,000 

18,743 


150,501 

12,978 
30,000 

7,938 


1,110,688,047 

33,166,382 
119,406,147 

3,268,327 
99,534,132 

2,327,864 


3,580,980 
401,027 
401,407 


99,381 
3,408 


50,916 
2,022 


257,702,852 

36,557,237 
25,333,578 
23,642,01 1 


802,434 
15,180,387 


3,408 
308,254 


2,022 
122,832 


85,532,826 
900,247,456 


32,986375 


640^54 


326,271 


2354,171,181 


- 


z 


z 


139,355,015 
27,925,663 


1,454,271 
2,136,599 


49,105 
2,601 


29,478 
11,854 


167,280,678 

149,220,252 
41,716,448 


3,590,870 
790,979 

13,359,077 
65,062 


51,706 
15,789 

224,607 
39,998 


41,332 
5,592 

148,020 
8,495 


190,936,700 

192,449,435 
25,011,646 

718,298,398 

159,345,223 

601,645 


14,215,118 
15,180,387 


280,394 
308,254 


162,107 
122,832 


1,095,706,347 
900,247,456 


32,986^75 


640354 


326,271 


2354,171,181 


19,275,581 
272,657 


288,378 
6,475 


168,098 
4,545- 


1,442,083,617 
38,990,284 


19,548,238 


294,853 


163353 


1,481,073,901 


15,265,467 

1,048,032 

1,496,099 

9,798 

650,543 

113,156 


252,007 

10,538 
10,998 

10,614 


128,070 

8,370 
13,761 

5,558 


1,187,276,067 
1,770,765 
78,641,572 
72,519,067 
24,289,741 
41,735,974 
1,444,542 


18,583,095 


284,157 


155,759 


1,407,677,728 


965,143 


10,6% 


7,794 


73396,173 



153 



STATEMENT "C" 

Statement C records use of energy, revenue, number of customers, 
average use per customer, and average revenue per kilowatt-hour for 
each of the main classes of service for all the municipal electrical utili- 
ties supplied under cost contracts with Ontario Hydro. The number of 
customers shown is that at the end of the year under review, but the 
calculation of monthly energy use per customer is based on the average 
of the numbers served at the end of the year under review and the pre- 
ceding year. This is not applicable for restructured utilities. The revenue 
and use of energy for house heating and the use of flat-rate water heaters 
are included in the total shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours 
being estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average revenue per kilowatt-hour is the average paid by the custo- 
mer, that is the average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the 
utility. Such a statistical average does not represent the utility's actual 
revenue from delivering one kilowatt-hour. However, a comparison of 
this average over a number of years gives some indication of the trend 
of revenue in any one municipality, and the general trend may be seen 
in the table on page 94. 

The general service class includes data on both industrial and com- 
mercial customers. 

Information on monthly rates and comparative bills are published 
separately from this publication. Readers who require this information 
may obtain it by request to the Rates and Utilization Department of 
the Distribution and Marketing Branch, at the Ontario Hydro Head Of- 
fice, Toronto. 



154 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

North York 

Ottawa 

Scarborough 

Mississauga (R) 

Etobicoke 

Windsor 

London 

St. Catharines 

Kitchener Wilmot(R) 

Oshawa 

Oakville 

Brampton (R) 

Thunder Bay 

Burlington 

York 

Guelph 

East York 

Sarnia 

Cambridge N 

Dumfries (R) 

Sudbury 

Waterloo North (R).. 

Nepean Twp 

Brantford 

Peterborough 

Kingston 

North Bay 

Niagara Falls 

Gloucester Twp 

Vaughan Twp 

Barrie 

Belleville 

Chatham 

Wetland 

Stratford 

Woodstock 

Whitby 

Orillia 

St. Thomas 



kWh 
7,196,118,706 
5,378,699,451 
4,264,430,353 
3,289,151,177 
2,885,309,910 

2,819,830,596 
2,797,787,040 
1,854,570,928 
1,809,129,447 
1,278,545,647 

1,276,177,675 
1,128,168,938 
1,073,978,259 
1,019,006,336 
953,188,128 

805,625,691 
791,061,103 
700,386,872 
698,777,019 
660,738,480 



658,918,636 
621,925,060 
599,540,660 
598,850,579 
593,699,976 

565,032,517 
512,835,027 
426,552,954 
410,873,631 
396,661,908 

366,025,246 
344,905,846 
337,763,054 
321,180,902 
302,460,632 

260,376,575 
259,061,713 
250,123,858 
221,380,340 
216,015,069 



174,469,828 
111,277,135 
107,383,702 
79,481,109 

71,998,737 

66,946,252 
65,504,937 
43,868.543 
44,644,522 
30,014,878 

31,202,701 
26,336,373 
24,244,162 
27,560,950 
24,067,456 

20,840,275 
19,275,581 
17,058,977 
17,271,842 
14,508,101 



16,491,285 
16,073,462 
15,370,374 
15,295,984 
14,445,815 

13,966,918 
12,459,437 
10,776,408 
11,130,554 
10,233,326 

9,207,172 
8,969,198 
8,267,045 
8,422,841 
7,798,667 

6,849,348 
6,245,160 
6,518,131 
5,804,658 
5.412,647 



195,804 
115,865 
138,746 
106,983 
98,143 

70,199 
90,090 
66,588 
83,093 
41,576 

46,937 
33,902 
21,977 
35,521 
39,813 

31,837 
34,722 
21,719 
24,815 
17,543 



25,089 
30,380 
20,928 
21,166 
25,635 

21,706 
20,833 
18,084 
22,862 
18,045 

9,371 
12,447 
13.329 
13,481 
14,702 

9,534 
9,811 

10,236 
9.093 

10.277 



kWh 

1,273,283,811 
727,447,506 

1,318,851,924 
891,203,163 
921,321.260 

644,069,744 
752,886,210 
475,262,887 
619,871,626 
279,403,591 

373,487,665 
346,023,311 
214,042,549 
318,250,342 
340,932,181 

317,498,497 
249,747,897 
216,165,834 
187,289,853 
147,453,040 



209,842,881 
294,078,473 
183,672,085 
243.845,699 
191,037,209 

210,119,271 
156,577,099 
178,059.847 
144,018,891 
188,157,067 

90,279.220 
107,278.697 
112,083,125 
86,516,626 
83,567.655 

83.867.284 
77.100.107 
102.308.059 
78,826,055 
69.725.886 



32,133.682 
21,298.758 
35.261,098 
22,881,536 

24,753,278 

18,070,036 
19.731,234 
13,404,905 
18.098,072 
8,960,892 

9,897,159 
9,123,904 
6,285,560 
10,290,830 
9,841,024 

9,117,017 
6,602,480 
6,139,371 
4,996,695 
3,996,997 



5,822,253 
7,611,963 
5,167,547 
6,802,949 
5,446,693 

5,987,344 
4,272,335 
5,053,762 
4.634,007 
5.229,103 

2.555.151 
3.246.655 
3.023,209 
2,851,803 
2.567.552 

2.486.196 
2.196.193 
2.973.409 
2.183.000 
2.106.756 



163,904 
104,800 
123,894 
94,116 
87,456 

64,237 
82.895 
59,184 
75.758 
37,857 

41.613 
30.491 
19,019 
31,548 
36,050 

29,208 
30,666 
19,742 
22.195 
15.665 



21.867 
27.149 
17,411 
18,832 
23.345 

18,988 
17,260 
15,758 
20,349 
16,402 

7,454 
10,721 
11.121 
11.782 
13.018 

8,439 
8,708 
9,217 
7,960 
9,213 



kWh 
648 
579 
888 
793 
897 

836 
758 
673 
691 
619 

997 
961 
952 
841 



925 
679 
916 
703 

787 



1,066 

905 

1,172 

1,128 

690 

924 
759 
948 
594 
991 

1,014 

841 
846 
625 
540 

838 
747 
968 
831 
638 



(R) Restructured 



Statement C 



155 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General 


Service 




General Service 










(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5.000 kW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




<t 


kWh 


$ 


4,346,438,029 


107,675,086 


31,877 


11,425 


2.48 


1.509.473.265 


33,262,322 


23 


2.20 


66.923.601 


1.398.738 


1,297,042,887 


30,880,652 


11,051 


9,799 


2.38 


3.325.914.498 


58,416.294 


14 


1.76 


28.294.560 


681.431 


2,811,366,556 


69,257,760 


14,850 


15,924 


2.46 


90.598,593 


1.782,221 


2 


1.97 


43.613,280 


1,082.623 


2,052,096,374 


48,931,348 


12,858 


13,405 


2.38 


314.524,800 


6.910.278 


9 


2.20 


31.326.840 


757.947 


1,659,105.130 


41,370,550 


10,680 


13,315 


2.49 


272,076,000 


5.133,194 


7 


1.89 


32.807,520 


741.715 


1,527,323,890 


36,598,966 


5,954 


21,377 


2.40 


623,962.722 


11,677.973 


8 


1.87 


24.474.240 


599.277 


1,844,828,550 


41,691,156 


7,192 


21,677 


2.26 


169,910,400 


3.506.156 


3 


2.06 


30,161,880 


576,391 


854,974,961 


20,291,557 


7,398 


9,675 


2.37 


499,700,800 


9.613.235 


6 


1.92 


24.632.280 


558,846 


1,063,747,181 


23,879,136 


7,333 


12,256 


2.24 


103,212,240 


2,184.181 


2 


2.12 


22,298,400 


483,133 


358,690,403 


8,621,674 


3,713 


8.171 


2.40 


625.488,973 


12,099,806 


6 


1.93 


14.962.680 


332.506 


640,665,810 


15,856,477 


5,320 


13,381 


2.47 


245,628.000 


5.082.913 


4 


2.07 


16,396.200 


366,152 


361,345,858 


8,325,442 


3,407 


8,901 


2.30 


410.890,769 


8,664.629 


4 


2.11 


9.909.000 


222,398 


313,689,566 


7,773,773 


2,954 


9,023 


2.48 


539,240,904 


10,019.092 


4 


1.86 


7.005.240 


165,737 


659,279,882 


16,461,972 


3,972 


13,832 


2.50 


29,915,792 


523.318 


1 


1.75 


11,560.320 


284,830 


568,702,667 


13,210,438 


3.762 


12,675 


2.32 


29,856.000 


709,845 


1 


2.38 


13,697,280 


306,149 


479,173,994 


11,524,795 


2,629 


15,690 


2.41 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8,953,200 


198,463 


427,035,286 


10,422,001 


4,053 


8,746 


2.44 


106,504,800 


2,067,351 


3 


1.94 


7,773,120 


183,749 


368,277,792 


8,508,361 


1,975 


15,934 


2.31 


108.149,966 


2,236.760 


2 


2.07 


7,793,280 


174,485 


440,184,246 


10,800,853 


2,619 


14,136 


2.45 


64.590,360 


1,316.598 


1 


2.04 


6,712.560 


157,696 


203,841,890 


5,029,280 


1,874 


9.084 


2.47 


302,492.310 


5.335.638 


4 


1.76 


6.951.240 


146,186 


441,247,915 


10,489,863 


3,222 


15,216 


2.38 










7,827,840 


179,169 


319,902,827 


8,269,086 


3,231 


8,295 


2.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,943,760 


192,413 


352,672,255 


8,797,605 


3,516 


11,145 


2.49 


55.452.000 


1.221.513 


1 


2.20 


7,744.320 


183.709 


351,466,800 


8,409,056 


2,334 


13,075 


2.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,538,080 


83,979 


364,093,567 


8,247,273 


2,289 


12,690 


2.27 


30,451,200 


572,051 


1 


1.88 


8,118,000 


179,798 


280,275.451 


6,543,029 


2,717 


8,654 


2.33 


67.946,475 


1,289.693 


1 


1.90 


6,691,320 


146,852 


320,966,128 


7,411,837 


3,572 


7,560 


2.31 


29.821,600 


651,502 


1 


2.18 


5.470,200 


123,763 


245,494,667 


5,653,475 


2,326 


8,852 


2.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2.998.440 


69,171 


259,484,100 


6,319,865 


2,513 


8,605 


2.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7.370,640 


176,682 


170,477,801 


4,280,336 


1,642 


9,471 


2.51 


34,123.200 


629,866 


1 


1.85 


3,903,840 


94,021 


273,447,426 


6,598,003 


1,917 


11,974 


2.41 














2,298,600 


54,018 


235,499,549 


5,673,906 


1,726 


11,403 


2.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,127,600 


48,637 


220,803,009 


5,136,178 


2,208 


8,368 


2.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,876,920 


107,658 


229,709,236 


5,457,076 


1,699 


11,313 


2.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,955,040 


113,962 


163,636,697 


3,828,326 


1,682 


8,269 


2.34 


50,064,000 


1,288.847 


2 


2.57 


5,192,280 


113,942 


172,703,011 


4,273,174 


1,095 


13,351 


2.47 


_ 


_ 





_ 


3,806,280 


89,978 


178,192,046 


3,967,292 


1,103 


13,524 


2.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,769,560 


81,675 


125,031,559 


2,975,998 


1,018 


10,764 


2.38 


18.848,000 


478,363 


1 


2.54 


3,936,240 


90,361 


139,122,765 


3,541,143 


1,133 


10,287 


2.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3.431,520 


80,515 


143,554,983 


3,245.283 


1,064 


11.296 


2.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,734.200 


60.608 



156 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 
Cust. 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Aurora (R) 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenheim (R) 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 



kWh 
49,465,617 

6,087,930 
128,447,723 
36,644,054 

9,934,760 

37,018,802 
24,514,013 
3,895,710 
51,818,889 
20,990,655 

1,248,820 
2,524,120 
79,500,214 
16,673,209 
6,543,060 

46,313,730 
77,341,854 
15,956,507 
1,242,150 
47.362,848 

21,706,080 

344,905,846 

8,361,038 

6,404,908 

4,546,650 

21,381,013 

17,690,862 

8,220,693 

20,200,715 

337,763,054 

9,719,157 
7,687,427 
26,347,935 
5,306,138 
8,759,309 

14,136,418 
6,195,171 
105,293,850 
30,878,206 
37,245,186 



1,307,210 
157,818 

3,201,785 
950,621 
261,407 

952,823 
693,801 
111,355 
1,206,179 
649,385 

33,398 

66,505 

1,874,530 

440,397 

181,277 

1,209,937 

1,872,758 

379,878 

40,690 

1,178,085 

578,485 
8,969,198 
241,161 
181,941 
130,092 

573,095 
474,474 
249,401 
550,518 
8,267,045 

240,882 
196,025 
707,210 
142,036 
222,317 

447,478 
170,576 

2,665,233 
870,555 

1.015,206 



2,273 

291 

5,285 

1,392 

435 

1,721 
1,448 
370 
1,945 
1,264 

119 

209 

2,460 

742 
445 

2,006 
4,203 
4,639 
120 
2,023 

967 
12,447 
519 
432 
305 

1,643 
942 
601 

1,289 
13,329 

301 
649 
1,524 
328 
411 

970 

450 

4,392 

1,733 

2,100 



kWh 
21,439,840 

3,179,650 
39,564,440 
15,986,200 

6,120,870 

12.836,125 
14,318,895 
1,839,320 
19,229,069 
13,989,795 

1,012,550 
1,838,780 
22,864.340 
6.006.340 
4.204.250 

17,885,347 
33.997,620 
6,479,805 
910,100 
22,312,965 

8,889,950 
107,278,697 
3,991,616 
3,932,118 
3,354,880 

11,415,696 
9.277.500 
4,665,350 

13,518,340 
112,083,125 

3,498,873 
3.848,344 
10,317,480 
2,750,110 
3,994,163 

8,368,650 

3.755.136 

49,411,087 

15,319,900 

18,404,020 



$ 

611,810 

83.224 

1,107,406 

444,057 

161,644 

374.804 
426.819 
56,404 
485.252 
467,262 

26,735 
48,202 
620,867 
175.655 
117,570 

565,317 
857,035 
164,778 
29,750 
560,503 

262,008 

3,246,655 

123.708 

112,310 

93,529 

320,564 
262.361 
144,614 
381.530 
3,023,209 

90,744 
101,962 
288.159 

73,195 
103,216 

273,679 

98,831 

1.334.706 

454,764 

535,702 



2,051 

237 
4,770 
1.166 

365 

1.463 
1.268 
308 
1,625 
1,141 

99 
178 
2,133 
593 
376 

1,715 
3,754 
4,128 
99 
1.742 

766 
10,721 
418 
384 
267 

1.461 
795 
529 

1,179 
11,121 

264 
527 
1,288 
263 
326 

766 

362 

4,005 

1,405 

1,828 



kWh 

872 
1,123 

705 
1,154 
1.397 

736 
947 
503 
993 
1.031 



837 
885 
853 
932 

875 
911 
785 
766 
1.074 

980 
841 
800 
856 
1,063 

658 
982 
751 
980 
846 

1.130 
811 
679 
878 

1,027 

915 
910 
1,029 
937 
862 



(R) Restructured 



Statement C 



157 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




« 


kWh 


$ 


27,404,417 


681,087 


222 


10,287 


2.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


621,360 


14,313 


2,779,400 


71,703 


54 


4,211 


2.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


128.880 


2,891 


87,738,483 


2,068,624 


515 


14,170 


2.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1.144.800 


25,755 


20,309,734 


498,718 


226 


7,233 


2.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


348,120 


7,846 


3,69'., 490 


97,082 


70 


4,273 


2.63 


- 


- 


- 


— 


122,400 


2,681 


23,861,197 


570,633 


258 


8.050 


2.39 














321,480 


7.386 


9,810,278 


257,876 


180 


4,619 


2.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


384,840 


9.106 


1,931,110 


52,187 


62 


2,596 


2.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


125,280 


2,764 


31,933,540 


707,038 


320 


8.316 


2.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


656,280 


13.889 


6,532,140 


171,277 


123 


4,426 


2.62 


— 


— 


- 


— 


468,720 


10,846 


212,150 


6,130 


20 


930 


2.89 














24,120 


533 


599,660 


16,467 


31 


1,612 


2.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


85,680 


1.836 


55.988,954 


1,238,661 


327 


13,763 


2.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


646,920 


15,002 


10,404,069 


258,815 


149 


5,898 


2.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


262,800 


5,927 


2,176,450 


59,954 


69 


2,629 


2.75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


162,360 


3.753 


27,740,063 


629,574 


291 


8,027 


2.27 











_ 


688,320 


15,046 


42,481,674 


996,843 


449 


9.546 


2.35 


— 


— 


— 


— 


862,560 


18,880 


9,301,022 


211,257 


511 


9.101 


2.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


175,680 


3,843 


279,850 


9,678 


21 


1,111 


3.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


52,200 


1,262 


24,613,203 


607,638 


281 


7,299 


2.47 


— 


- 


- 


- 


436,680 


9.944 


12,494,650 


309,373 


201 


5,259 


2.48 





_ 


_ 


_ 


321,480 


7.104 


235,499,549 


5,673,906 


1.726 


11,403 


2.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,127,600 


48.637 


4,176,102 


113,213 


101 


3,412 


2.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


193,320 


4.240 


2,365,510 


67,178 


48 


4,194 


2.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


107,280 


2.453 


1,107,170 


34,659 


38 


2,428 


3.13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


84,600 


1.904 


9,527,557 


242,788 


182 


4,362 


2.55 











_ 


437.760 


9.743 


8,161,362 


206,438 


147 


4.627 


2.53 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


252,000 


5.675 


3,340,063 


99,783 


72 


3.866 


2.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


215.280 


5,004 


6,297,535 


160,545 


110 


4,771 


2.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


384.840 


8.443 


220,803,009 


5,136,178 


2,208 


8,368 


2.33 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,876.920 


107,658 


6,125,604 


148,007 


37 


13.796 


2.42 





_ 


_ 


_ 


94,680 


2.131 


3,725.323 


91,517 


122 


3.393 


2.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


113,760 


2.546 


15,600,615 


409,405 


236 


5,604 


2.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


429,840 


9.646 


2,453,428 


66,537 


65 


3.098 


2.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


102.600 


2.304 


4.584,786 


115,091 


85 


4.495 


2.51 


- 


- 


- 


- 


180,360 


4.010 


5,438,728 


165,723 


204 


2,289 


3.05 





_ 


_ 


_ 


329,040 


8.076 


2,243,115 


67,382 


88 


2,174 


3.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


196.920 


4,363 


54,316,403 


1,296,239 


387 


11,576 


2.39 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


1.566,360 


34,288 


14,966,106 


401,999 


328 


3,885 


2.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


592.200 


13.792 


18,200,366 


464,830 


272 


5.856 


2.55 




— 


— 


— 


640,800 


14,674 



158 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 



Residential Service 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Braeside 

Brampton (R)... 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 
Brechin 

Bngden 

Brighton 

Brock ville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge N 

Dumfries (R) 
Campbellford... 
Campbellville... 
Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobdcn 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood.... 



kWh 

13,656,350 

1,019,006,336 

593,699,976 

110,143,450 

2,078,010 

849,000 

22,417,542 

203,636,383 

7,621,150 

6,337,277 

550,535 

8,246,240 

805,625,691 

3,487,637 

42,672,769 

16,042,790 

658,918,636 

30,730,776 

2,831,886 

10,408,909 

22,567,368 
7,453,770 
39,491,176 
12,876,718 
6,970,530 

5,843,207 

22,770,399 

321,180,902 

3,043,720 

13,877,348 

17,964,804 
18,376,417 

4,375,708 
21,920,589 

6,979.747 

144,977,822 

46,044,803 

14,951,576 

6,903,110 

150,751,205 



$ 

330,823 

27,560,950 

14,445,815 

2,871,202 

53,641 

20,074 

642,092 

5,033,412 

194,759 

178,655 

14,901 

234,845 

20,840,275 

94,860 

1,129,838 

484,345 

16,491,285 

646,727 

76,576 

291,171 

631,725 
198,549 
1,103,937 
369,329 
208,054 

157,115 

684,260 

8,422,841 

78,637 

399,109 

455,920 
559,957 
120,185 
599,398 
181,930 

3,349,439 

1,293,050 

406,226 

193,276 

3,581,949 



188 

35,521 

25,635 

3,343 

121 

228 

1,353 

7,810 

450 

466 

127 

449 

31,837 

262 

2,211 

1,397 

25,089 

1,599 

140 

683 

1,387 
712 

2,302 
588 
505 

366 

1,192 

13,481 

183 

885 

593 
1.738 

310 
1,436 

473 

4,515 

1,795 

757 

406 

4,935 



kWh 

1,739,523 

318,250,342 

191,037,209 

41,164,167 

939,800 

520,010 

13,101,509 

68,329,253 

4,097,200 

3,977,195 

410,775 

4,292,550 

317,498,497 

2,975.733 

17,131,150 

9,120,050 

209,842.881 
14,422,510 
2,259.975 
7,187,000 

15,393.938 
5.012,430 

21,160,645 
6,721,252 
3,760,000 

4,385,213 

11,991,187 

86.516.626 

1.787,150 

9,135,678 

7,083,610 
12.281,591 

2.789.864 
11,586.257 

4.639.634 

32,230.767 

16.304.859 

8,809.050 

4,445,800 

43.123.800 



$ 

49,371 

10,290,830 

5,446.693 

1.145,389 

23,891 

11,226 

393,578 

1.975,753 

104,902 

1 10,658 

10,698 

125,442 

9,117,017 

79,773 
510,751 

295,728 

5,822,253 

310,602 

59,623 

201,153 

451.842 
139,222 
643,260 
200,681 
112,952 

119,389 

388.651 

2.851.803 

46,417 

263.291 

187.596 
400.219 
74,463 
326,835 
115,497 

902,139 
544,919 
247,633 
120.286 
1.202.844 



164 

31,548 

23,345 

2,874 



176 
1,168 
6,883 

356 

375 

100 

366 

29,208 

244 

1,873 

1.233 

21.867 

1,322 

115 

589 

1,279 

643 

2,068 

475 
405 

333 

1,008 

11,782 

144 

745 

496 
1.614 

239 
1.216 

397 

3,892 

1,499 

658 

336 

4.166 



kWh 
884 
841 
690 
1,203 
880 

985 
934 
832 
962 
881 

1.369 
1,010 

925 
1,016 

782 

625 

1,066 

909 

1,652 

1,027 

1.017 
656 

852 

1,250 

772 

1.084 

994 

625 

1.027 

1.026 

1.210 
640 
977 
798 
979 

694 

925 

1,119 

1.083 

868 



(R) Restructured 



Statement C 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 



159 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




C 


kWh 


$ 


11,876,867 


280,533 


24 


41,239 


2.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


39,960 


919 


659,279,882 


16,461,972 


3,972 


13,832 


2.50 


29,915,792 


523.318 


1 


1.75 


11.560,320 


284,830 


364,093,567 


8,247,273 


2,289 


12,690 


2.27 


30.451,200 


572,051 


1 


1.88 


8,118,000 


179.798 


46,213,243 


1,144,194 


468 


8,501 


2.48 


22,363,200 


572,663 


1 


2.56 


402,840 


8,956 


1,105,450 


29,039 


33 


2,792 


2.63 


- 


- 


- 


— 


32,760 


711 


310,630 


8,491 


52 


1,991 


2.73 














18.360 


357 


8,948,833 


240,227 


185 


3,925 


2.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


367,200 


8,287 


110,759,314 


2,483,568 


926 


10,098 


2.24 


22,472,776 


529,026 


1 


2.35 


2,075,040 


45,065 


3,391,830 


87,066 


94 


3,007 


2.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


132,120 


2,791 


2,235,162 


65,038 


91 


2,093 


2.91 


- 


- 


- 


— 


124,920 


2,959 


129,320 


3,958 


27 


1,597 


3.06 





_ 


_ 


_ 


10,440 


245 


3,835,250 


106,669 


83 


3,851 


2.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


118,440 


2,734 


479,173,994 


11,524,795 


2,629 


15,690 


2.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,953,200 


198,463 


426,584 


13,070 


18 


1,975 


3.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


85,320 


2,017 


25,001,979 


607,414 


338 


6,333 


2.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


539,640 


11.673 


6,477,780 


178,552 


164 


3,272 


2.76 


- 


- 


- 


- 


444,960 


10,065 


441,247,915 


10,489,863 


3,222 


15,216 


2.38 


_ 











7,827,840 


179,169 


15,766,826 


326,173 


277 


4.778 


2.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


541,440 


9.952 


518,271 


15,665 


25 


1,728 


3.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


53,640 


1,288 


3,047,309 


86,044 


94 


2,702 


2.82 


- 


- 


- 


- 


174,600 


3,974 


6,750,070 


170,192 


108 


5,161 


2.52 


_ 











423,360 


9,691 


2,231,100 


55,031 


69 


2,619 


2.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


210,240 


4,296 


17,721,051 


446,725 


234 


6,365 


2.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


609,480 


13,952 


6,018,306 


165,439 


113 


4,776 


2.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


137,160 


3,209 


2,932,250 


88,659 


100 


2,468 


3.02 


- 


— 


— 


— 


278,280 


6,443 


1,341,354 


35,141 


33 


3,194 


2.62 


_ 











116,640 


2,585 


10,528,292 


289,688 


184 


4,768 


2.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


250,920 


5,921 


229,709,236 


5,457,076 


1,699 


11,313 


2.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,955,040 


113,962 


1,142,450 


29,776 


39 


2,380 


2.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


114,120 


2,444 


4,433,150 


128,725 


140 


2,658 


2.90 


- 


— 


— 


- 


308,520 


7,093 


10,712,354 


264,452 


97 


9,497 


2.47 














168,840 


3,872 


5,607,026 


148,698 


124 


3,768 


2.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


487,800 


11,040 


1,400,084 


41,575 


71 


1,643 


2.97 


— 


— 


— 


— 


185,760 


4,147 


9,864,892 


261,975 


220 


3,737 


2.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


469,440 


10,588 


2,171,633 


62,734 


76 


2,320 


2.89 


- 


— 


— 


— 


168,480 


3,699 


111,828,695 


2,427,401 


623 


14,958 


2.17 


_ 








_ 


918,360 


19,899 


29,321,984 


737,567 


296 


8,665 


2.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


417,960 


10,564 


5,816,006 


150,936 


99 


4,896 


2.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


326,520 


7,657 


2,332,390 


70,096 


70 


2,817 


3.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


124,920 


2,894 


106,595,645 


2,356,726 


769 


12,476 


2.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,031,760 


22,379 



160 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 
Cust. 



Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra Tavistock 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 



kWh 
3,851.489 

12,565,020 
5,778,370 
3,276,405 
7,581,910 

3,171,080 
47,697,822 

2,716,319 
25,639,989 
17,340,750 

5,852,485 
5,810,998 

22,866,504 
768,334 

44,641,877 

2,330,170 
11,393,440 
106,430,172 
35,276,820 
16,636,684 

4,650,395 
698,777,019 
15,168,500 
7,855,150 
9,379,970 

1,642,120 
15,862,218 

1,768,405 
14,416,360 

3,987,368 

818,441 

17,006,910 

42,624,218 

34,014,018 

2,797,787,040 

30,390,101 

16,293,150 

84,662,102 

2,810,598 

5,322,658 



$ 

120,126 
337,528 
159,784 

95,653 
211,150 

86,686 

1,240,542 

71,449 

778,159 

446,602 

157,644 

168,557 

630,206 

21,139 

1,368,059 

63,621 

312,051 

3,081,447 

1,049,125 

469,315 

142,698 
17,271,842 
406,192 
199,508 
242,758 

47,798 
444,900 

43.582 
400,144 
108,657 

26,596 

437,976 

1,124,595 

959,167 

65,504.937 

858.020 

453,552 

2,016,853 

79,283 

144,303 



308 
915 
405 
292 
481 

201 
1,680 

171 
1,839 

667 

409 

333 

1,090 

201 

2,543 

130 

605 

5,920 

2,171 

1,038 

423 

24,815 

685 

561 

525 

161 
904 
322 
544 
374 

139 

834 

2,040 

2.172 

90,090 

1,672 
960 

2.147 
196 
309 



kWh 
1.972.829 
9.437,030 
4,431,800 
2,230,299 
5,480,170 

1,860,550 
23,533,465 

2,171.783 
10,688.230 

6,615,170 

2,836,955 

2,660.280 

7,205.150 

575,541 

20,050,271 

990,350 

5,805,900 

52,925,579 

11,508.066 

8,179,510 

2,570,125 
187.289,853 
7,791,450 
4,329,389 
4,518,050 

1,228,450 
8,519,428 
1,380,575 
8,817,420 
2,789,135 

732,850 

8.509,800 

26.726.300 

18.641.931 

752.886.210 

16.976.473 
9.199,800 

20,350,377 
1,432,001 
2,646,400 



$ 

63,645 
258,213 
120.678 

63,873 
153,184 

50,090 
666,862 

56,003 
342,396 
193.336 

78.756 
78.416 

222,037 
15,577 

727,230 

26,362 

161,360 

1,729,574 

427,317 

241.908 

79.745 

4.996.695 

213,408 

109.529 

114,565 

35,008 
248,561 

32.636 
243.992 

75,626 

24,113 

230,978 

719,841 

554,867 

19.731.234 

487.572 

261.218 

590.463 

39.791 

70.790 



260 
845 
340 
243 
419 

162 
1.537 

152 
1,527 

581 

336 
271 
900 
166 

2,211 

94 

487 
5,247 
1,856 

878 

348 
22,195 
571 
462 
416 

137 
764 
261 
443 
320 

134 

710 

1,817 

1.905 

82.895 

1.395 
795 

1.895 
151 
238 



kWh 
647 
961 

1.102 
778 

1,098 

951 

1,275 

1.199 

584 

964 

706 

812 

672 

1.156 

772 

878 
972 
844 
513 
780 

617 
703 
1.155 
784 
914 

747 

923 

1.763 

1.662 

724 

449 

1,017 

1.241 

817 

758 

1,024 
967 
904 
796 
938 



Statement C 



161 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 



General Service 

(under 5,000 kW) 


General Service 

(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 
Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 






Sales 


Revenue 


Custo- 
mers 


per 
Cust. 


per 
kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


Custo- 
mers 


per 
kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


1,777,140 


54,022 


48 


2,848 


3.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


101,520 


2,459 


2,778,070 


71,740 


70 


3,455 


2.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


349,920 


7,575 


1,246,850 


36,883 


65 


1,649 


2.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,720 


2,223 


984,546 


30,429 


49 


1,674 


3.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


61,560 


1,351 


1,971,420 


55,023 


62 


2,608 


2.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


130,320 


2,943 


1,250,050 


35,183 


39 


2,741 


2.81 














60,480 


1.413 


23,289,197 


553,161 


143 


13,478 


2.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


875.160 


20,519 


486,216 


14,128 


19 


2,133 


2.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


58,320 


1,318 


14,389,079 


421,195 


312 


3,831 


2.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


562,680 


14.568 


10,513,900 


248,565 


86 


9,844 


2.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


211,680 


4,701 


2,857,490 


75,216 


73 


3,175 


2.63 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


158,040 


3,672 


3,035,518 


87,489 


62 


4,015 


2.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


115.200 


2,652 


15,304,954 


399,915 


190 


6,608 


2.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


356,400 


8,254 


182,713 


5,333 


35 


1,740 


2.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


10.080 


229 


23,396,766 


613,524 


332 


5,587 


2.62 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1.194.840 


27.305 


1,289,060 


36,114 


36 


2,984 


2.80 





_ 


_ 


_ 


50,760 


1,145 


5,417,260 


146,730 


118 


3,960 


2.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


170,280 


3.961 


51,208,513 


1,299,615 


673 


6,350 


2.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,296.080 


52.258 


23,195,634 


608,437 


315 


5,948 


2.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


573.120 


13,371 


8,182,494 


221,156 


160 


4,289 


2.70 


— 


- 


- 


- 


274,680 


6,251 


1,962,190 


60,252 


75 


2.180 


3.07 





_ 


_ 


_ 


118.080 


2.701 


440,184,246 


10,800,853 


2,619 


14,136 


2.45 


64.590,360 


1,316,598 


1 


2.04 


6,712.560 


157.696 


7,175,450 


188,312 


114 


5,245 


2.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


201.600 


4,472 


3,336,041 


85,956 


99 


2,726 


2.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


189,720 


4,023 


4,684,800 


124,370 


109 


3,517 


2.65 


- 


- 


- 


- 


177,120 


3.823 


365,790 


11,635 


24 


1,270 


3.18 











_ 


47.880 


1.155 


7,151,630 


191,987 


140 


4,382 


2.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


191,160 


4,352 


372,350 


10,612 


61 


2,035 


2.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


15,480 


334 


5,433,340 


152,293 


101 


4,528 


2.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


165,600 


3.859 


1,123,353 


31,384 


54 


1.734 


2.79 


— 


- 


— 


- 


74,880 


1,647 


60,391 


1,938 


5 


839 


3.21 








_ 


_ 


25,200 


545 


8,251,950 


201.483 


124 


5,458 


2.44 


— 


_ 


_ 


— 


245,160 


5.515 


15,452,598 


394,379 


223 


5,673 


2.55 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


445,320 


10,375 


14,815,527 


391,255 


267 


4,842 


2.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


556,560 


13,045 


1,844,828,550 


41,691,156 


7,192 


21,677 


2.26 


169,910.400 


3.506,156 


3 


2.06 


30,161,880 


576,391 


12,792,628 


355,679 


277 


3,905 


2.78 





_ 


_ 


_ 


621,000 


14,769 


6,815,430 


185,871 


165 


3,442 


2.73 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


277,920 


6.463 


63,708,725 


1,412,730 


252 


21,068 


2.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


603.000 


13,660 


1,259,077 


36,626 


45 


2,332 


2.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,520 


2,866 


2,577,618 


71,280 


71 


3,025 


2.77 




— 


— 


— 


98,640 


2,233 



162 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener, Wilmot(R). 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 



kWh 

11,785,947 
21,978,193 
11,602,197 
120,586,699 
11,718,200 

396,661,908 

82,339,830 

8,670,380 

6,968,830 

1,910,010 

31,592,033 

37,773,262 

700,386,872 

14,888,206 

5,378,699,451 

60,209,616 
15,471,026 
15,756,373 
7,655,290 
7,754,220 

136,700,396 

59,092,238 

11,373,538 

951,780 

33,726,112 

64,302,598 
19,835,205 
6,328,190 
45,297,324 
23,873,764 

78,830,744 

3,740,858 

54,763,495 

12,982,481 

512,835,027 

37,286,215 

1,468,560 

1,276,177,675 

20,137,633 

11,204,471 



$ 

339,565 
587,282 
303,588 
3,172,263 
321,867 

10,233,326 

2,042,606 

251,842 

185,829 

57,511 

832,301 

985,063 

17,058,977 

381,053 

111,277,135 

1,535,187 
402,667 
465,792 
211,926 
195,296 

3,172.223 
1,429,444 

322,135 
31,470 

887,266 

1,583,701 
434,970 
170,156 

1,271,669 
648,593 

2,147,138 

104,224 

1,465,485 

318,627 

12,459.437 

977,001 

39,805 

31,202,701 

519,037 

298,838 



997 
1,163 

790 
5,794 

773 

18,045 

3,133 

894 

501 

133 

1,928 
2,526 

21,719 
1,016 

115,865 

2,365 
840 
896 
508 
561 

3,555 

1,359 

426 

106 

1,582 

3,151 

530 

480 

2,569 

1,031 

4,896 

318 

2,468 

596 

20.833 

2,025 

130 

46,937 

1,027 

867 



kWh 

7,858,578 
12,277,474 

7,885,124 
53,715,928 

4,916.100 

188,157.067 

28,540,895 

4,544,950 

4,775,650 

1,234,100 

16,012,694 
17,195,430 

216,165,834 
7,189,550 

727,447.506 

19,885,200 
7,457,506 
8,876,150 
4.489,300 
4,559,890 

38.432.940 

16.943.092 

3,869,940 

722,250 

13,042,800 

24,071,399 
4,925,100 
3,080,010 
22,318,262 
11.131,036 

36,057,497 
2,252.146 

35.248,500 

8,199,561 

156,577,099 

19.228.786 

997.280 

373.487.665 

10,743.645 

8,075.695 



S 

232.049 
328,560 
207,764 
1,462,437 
136,831 

5,229,103 

787,377 

139,260 

126,748 

34,783 

441,247 

482,748 

6,139,371 

187.401 

21.298.758 

550,291 
207,503 
266,157 
124,818 
115,220 

969,669 

473,396 

91,643 

23,478 

377.495 

675,409 
124,530 
89,204 
678,120 
322.166 

1.048,417 
62,957 
956.633 
202.604 

4.272,335 

548.245 

26.685 

9.897.159 

280,873 

219.026 



861 
967 
685 
5,230 
622 

16,402 

2,702 

744 

429 

114 

1,603 

2,180 

19,742 

840 

104,800 

2,033 
700 
724 
415 
468 

3,159 

1,121 

339 

81 

1,287 

2,767 
445 
393 

2,184 
874 

4,166 

266 

2.129 

525 

17.260 

1.749 

100 

41,613 

877 
777 



kWh 
760 
1,065 
968 
861 
596 

991 
895 
510 
950 
902 



658 
916 

714 
579 

826 

894 

1,049 

895 

826 

1,010 

1,267 

968 

725 
842 

725 
968 
653 
855 
1.049 

724 

708 

1.429 

1.302 

759 

923 

848 

997 

1.055 

875 



(R) Restructured 



Statement C 



163 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


3,739,449 


103,214 


136 


2,597 


2.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


187,920 


4,302 


9,316,959 


249,863 


196 


4,002 


2.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


383.760 


8,859 


3,513,673 


91,379 


105 


2,815 


2.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


203.400 


4,445 


65,551,731 


1,678,118 


564 


9,825 


2.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,319,040 


31.708 


6,538,580 


179,183 


151 


3,538 


2.74 


- 


- 


- 


- 


263,520 


5,853 


170,477,801 


4,280,336 


1,642 


9,471 


2.51 


34,123,200 


629,866 


1 


1.85 


3,903,840 


94,021 


52,697,695 


1,230,020 


431 


10,165 


2.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1.101,240 


25,209 


3,771,550 


104,757 


150 


2,153 


2.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


353,880 


7,825 


2,064,300 


56,238 


72 


2,263 


2.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


128,880 


2,843 


640,270 


21,871 


19 


2,808 


3.42 


- 


- 


- 


— 


35.640 


857 


14,976,339 


377,954 


325 


3.876 


2.52 














603.000 


13,100 


19,795,192 


485,184 


346 


4,795 


2.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


782,640 


17,131 


368,277,792 


8,508,361 


1,975 


15,934 


2.31 


108,149,966 


2.236,760 


2 


2.07 


7,793,280 


174,485 


7,400,936 


187,131 


176 


3,504 


2.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


297,720 


6,521 


1,297,042,887 


30,880,652 


11,051 


9,799 


2.38 


3.325,914.498 


58.416,294 


14 


1.76 


28.294,560 


681.431 


39,794,856 


972,726 


332 


9,959 


2.44 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


529,560 


12,170 


7,689,880 


188,010 


140 


4,481 


2.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


323.640 


7.154 


6,650,903 


194,377 


172 


3,149 


2.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


229,320 


5.258 


2,976,630 


82,812 


93 


2.667 


2.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


189,360 


4,296 


3,018,290 


76,162 


93 


2,891 


2.52 


- 


- 


- 


- 


176,040 


3,914 


97,088,456 


2,177,108 


396 


20,852 


2.24 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,179.000 


25,446 


41,700,730 


946,083 


238 


14,851 


2.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


448,416 


9,965 


7,376,158 


227,803 


87 


7,065 


3.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


127,440 


2,689 


212,250 


7,546 


25 


708 


3.56 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


17,280 


446 


20,363,632 


502,582 


295 


5,772 


2.47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


319,680 


7,189 


38,841,959 


878,889 


384 


8,540 


2.26 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,389,240 


29,403 


14,779,065 


307,675 


85 


14,489 


2.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


131,040 


2,765 


3,078,620 


77,461 


87 


2,983 


2.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


169,560 


3,491 


22,255,462 


577,115 


385 


4,933 


2.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


723,600 


16,434 


12,324,768 


316,631 


157 


6,460 


2.57 


— 


- 


- 


- 


417,960 


9,796 


41,119,407 


1,059,343 


730 


4,675 


2.58 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,653,840 


39,378 


1,378,192 


38,906 


52 


2,209 


2.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


110,520 


2,361 


18,764,755 


491,683 


339 


4,811 


2.62 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


750,240 


17,169 


4,652,240 


113,146 


71 


5,460 


2.43 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


130,680 


2,877 


320,966,128 


7,411,837 


3,572 


7,560 


2.31 


29,821.600 


651,502 


1 


2.18 


5,470,200 


123,763 


17,532,189 


417,636 


276 


5,313 


2.38 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


525,240 


11,120 


425,920 


12,126 


30 


1.268 


2.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


45,360 


994 


640,665,810 


15,856,477 


5,320 


13,381 


2.47 


245,628,000 


5,082,913 


4 


2.07 


16,396,200 


366,152 


8,949,748 


228,196 


150 


4,972 


2.55 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


444,240 


9,968 


2,875,696 


74,251 


90 


2,663 


2.58 


" 








253,080 


5,561 



164 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 
Cust. 



Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga (R)-- 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Moore Twp 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges... 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 



kWh 
4,715,627 
4,360,049 
6,634,464 
2,995,810 

89,184,683 

139,588,162 

56,833,308 

1,809,129,447 

10,225,345 

11,414,600 

8,934,370 
2,974,256 

11,252,734 
1,289,720 

11,932,370 

99,687,171 
9,524,177 
1,317,148 
9,237,743 
6,366,301 

4,725,460 

37,243,432 

3,600,018 

7,191,290 

114,522,747 

6,233,280 

5,745,703 

121,767,669 

10,452,230 

2,819,830,596 

24,129,160 
2,618,580 
1,014,080 

19,290,511 
6,088,896 

26,922,760 

41,222,090 

598,850,579 

2,619,220 

1,733,445 



$ 

136,858 
117,086 
197,037 
76,333 
2,227,636 

3,454,114 

1,371,128 

44,644,522 

279,970 

303,581 

241,175 
82,743 

296,316 
37,533 

324,141 

2,625,737 
271,549 
40,026 
241,398 
164,814 

129,015 
997,930 
101,701 
201,345 
2,978,028 

166,968 

170,591 

3,008,697 

284,622 

66,946,252 

683,210 

70,555 

30,599 

512,268 

168,990 

708,830 

1,078,597 

15,295,984 

78,069 

54,084 



359 
260 
480 
187 
4,197 

5,112 

1,953 

83,093 

599 

642 

564 
202 
688 
132 
619 

4,820 
638 

122 
478 
356 

410 

1,866 

304 

429 

4,506 

427 

415 

4,860 

562 

70,199 

1,192 
155 
346 

1,024 
513 

1,569 

2,017 

21,166 

244 
174 



kWh 
2,773,802 
2,457,114 
4,697,050 
1,763,860 
27,882,935 

40,081,468 

18,364,284 

619,871,626 

6,425,354 

7,722,400 

5,139,760 
2,006.479 
5,918,440 
793,400 
6,492,220 

58,321,184 

5.475,585 

991,150 

5,982,300 

3,032,770 

3,716,620 
15,217,987 
2.393,100 
3.589,050 
36,431,504 

4,250,950 

3,576,304 

45,401,573 

5,231,610 

644.069,744 

11,513,015 

1,400,430 

749,100 

11,134,824 
4.040,290 

14,860.150 

13.531.587 

243.845,699 

1,952,100 

1.339,108 



$ 

81,510 
64,323 
141,160 
47,092 
827,282 

1.166,390 

479,718 

18,098.072 

180,551 

205,756 

138,588 
56,092 

153,797 
23,134 
180,068 

1.596,993 
160,442 

29,836 
156,593 

79,679 

101.469 

461.686 

64,383 

105,589 

1.127,227 

110,423 

109,815 

1,249.363 

140,974 

18.070.036 

319,445 

39,832 

22,671 

298,739 

112,112 

392.274 

395,013 

6.802,949 

57.035 

42.089 



298 

197 

420 

162 

3.540 

4,394 
1,689 

75,758 
517 
560 

459 
174 
510 
99 
501 

4,332 
521 
102 
411 
285 

370 

1,597 

242 

354 

3,989 

325 

339 

4,221 

452 

64,237 

1,024 
133 
325 
885 
442 

1,288 

1.639 

18,832 

208 

152 



kWh 
776 
1,072 
925 
913 
661 

766 

913 

691 

1.127 

1,151 

941 
961 
971 
655 



1,146 

877 

794 

1,225 



853 
794 
821 
875 
769 

1,093 

895 
904 
965 
836 

938 

871 

768 

1,063 

762 

968 
649 
1.128 
790 
734 



Statement C 



165 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


1,832.025 


53,067 


61 


2.503 


2.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


109.800 


2,281 


1,764,335 


49,603 


63 


2.371 


2.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


138,600 


3,160 


1,782,974 


52,179 


60 


2,436 


2.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


154,440 


3,698 


1,153,830 


27,578 


25 


4,006 


2.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


78,120 


1,663 


60,149,748 


1,375,072 


655 


7,676 


2.29 


- 


- 


2 


— 


1,152,000 


25,282 


98,194,854 


2,258,091 


718 


11.413 


2.30 














1,311.840 


29,633 


37,864,944 


877,656 


264 


12,136 


2.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


604,080 


13,754 


1,063,747,181 


23,879,136 


7,333 


12,256 


2.24 


103,212,240 


2,184.181 


2 


2.12 


22,298,400 


483,133 


3,604,151 


94,981 


82 


3,708 


2.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


195,840 


4,438 


3,485,200 


92,980 


82 


3,586 


2.67 


- 


- 


- 


— 


207,000 


4,845 


3,608,490 


98,394 


105 


2,734 


2.73 














186,120 


4,193 


877,057 


24,605 


28 


2,520 


2.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,720 


2,046 


5,077,614 


136,776 


178 


2,391 


2.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


256,680 


5,743 


437,280 


13,085 


33 


1.104 


2.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


59.040 


1,314 


5,237,830 


139,512 


118 


3.731 


2.66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


202.320 


4,561 


40,192,027 


1,002,274 


488 


7.007 


2.49 














1.173.960 


26,470 


3,779,312 


104,862 


117 


2.739 


2.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


269.280 


6.245 


278,118 


9,022 


20 


1.159 


3.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47.880 


1.168 


3,061,403 


80,376 


67 


3.925 


2.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


194,040 


4.429 


3,171,171 


81,573 


71 


3.620 


2.57 


- 


- 


- 


- 


162.360 


3.562 


832,440 


23,736 


40 


1,734 


2.85 





_ 


_ 


_ 


176.400 


3,810 


21,304,725 


519.650 


269 


6,751 


2.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


720.720 


16.594 


1,129.878 


35,553 


62 


1.519 


3.15 


— 


— 


— 


— 


77.040 


1.765 


3,411,800 


91,248 


75 


3.842 


2.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


190,440 


4.508 


77,169,283 


1,829.829 


517 


12.585 


2.37 


— 


- 


- 


- 


921.960 


20.972 


1,819,250 


52,846 


102 


1.472 


2.90 








_ 


_ 


163.080 


3.699 


2,070,399 


58,458 


76 


2,300 


2.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,000 


2,318 


74,786,776 


1,723,992 


639 


10.422 


2.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1.579.320 


35.342 


4,968,260 


137,929 


110 


3.764 


2.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


252.360 


5,719 


1,527,323,890 


36,598,966 


5,954 


21.377 


2.40 


623.962.722 


11.677.973 


8 


1.87 


24.474.240 


599.277 


12,258,305 


355,500 


168 


6.229 


2.90 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


357,840 


8.265 


1,143,270 


29,029 


22 


4,331 


2.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74.880 


1,694 


235,100 


7,276 


21 


3.732 


3.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


29.880 


652 


7,796,407 


205,463 


139 


4,674 


2.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


359.280 


8.066 


1.926,206 


54,124 


71 


2,293 


2.81 


- 


- 


- 


- 


122.400 


2.754 


11,714,850 


308,843 


281 


3,462 


2.64 











_ 


347,760 


7.713 


27,141,503 


671,191 


378 


5,905 


2.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


549.000 


12.393 


351,466,800 


8,409,056 


2,334 


13,075 


2.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3.538.080 


83,979 


597,280 


19,453 


36 


1,276 


3.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


69.840 


1,581 


336,377 


10,687 


" 


1.274 


3.18 








— 


57,960 


1,308 



166 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Newmarket (R)... 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwich (R) 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward.... 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne.. 



kWh 
3,168,260 
2,465,080 
15,374,603 
98,243,113 
31,723,928 

20,034,950 

410,873,631 

16,767,969 

426,552,954 

4,264,430,353 

2,689,657 
10,026,434 
8,113,180 
1,073,978,259 
2,777,250 

5,617,088 

83,293,035 

221,380,340 

6,599,665 

1,128,168,938 

3,289,151,177 

971,345 

180,175,991 

8,582,387 

12,790,695 

43,950,184 
11,450,715 
43,713,891 
119,020,972 
43,240.237 

58,885,062 
565,032,517 
24.458,434 
20,127,145 
34,170,880 

7.508.333 
1,758,190 

41,917,217 
3,135,210 

108,230,325 



$ 

93,901 

68,033 

411,657 
2,497,526 

814,796 

561,595 

11,130,554 

486,576 

10,776,408 

107,383,702 

78,599 

306,755 

211,506 

24,244,162 

88,085 

156,007 
2,142,441 
5,804,658 

202.268 
26,336.373 

79,481,109 

27,114 

4,394,828 

236,518 

360,750 

1,210.550 
315,898 
1,162,506 
3,331,351 
1,133,430 

1,468,576 

13,966,918 

743.491 

503.544 

935,761 

199,258 
42,729 

1,019,912 
107,828 

2.805.070 



251 

186 

710 

4,657 

7.840 

1,320 

22,862 

942 

18,084 

138,746 

836 

1,292 

543 

21,977 

324 

370 
4,346 
9,093 

442 
33,902 

106,983 

325 

7,336 

502 

847 

2,827 
577 
2,486 
5.542 
1,814 

2,609 

21,706 

1.703 

992 

1,999 

346 
226 
964 
396 
6,171 



kWh 
2,081,130 
1.170.100 
8,204,510 
51,149,497 
17.079,815 

8,588.640 
144.018.891 

7,752,660 

178,059,847 

1,318,851,924 

1,904,535 
6,714,995 
5,020.470 
214,042,549 
1,873,000 

3,063,042 
31,589,700 
78.826,055 

4.394,860 
346,023.311 

891,203,163 

643,525 

63,673,525 

6,320,960 

7.501.400 

17.861,202 
6,395.586 
24.717.271 
49,110,132 
21.569.010 

21.043.710 
210.119.271 
12.074.057 
10.680.218 
16.114.530 

4.477,170 
588.580 
5.753,750 
2.038.850 
35,349.574 



$ 

64,221 

32.295 

228,751 
1,341,828 

460,979 

268,994 

4.634,007 

251.305 

5,053,762 

35.261,098 

55,644 

206,841 

132,866 

6.285.560 

59.396 

89,740 
939,291 

2,183.000 
132.485 

9,123.904 

22,881,536 

17,435 

1,745.825 

172,398 

215.078 

549.945 
175,390 
666.766 
1.546,358 
611.482 

615.451 

5.987.344 
393.724 
281.303 
477.089 

121.884 
14.629 
186.141 

71.248 
1.141.033 



219 

151 

611 

4,122 

7.079 

1.101 

20,349 

771 

15,758 

123,894 

715 

1,093 

476 

19,019 

254 

315 

3,787 

7,960 

377 

30,491 

94,116 

265 

6.297 

418 

723 

2.485 
470 
2.054 
4.701 
1.576 

2.201 

18.988 

1.459 

867 

1.614 

284 
180 
799 
318 
5.476 



kWh 

803 

646 

1,114 

1,247 

1,206 

651 
594 
838 
948 



683 
885 
952 
634 

823 
698 
831 
971 
961 

793 

809 

847 

1.279 



609 
1,144 
1,025 

871 
1,147 

796 

924 

689 

1.030 



1,323 

1.084 

605 

541 

539 



(R) Restructured 



Statement C 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 



167 





General Service 




Gen 


eral Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


1,017,290 


28,103 


32 


2,569 


2.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


69,840 


1.577 


1,224,780 


34,134 


35 


2,916 


2.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


70,200 


1.604 


6,958,773 


178,028 


99 


6,041 


2.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


211,320 


4,878 


45,736,416 


1,123,501 


535 


8,597 


2.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,357,200 


32,197 


14,321,913 


346,169 


761 


9,410 


2.42 


- 


- 


- 


— 


322,200 


7,648 


11,021,510 


282,876 


219 


4,252 


2.57 














424,800 


9.725 


259,484,100 


6,319,865 


2,513 


8,605 


2.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7.370,640 


176,682 


8,892,909 


232,411 


171 


4,359 


2.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


122,400 


2,860 


245,494,667 


5,653,475 


2,326 


8,852 


2.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,998,440 


69,171 


2,811,366,556 


69,257,760 


14,850 


15,924 


2.46 


90,598.593 


1.782,221 


2 


1.97 


43,613,280 


1,082.623 


740,842 


21,921 


121 


2,041 


2.96 














44.280 


1.034 


3,078,159 


94,365 


199 


1,719 


3.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


233,280 


5,549 


2,930,350 


75,125 


67 


3,700 


2.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


162,360 


3,515 


313,689,566 


7,773,773 


2,954 


9,023 


2.48 


539,240.904 


10,019.092 


4 


1.86 


7,005,240 


165,737 


813,530 


26,634 


70 


942 


3.27 


— 


— 


- 


— 


90,720 


2,055 


2,442,086 


63,627 


55 


3,769 


2.61 














111,960 


2,640 


50,905,575 


1,186,169 


559 


7,841 


2.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


797.760 


16.981 


139,122,765 


3,541,143 


1,133 


10,287 


2.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3.431,520 


80,515 


2,100,765 


67,204 


65 


2,652 


3.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


104,040 


2,579 


361,345,858 


8,325,442 


3,407 


8,901 


2.30 


410,890,769 


8.664,629 


4 


2.11 


9,909,000 


222,398 


2,052,096,374 


48,931,348 


12,858 


13,405 


2.38 


314,524,800 


6,910.278 


9 


2.20 


31,326,840 


757,947 


304,060 


9,120 


60 


1,689 


3.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


23,760 


559 


114,191,626 


2,599,055 


1,039 


9,141 


2.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,310,840 


49,948 


2,161,707 


61,870 


84 


2,170 


2.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,720 


2,250 


4,946,935 


137,925 


124 


3,407 


2.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


342,360 


7,747 


24,891,262 


633,788 


342 


6,192 


2.55 














1,197,720 


26,817 


4,871,529 


136,293 


107 


3,830 


2.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


183.600 


4,215 


18,281,300 


479,860 


432 


3,610 


2.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


715,320 


15,880 


67,970,080 


1,739,491 


841 


6,735 


2.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,940,760 


45,502 


21,101,347 


509,190 


238 


7,451 


2.41 


- 


— 


- 


— 


569,880 


12,758 


37,185,072 


839,383 


408 


7,614 


2.26 





_ 


_ 


_ 


656,280 


13,742 


280,275,451 


6,543,029 


2,717 


8,654 


2.33 


67,946,475 


1,289,693 


1 


1.90 


6,691,320 


146,852 


12,033,377 


341,544 


244 


4,178 


2.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


351,000 


8,223 


9,200,687 


216,908 


125 


6,443 


2.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


246,240 


5,333 


17,355,790 


443,376 


385 


3,826 


2.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


700,560 


15,296 


2,882,123 


74,133 


62 


3.874 


2.57 














149,040 


3,241 


1,154,850 


27,749 


46 


8,368 


2.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


14,760 


351 


35,728,587 


823,910 


165 


18,155 


2.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


434,880 


9,861 


1,034,800 


35,156 


78 


1,078 


3.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


61,560 


1,424 


71,460,911 


1,632,247 


695 


8,568 


2.28 


" 








1,419,840 


31,790 



168 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 
Cust. 



Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp 
Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp 
South River 



kWh 

19,056,803 
61,678,307 
122,542,685 
11,594,680 
28,726,574 

3,654,092 

11,221,634 

35,568,092 

737,070 

976,714 

2,706,330 
8,360,144 
6,497,480 
58,742,924 
17,158,064 

155,604,983 
20,478,467 

6,072,710 
24,036,199 

6,087,989 

5,187,834 
1,602,290 
6,562,990 
1,278,545,647 
10,378,353 

7,281,216 
34,377,043 

216,015,069 
62,518,270 

660,738,480 

2,885,309,910 

14,398,263 

14,552,447 

21.384,710 

132,248,573 

21,910,164 

81,357,844 

28,741,610 

6,247,430 

8,503,102 



$ 

629,403 

1,652,120 

3,176,878 

324,668 

740,097 

99,908 
321,016 

928,832 
24,577 
24,970 

74,648 

241,493 

172,998 

1,544,124 

462,528 

3,902,102 
590,056 
155,602 
638,912 
168,099 

142,953 
47,205 
173,700 
30,014,878 
299,715 

175,486 

879,971 

5,412,647 

1,740,240 

14,508,101 

71,998,737 

381,038 

433,053 

615,106 

3,510,448 

620,759 
2,130,241 
830,075 
179,899 
217,802 



1,724 
2,263 
3,663 
879 
1,520 

418 

1,206 

2,023 

98 

212 

209 
483 
390 
3,235 
953 

5,834 
1,286 

297 
1,350 

409 

486 

176 

327 

41,576 

747 

336 
2,001 
10,277 
4.132 

17,543 

98,143 

738 

961 

1,116 

4,991 

1,103 

4,053 

1,691 

516 

475 



kWh 

9,312.706 
36,553,241 
38.000.690 

8.353,600 
16,293,360 

2,113,582 

7.138,300 

15,126,270 

676.640 

707.194 

2,000.790 
4,480.350 
3,219,110 
28,405.258 
11,716,030 

51,455,439 
8,640,882 
4,023,950 

16.160.575 
4,321,384 

2.911.791 
1,137.690 
4,711,680 
279,403,591 
7,879.769 

2,729,370 
17.035,500 
69.725.886 
48.569,278 
147,453,040 

921,321.260 

8,710,203 

7,256,950 

13,778,400 

44,247,048 

11,131.863 

30,389,570 

19,474,320 

2,885.120 

5.474.200 



$ 

361.549 

1,014,671 

1.192,962 

225,281 

420.170 

58.060 
210.023 
406,136 

22,574 
17,512 

57.114 
136.251 

90,432 
779,820 
318,567 

1.490.272 
276.733 
101.151 
436,467 
119.360 

80,013 
33,712 
122,710 
8.960,892 
239.464 

71.142 

450,586 

2.106,756 

1.382.759 

3.996,997 

24,753.278 

235,730 

227.872 

400,433 

1.449,080 

338,426 
941,283 
579.284 
88.169 
138.699 



1,475 

1.969 

3.213 

846 

1.277 

312 

1.059 

1,750 

91 

170 

192 
385 
362 
2.757 
850 

5,049 
1.099 

251 
1.200 

345 

398 
155 
289 
37,857 
711 

284 
1.714 
9.213 
3.885 
15,665 

87,456 

640 

817 

967 

4,241 

934 

3,450 

1,543 

404 

410 



kWh 
540 

1.607 
993 
857 

1.131 

568 
568 
720 
620 
1.387 



983 

745 

851 

1.151 

851 

659 

1.347 

1.136 

1.047 

619 
612 
1.368 
619 
961 

793 

833 

638 

1.049 

787 

897 
1.143 

741 
1,184 

870 

983 
744 

1.036 
604 

1.118 



Statement C 



169 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General 


Service 




Gen 


eral Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


kWh 


$ 




C 


kWh 


$ 


9,381,217 


259,460 


249 


3,285 


2.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


362,880 


8,394 


24,435,666 


621,775 


294 


7,247 


2.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


689,400 


15,674 


47,748,195 


1,242,938 


449 


8,922 


2.60 


35,530,920 


710,733 


1 


2.00 


1,262,880 


30,245 


3,057,480 


95,376 


33 


7,721 


3.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


183,600 


4,011 


12,083,294 


312,056 


243 


4,127 


2.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


349,920 


7.871 


1,433,230 


39,692 


106 


1,127 


2.77 














107,280 


2,156 


3,734,494 


103,264 


147 


2,322 


2.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


348.840 


7,729 


20,038,982 


513,859 


273 


6,117 


2.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


402,840 


8,837 


32,350 


1,317 


7 


385 


4.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


28.080 


686 


256,560 


7,161 


42 


2,036 


2.79 


- 


— 


- 


— 


12,960 


297 


635,700 


15,953 


17 


3,116 


2.51 














69.840 


1,581 


3,719,594 


101,532 


98 


3,131 


2.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


160,200 


3,710 


3.136,890 


79,214 


28 


8.714 


2.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


141.480 


3.352 


29.509,666 


746,131 


478 


5.081 


2.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


828,000 


18.173 


5,214,514 


138,699 


103 


4.389 


2.66 


- 


— 


- 


- 


227,520 


5.262 


102,757,424 


2,380,894 


785 


10,922 


2.32 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1.392.120 


30,936 


11,191,025 


298,484 


187 


4,961 


2.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


646,560 


14,839 


1,936,800 


51,850 


46 


3,509 


2.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


111,960 


2.601 


7,554,864 


195,406 


150 


4,225 


2.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


320.760 


7.039 


1,561.405 


44,102 


64 


2.033 


2.82 


— 


- 


- 


- 


205,200 


4.637 


2,101.083 


59,102 


88 


2,013 


2.81 














174,960 


3,838 


408.800 


12,250 


21 


1,622 


3.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


55,800 


1,243 


1,730,710 


48,248 


38 


3.795 


2.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


120,600 


2,742 


358,690,403 


8,621,674 


3,713 


8,171 


2.40 


625.488,973 


12,099.806 


6 


1.93 


14,962,680 


332.506 


2,299,144 


55.827 


36 


5,322 


2.43 


- 


— 


- 


- 


199,440 


4,424 


4,437,726 


101,814 


52 


7,112 


2.29 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


114.120 


2,530 


16.764,823 


416,480 


287 


4.784 


2.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


576,720 


12,905 


143,554,983 


3,245,283 


1,064 


11,296 


2.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2.734.200 


60,608 


13,556,952 


348.643 


247 


4,649 


2.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


392.040 


8,838 


203,841,890 


5,029,280 


1,874 


9,084 


2.47 


302,492,310 


5,335.638 


4 


1.76 


6,951,240 


146.186 


1,659,105,130 


41,370,550 


10,680 


13,315 


2.49 


272.076,000 


5.133,194 


7 


1.89 


32.807.520 


741.715 


5,362,260 


137,924 


98 


4,607 


2.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


325.800 


7,384 


6.936,937 


196,618 


144 


3,933 


2.83 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


358.560 


8,563 


7,233,710 


205,807 


149 


4,101 


2.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


372.600 


8,866 


86,128,445 


2.019,295 


750 


10,138 


2.34 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,873,080 


42,073 


10,463,301 


275,171 


169 


5,011 


2.63 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


315,000 


7,162 


49,797,194 


1,163,843 


603 


6,737 


2.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,171.080 


25,115 


8,666,090 


236,656 


148 


4,880 


2.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


601.200 


14,135 


3,207,870 


88,234 


112 


2,408 


2.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


154.440 


3,496 


2,884,182 


75,933 


65 


3.587 


2.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


144.720 


3.170 



170 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



South West Oxford 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strath roy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundndge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp... 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour... 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 



kWh 

27,191,622 
2,535,360 
15,385,760 
12,500,950 
40,352,484 

41,687,438 

260,376,575 

56,492,584 

43,140,820 

621,925,060 

4,318,875 
8,204,600 

20,979,610 
7,343,005 

30,339,604 

9,445,154 
16,503,446 
3,267,167 
6,234,466 
5,289,720 

10,984,197 

12,408,990 

2,332,649 

2,850,630 

44,704,154 

953,188,128 

33,169,528 

89,227,781 

7,196,118,706 

13,771,030 

191,439,369 
15,099,695 
24,100,520 
11,847,368 

366,025,246 

7,508,014 

47,759,777 

161,255,825 

2,565,483 

4,128,130 



$ 
545,310 

66,985 

433,139 

324,617 

1,020,723 

1,027,585 
6,849,348 
1,611,034 
1,141,200 
16,073,462 

111,109 
202,244 
536,546 

177,279 
820,487 

239,736 
428,253 
79,090 
191,038 
147,975 

324,004 

357,192 

63,046 

76,919 

1,266,304 

24,067,456 

866,047 

2,404,072 

174,469,828 
398,834 

4,347,255 
386,135 
638,880 
325.236 

9,207,172 

229,943 

1,212,402 

3,973,025 

65,634 

122,318 



361 
203 

1,096 
688 

2,211 

1,944 
9,534 
3,032 
2,211 
30,380 

309 
421 

1,105 
333 

1,840 

485 
649 
542 
460 

327 

679 
750 
163 
183 
2,766 

39,813 
1,579 
3,966 

195,804 
951 

5,641 
773 

1,187 
734 

9,371 

619 

1,846 

4,262 

188 

298 



kWh 
3,143,880 
1,760,200 
9,689,650 
6,381,563 
19,638.588 

17,977,551 
83,867,284 
24,483,919 
25,755,487 
294,078,473 

2.710,700 
4,193,150 

10,679,550 
3,935,900 

16,330,224 

4,490,075 
9.230,031 
1.907,870 
3.149,800 
2,818,920 

6.401.090 
6,041,900 
1,366,720 
2,070,650 
16,929,761 

340,932,181 

11.391,892 

28,936,651 

1,273,283,811 

8,627,600 

48.971,411 
6,881,008 

10,951,450 
7,208,694 

90.279.220 

5.297.894 

19,795,000 

26,472,419 

1.304.937 

2,635.550 



$ 

93,654 
45,370 
278,934 
171,213 
538.208 

479.494 

2,486,196 

747,208 

702.183 

7,611,963 

68,728 
103,194 
276,437 

95,064 
489,600 

114,751 
253,270 
48,492 
85,330 
79,324 

195,421 
186,808 
36,642 
56,416 
582,325 

9,841.024 

317.229 

856,774 

32.133,682 

258,236 

1.347,046 
176,217 
297,175 
199,237 

2.555.151 

166.621 

543,077 

848.895 

33,615 

77,414 



322 
168 
940 
565 
1,944 

1,661 
8,439 
2,655 
1,963 
27,149 

260 
335 
906 
267 
1,688 



582 

471 
371 

258 

557 
625 
131 
162 
2,452 

36,050 
1,369 
3,362 

163,904 
860 

4,938 
604 
983 
623 

7.454 

561 

1.574 

3.704 

141 

227 



kWh 
814 
878 
860 
951 



902 
838 
791 
1,096 
905 



1,075 
984 

1,159 
819 

950 
1,324 
1,350 

708 
914 

954 

807 

869 

1,078 

572 



695 
828 
648 

842 

830 
953 
930 
998 
1,014 

784 
1,052 
617 
771 
985 



Statement C 



171 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General 


Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




C 


kWh 


$ 


23,810,502 


446,157 


39 


50,877 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


237.240 


5.499 


701,000 


19,954 


35 


1,718 


2.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74,160 


1.661 


5,376,070 


146,976 


156 


2,872 


2.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


320.040 


7,229 


5,903,387 


148,651 


123 


4,066 


2.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


216,000 


4,753 


19,994,616 


466,806 


267 


6,194 


2.33 


- 


- 


- 


— 


719.280 


15,709 


23,247,647 


538,074 


283 


6,919 


2.31 














462,240 


10,017 


172,703,011 


4,273,174 


1,095 


13,351 


2.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,806.280 


89,978 


31,248,705 


845,462 


377 


7,057 


2.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


759,960 


18,364 


16,746,387 


424,804 


248 


5,516 


2.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


638,946 


14,213 


319,902,827 


8,269,086 


3,231 


8,295 


2.58 


— 


- 


- 


— 


7.943.760 


192,413 


1,518,895 


40,483 


49 


2,531 


2.67 














89,280 


1,898 


3,865,650 


95,846 


86 


3,835 


2.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


145,800 


3,204 


10,047,340 


254,377 


199 


4,229 


2.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


252,720 


5.732 


3,245,465 


78,793 


66 


4,098 


2.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


161,640 


3,422 


13,455,700 


318,651 


152 


7,475 


2.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


553,680 


12,236 


4,791,279 


121,204 


77 


5,119 


2.53 














163,800 


3,781 


6,967,415 


168,068 


67 


8,933 


2.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


306,000 


6,915 


1,322,577 


29,844 


71 


6,209 


2.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


36,720 


754 


2,812,866 


99,499 


89 


2,605 


3.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


271,800 


6,209 


2,305,920 


64,835 


69 


2,669 


2.81 


- 


- 


- 


- 


164,880 


3,816 


4,270,585 


121,250 


122 


2,893 


2.84 














312,522 


7,333 


6,100,330 


164,351 


125 


4,003 


2.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


266,760 


6,033 


845,689 


23,647 


32 


2,202 


2.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


120,240 


2,757 


735,700 


19,472 


21 


2,919 


2.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


44,280 


1,031 


26,892,393 


663,346 


314 


7,229 


2.47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


882,000 


20,633 


568,702,667 


13,210,438 


3,762 


12,675 


2.32 


29.856,000 


709.845 


1 


2.38 


13,697,280 


306,149 


21,187,956 


535,386 


210 


8,251 


2.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


589.680 


13,432 


58,912,690 


1,515,273 


604 


8,450 


2.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,378,440 


32,025 


4,346,438,029 


107,675,086 


31,877 


11,425 


2.48 


1,509,473,265 


33,262,322 


23 


2.20 


66,923,601 


1,398,738 


4,948,310 


136,059 


91 


4,686 


2.75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


195,120 


4,539 


86,062,198 


1,960,898 


702 


10,245 


2.28 


54.528,000 


998,270 


1 


1.83 


1,877,760 


41,041 


8,009,167 


205,515 


169 


4,045 


2.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


209,520 


4,403 


12,911,110 


336,262 


204 


5,198 


2.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


237,960 


5,443 


4,354,634 


119,512 


111 


3,269 


2.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


284,040 


6,487 


273,447,426 


6,598,003 


1,917 


11,974 


2.41 


— 


— 


- 


- 


2,298,600 


54,018 


2,062,520 


59,771 


58 


2,963 


2.90 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


147,600 


3,551 


27,569,857 


660,461 


272 


8,416 


2.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


394,920 


8,864 


72,641,406 


1,802,795 


556 


11,006 


2.48 


60,230,400 


1,276,143 


2 


2.12 


1,911,600 


45,192 


1,183,506 


30,335 


47 


2,098 


2.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


77,040 


1,684 


1,356,860 


41,685 


71 


1,663 


3.07 


" 


~ 


~ 


~ 


135,720 


3,219 



172 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 
Cust. 



Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo North (R) 
Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zorra(R) 

Zurich 

Total 



kWh 

51.463,235 
15,740,049 
14,072,428 
599,540,660 
10,233,342 

4,886,902 
3,029,790 
302,460,632 
7,512,065 
10,317,376 

6,029,518 

9,523,635 

250,123,858 

16,959,555 

1,916,770 

27,265,775 

1,446,480 

1,854,570,928 

41,638,135 

23,687,389 

259,061,713 
3,340,470 
8,202,770 

791,061,103 
11,724,885 

5,838,660 
59,155,696,463 



$ 
1,708,713 
404,774 
453,486 
15,370,374 
290,782 

143,305 

87,761 

7,798,667 

202,463 

276,966 

165,844 

273,174 

6,518,131 

485,248 

55,499 

629,936 

45,799 

43,868.543 

998,830 

556,904 

6,245,160 
96,361 

217,019 
19,275,581 

288,378 

168,098 

1,442.083,617 



5,161 
781 

1,067 

20,928 

673 

475 
183 
14,702 
581 
543 

370 

623 

10,236 

956 

147 

799 

150 

66,588 

1,312 

960 

9,811 

275 

619 

34,722 

861 

362 
2.046,952 



kWh 

37,436,879 
7,063,105 
7,654,938 
183.672,085 
4,843,260 

3,910,606 
2.060,030 
83,567,655 
4,927,130 
4,235,890 

3,101.850 
5,279,000 
102.308,059 
9,752,580 
1,109,480 

9.211.750 

896.000 

475,262,887 

14,268,635 

9,245,135 

77.100,107 

2,430,000 

4,708,350 

249,747,897 

6,575,435 

3,564,300 
17,025,577.108 



$ 
1.292.093 

194.407 

268.102 
5,167,547 

143,820 

115.845 

61,873 

2.567,552 

136,445 

118,215 

89.169 

150.044 

2.973,409 

286.405 

32,416 

232,043 

30,149 

13.404.905 

377,172 

236,098 

2,196,193 
70,449 

124,010 
6.602.480 

171.785 

102.183 
474,034,772 



4,696 
647 
953 

17.411 
541 

445 
162 
13,018 
497 
479 

298 
530 
9.217 
791 
114 

665 

140 

59.184 

1.119 



8,708 

228 

538 

30,666 

731 

290 
1,805.209 



kWh 
666 
918 
673 
1.172 
759 

732 

1,073 

540 

857 
743 

865 
835 
968 
1,029 
818 

1,165 
530 
673 

1,073 
974 

747 
892 
729 
679 
999 

1.031 
799 



(R) Restructured 



Statement C 



173 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1978 





General Service 




Gen 


eral Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


<t 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


13,098,276 


394,095 


465 


2,358 


3.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


928.080 


22,525 


8,331,704 


202,783 


134 


5,143 


2.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


345,240 


7,584 


6,171,250 


179,440 


114 


4,472 


2.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


246,240 


5,944 


352,672,255 


8,797,605 


3,516 


11,145 


2.49 


55,452,000 


1,221,513 


1 


2.20 


7,744,320 


183,709 


5,241,402 


143,522 


132 


3,360 


2.74 


— 


— 


- 


— 


148,680 


3.440 


874,416 


25,179 


30 


2,429 


2.88 














101,880 


2.281 


902,440 


24,313 


21 


3,418 


2.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


67,320 


1,575 


163,636,697 


3,828,326 


1,682 


8,269 


2.34 


50,064,000 


1,288,847 


2 


2.57 


5,192,280 


113.942 


2,505,015 


64,263 


84 


2,577 


2.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,920 


1.755 


5,857,206 


153,601 


64 


7,509 


2.62 


— 


— 


- 


— 


224,280 


5.150 


2,823,988 


74,352 


72 


3,269 


2.63 














103,680 


2.323 


4,058,155 


118,729 


93 


3,598 


2.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


186,480 


4.401 


125,031,559 


2,975,998 


1,018 


10,764 


2.38 


18.848.000 


478,363 


1 


2.54 


3.936,240 


90.361 


6,896,655 


191,602 


165 


3.548 


2.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


310,320 


7,241 


755,450 


21,816 


33 


1,799 


2.89 


- 


- 


- 


- 


51.840 


1.267 


17,811,385 


392,582 


134 


10,995 


2.20 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


242.640 


5.311 


522,400 


14,954 


10 


4,353 


2.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


28.080 


696 


854,974,961 


20,291,557 


7,398 


9,675 


2.37 


499.700.800 


9,613.235 


6 


1.92 


24,632.280 


558,846 


26,990,420 


613,081 


193 


11,654 


2.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


379,080 


8.577 


14,054,174 


312,310 


160 


7,320 


2.22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


388.080 


8,496 


178,192,046 


3,967,292 


1,103 


13,524 


2.23 





_ 


_ 


_ 


3.769.560 


81,675 


850,350 


24,531 


47 


1.508 


2.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


60,120 


1.381 


3,337,100 


89,328 


81 


3,433 


2.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


157.320 


3,681 


427,035,286 


10,422,001 


4,053 


8,746 


2.44 


106,504,800 


2,067.351 


3 


1.94 


7,773,120 


183.749 


4,992,850 


113,367 


130 


4,267 


2.27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


156.600 


3.226 


2,132,160 


62,652 


72 


2,468 


2.94 














142,200 


3.263 


31,645,398,787 


762,983,114 


241,623 


11,124 


2.41 


9.853.962,963 


190,760,474 


120 


1.94 


630,757,605 


14.305.257 



174 



AMEU 



kWh 
MEU 



Association of Municipal 
Electrical Utilities 



GS - Generating Station 

kV - kilovolt(s) 

kVA - kilovolt-ampere(s) 



kilowatt-hour(s) 



Index 




LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 


icipal min 


- minimum 




- minute 


MW 


- megawatt 


NPD 


- Nuclear Power Demonstration 


OMEA 


- Ontario Municipal Electric 




Association 


TS 


- Transformer Station 


Jtilities Twp 


- Township 



INDEX 

In this index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given for the alphabetically 
arranged listings of municipalities either in Ontario Hydro's financial statements or in statements A,B, and C. 

A Audit of MEU accounts 95 

Average consumption per customer 

see Energy sales 
-number of employees 4,5 

B 

Balance sheet,Ontario Hydro 32,33 

-sheets, municipal 96-151 

Bancroft Area 87 

Barrett Chute GS 44 

Barrie Area 88 

Beachville Area 87 

Beamsville Area 87 

Beck, Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 1 GS 44 

-Sir Adam.-Niagara No. 2 GS 44 

— Pumping-Generating Station 44 

Board of Directors 1,4,7,8 

composition 8 

Bonds and notes payable 4,5,8,26 

-issued by Ontario Hydro. . . . 25^3,35,38,39,53-55 
see also Financial Statements, 

-guarantee of 8 

—other long-term debt 33 

-retired 25 J5 

Books of accounts of MEU 95 

Bowmanville Area 87 

Bracebridge Area 88 

Brampton Area 87 

Brantford Area 87 

Brockville Area 87 

Bruce GS 2,11,17,18,20,4* 

-Heavy Water Plant 3,18 

Building Owners and Managers Assoc 14 

C 

Cameron Falls GS 44 

Canadian currency bonds 26,38,53 

Canadian Nickel Co. Ltd 13 

Canadian Tire Corp 15 



Abitibi Canyon GS 44 

River 44 

Accounting policies 28 

Advance payments for fuel supplies 30 

Commissioning energy 29 

Depreciation 29 

Fixed assets 28 

Foreign currency translation 30 

Nuclear agreement-Pickering 

units 1&2 29 

Pension and Insurance Plan 30 

—procedures, uniform for MEU 95 

Adjustments to cost, annual 31,56 

Administration expense 24 

AECLsee Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 

AguasabonGS 45 

-River 45 

Alexander GS 44 

Algoma Area 88 

Alliston Area 88 

Amok Ltd 12 

Anti-inflation guidelines 3,16,24 

Appropriation 

-debt retirement 25,Ji 

-stablization of rates 

and contingencies 25^1,34 

Area offices, number of 8,84 

Arnprior Area 87 

-GS 44 

Assets of Ontario Hydro 

see also Financial Statements 4,5,32 

-fixed, of the MEU 92,96-151 

-total, of the MEU 93,96-151 

Assistance for rural construction 33 

Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 6 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 3,29 

Aubrey Falls GS 44 



Index 



175 



Capacity, dependable, of hydraulic resources . . . .44 

-dependable peak 4,5 

defined 42 

sources of purchased power 45 

-installed 44,45 

-of combustion-turbines installed 44 

—of Ontario Hydro resources 4,5,43-45 

—total system 4,5,43 

Capital construction program 1,2,18-21 

—expenditures 4,5,18,25 

-investment 

see Financial Statements 

-investment of the MEU 92,96-151 

Caribou Falls GS 45 

Cash and short-term investments 37 

Cayuga Area 87 

Central Region 87 

Charges allocated to customers 

—contract municipalities 8 ,58,75 

-for primary power 56-75 

Chats Falls GS 44 

Chenaux GS 44 

Classes of rural service defined 84-86 

Clinton Area 87 

Coal supply 12-13 

Cobden Area 87 

Cobourg Area 87 

Combustion-turbine units 44 

Commerce Court 14 

Conservation 2,14,15 

-Program 14,15 

Construction program 2,17-21 

Corporation 8 

Cost allocated to customers 8,31,56 

-contract municipalities 8,55-75 

-of fixed assets in service 4,5,50,51 

-of fuel 31 

-of operation 8,J7 

—of power supplied to MEU defined 8 

-of primary power 56 

adjustments, annual 58-75 

statement of 58-75 

—of providing service 8 

-of purchased power 31 

see also Financial Statements cost 

—of service defined 8 

-Ontario Hydro 31 

Costing and Pricing of Electricity 4 

Costing load of the municipalities. 50,5£-75 

Costs 8,24 

administration 8,24 

of Ontario Hydro 24,31 

of operation and maintenance 7,24 

Current assets 32 

Customers 8,15,84,86,91 

direct 8,86 

farm 8,84,85 

retail 8,84-86 

number of 4,5,48 



direct 48,90 

farm 89 

municipal 48,96-151 

retail 48,89 

served by MEU 48,91 

ultimate served 4,5,48 

D 

DarlingtonGS 2,18 

Debt from borrowings 25,33,38,39, 

53-55 
—debenture. MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
debt 
—long-term of Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements 
liabilities 
-of the MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
debt 

-payable in US funds 26,54 

-retirement 26,31,35,38 

—appropriation 25 J 1 

DeCew Falls GS 44 

Demand charge 57 

-primary energy 4,5,10 

-primary peak 4,5, 1 1 ,43 

Demands and resources 10,43 

dependable peak capacity 4,5,11,43 

Depreciation accumulated 32,52 

MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements 

-expense 24J1 

-provision for 31 

-rates 29 

Description of main classes of retail service. . . .84-86 

Des Joachims GS 44 

Detroit Edison Company 45 

Deutsche marks, bonds in 55 

Diesel-electric generation 44 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 
Distribution facilities, Ontario Hydro-owned . 50,51, 

84,86 

Diversity, power 42 

Dryden Area 88 

Dundas Area 87 

E 

East Elgin Area 87 

Eastern Region 87 

Electricity sales 

see Sales, electricity 

-price of 3 

Employees, number of . 4,5 

Energy charge 57 



176 



Index 



-Board 3,4 

—Conservation 14,15 

—delivered by Ontario Hydro to MEU 46 

—deliveries from Manitoba 45 

—deliveries from Quebec 45 

-generated and received 4,5,43,45 

-Minister of 2,3,6,15,16 

-need, future 1 ,2 

-primary, delivered to interconnected 

utilities 4,5,46 

-TRIM program 15 

-primary demands 4,-5,10 

-primary supplied 4,5,10 

-produced 43 

by hydro-electric generating stations 43-45 

by nuclear generating stations 1,11,43,44 

by thermal-electric units 43,44 

for commercial load 46,47 

-purchased 43,45 

by MEU 46,47 

-requirements 43 

-sales 46,47 

average per customer 

farm service 89 

general service 89,90 

municipal service 94 

retail service 89,90 

primary 4,5,46,47 

to direct customers 47 

to municipalities 46 

to retail customers 47 

-secondary 4,5,43 

-source 43 

-supplied 4,5,43,46,47 

to direct industrial customers 47 

to interconnected systems 1,10 

to MEU 46 

to retail customers 47 

English River 45 

Environmental Assessment Act 17 

Equipment purchased 22 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement 

appropriations and interest 33,34,76-83 

Equity of MEU in Ontario Hydro system .34, 76-83,93 

96-151 

Essa Demonstration Centre 17 

Essex Area 87 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 41 

Expenditures on fixed assets 4,5,20, 

25,26,57 
see also Financial Statements 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
expense 

Export of Power 1 ,10 

Expropriation 21 



Farm customers 
see Customers 

-service 84,85 

Fenelon Falls Area 88 

Finance 24 

Financial features 8 

-operations of MEU 96-151 

Financial Statements 

assets 32 

assets, fixed 25,28^2,35,51 

assistance, provincial 33 

balance sheet 32,33 

bonds payable 33,38,39,53-55 

changes in financial position 35 

cost of power 31 

-of providing service 31,56-75 

depreciation 31,32,35,52 

equities 33,34,76-83 

equities accumulated through debt retirement. . . 33, 

76-83 
funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 33 

net income t 31 

appropriations 31 

operations, financial, statement of 31 

pension and insurance fund 41 

reserve appropriation 31,34 

revenue 24,57 

stablization of rates 31,33,34 

Fixed Assets. . 25,28,32,50,51 

investment in, MEU 93,96-151 

Foreign currency translation 30 

Fort Frances Area 88 

Frankford Area 87 

Fuel availability 12-13 

—generation of electricity 10-11 

-requirements 77,13 

—sources 12,13 

G 

General rate 86,91 

number of utilities using 91 

revenue of MEU 91,96-151,154-173 

MEU 91,94 

retail 86,87-88,89 

Generating capacity added 16-19 

-stations 

see also individual listings 

see also Financial Statements 
assets 

Generation development 16-19 

Georgian Bay Region 88 

Government of Ontario 6,8,2955 

Great Lake Paper Co 45 

Growth in requirements 1,2,10,45 

Guelph Area 87 



Index 



177 



H 



Harmon GS 44 

Hearn, Richard L., GS 44 

Holden, Otto, GS 44 

Huntsville Area 88 

Hydro-electric energy generated 44-45 

-generating facilities 19,42,44-45 

-production 44-45 

-resources 44-45 

Hydro-Quebec Power Commission 45 



Income, net, of MEU 

net, of Ontario Hydro 25,31 

Industrial customers 

see Customers, direct 86 

Interconnected utilities 1,8,45 

Interest expense 24,J7,36 

Interruption load 42,43 

Investments 37,38 

K 

Kaministiquia River 45 

Kapuskasing Area 88 

Keith, J. Clark, G.S 19,44 

Kenora Area 88 

Kent Area 87 

Kingston Area 87 

Kipling GS 44 

Kirkland Lake Area 88 

L 

Lakeview GS 44 

Lambton Area 87 

-GS 44 

Legislature of the Province 8 

—Select Committee of 3 

Lennox GS 13,19,44 

Listowel Area 87 

Little Long GS 44 

Load forecast 1 ,2 

Load management 15 

Long-range planning 16 

Long-term debt 

of MEU 93,96-151 

Lower Notch GS 44 

Lummus Canada Ltd 3 

M 

Madawaska River 44 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric System 45 

Manitou Falls GS 45 

Manitoulin Area 88 

Markham Area 87 

Materials purchased 22 



Matheson Area 88 

Mattagami River 44 

Milton TS 20 

Minden Area 88 

Miscellaneous revenue of MEU 91 

Mississagi River 44 

Montreal River 44 

Mountain Chute GS 44 

Municipal distribution system 91 

-electrical utilities 6,^,86-173 

accounts 95,96-151 

assets, fixed, at cost 92,96-151 

audit 95 

cost, average per kWh 58-75 

-of power 56,58-75 

customers served 91,96-173 

debt 92,96-151 

depreciation 91,96-757 

energy consumption 46 

-supplied 58-75 

equity in Ontario Hydro system 93,96-151 

expense 91,96-151 

financial operations 91-95,96-757 

general service 91,94,154-173 

income, see revenue 

net income 91,96-757 

number of 4,5,91 ,96-97 

power supplied 4,5,58-75 

rates, wholesale 3,15 

relationship to Ontario Hydro 8 

residential service 91,94 

revenue 91,96-151 

N 

Nanticoke 19,44 

Net revenue of MEU 91,96-151 

New Liskeard Area 88 

Newmarket Area 87 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation 45 

-Region 87 

-River 44 

Nipigon River 44 

Norcen Energy Resources 12 

North Bay Area 88 

Northeastern Region 88 

Northwestern Region 88 

Nuclear agreement 29 

-capacity in construction program 18 

-fuel 77,12 

-irradiated fuel 3 

—Power Demonstration GS 44 

Nuclear-electric production 11,43,44 

-stations 44 

Number of employees, average in year 4,5 

—of retail customers served 48,87-88,89 

—of ultimate customers served 48 



178 



Index 



o 



Ontario Energy Board 3,4 

—Government 6 

-Hydro distribution facilities 8,50-51 

-Municipal Electric Association 6 

-Power GS 44 

Operation expense 24,57 

Operations 

-statement of, municipal 96-151 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, financial operations 
-statement of, Ontario Hydro 31 

see also Financial Statements, 
Operations 

Orangeville Area 88 

Orillia Area 88 

Ottawa River 44 

Otter Rapids GS 44 

Output of hydro-electric stations 43,44,45 

Owen Sound Area 88 

P 

Parry Sound Area 88 

Peak demand 4,5, 1 1 ,43 

Penetanguishene Area 88 

Pension and Insurance Fund 41 

Perth Area 87 

Peterborough Area 87 

Pickering GS 17,18,44 

Picton Area 88 

Pine Portage GS 44 

Planning, long-range 16 

Public hearings 3,4,17 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls 23 

Porter, Dr. A 3 

Power Corporation Act 8 

-development program 2,17-21 

-District 84 

-primary 4,5,43 

—purchase 45 

—requirements 4,5,43 

-resources 44-45 

Program of capital construction 2,17-21 

Progress on power developments 17-21 

Provincial Government 6,9 

Provision for depreciation 31,52 

—for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies 31,34 

Public participation programs 16 

Purchased energy 45 

Q 
Quebec Hydro-Electic Commission 45 

R 
Rate stabilization reserve 31,34 



-review 3 

-wholesale 3 

Rayner, George W., GS 44 

Red Rock Falls GS 44 

Regional Government 6,16 

Regulatory powers 8,95 

Requirements, energy 4,5,43 

—power 4,5,43 

-primary energy 4,5,43 

Research activities 21-22 

Reserve capacity 2,43 

—for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 25 J3,34 

see also Financial Statements 

Reserves of power 43 

Residential service 84 

municipal systems 91,154-173 

retail 84,87-89 

revenue of MEU 91,96-151 

Resources 43-45 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

-hydro electric 44,45 

-nuclear 44 

—thermal-electric 44 

Restructuring Municipal Utilities 6,16,95 

Retail customers of Ontario Hydro 

number of 48,87,88 

—classes of service defined 84,85,86 

-customers of MEU 94,154-173 

-distribution facilities 4,5,50,51 

—distribution of electricity 8,84 

—energy consumption 47 

-service 8 

by MEU 91,154-173 

by Ontario Hydro 10,84,85 

Revenue of Ontario Hydro 24,37 

-excess in 1978 16,24,37 

from direct customers 31 

from export of secondary energy 1,10,11,24 

from MEU 31,56 

from retail customers 31,56 

from sales of power and energy 31,56 

from sales to direct customers 31,56 

-of MEU 91,96-757 

-per kWh 83-84,88- 

-retail 83-84 

Revised Statutes of Ontario 8 

Richard L. Hearn GS 

see Hearn, Richard, L., GS 
Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning ... .3 
Rural assistance 33 

S 

St. Lawrence River 44 

Sales, electricity 

municipal 46,91 

retail 47,89-90 

-of energy 4,5,43,46-47 

-of secondary energy 4,5,43,46-47 



Index 



179 



Saunders. Robert H., St. Lawrence GS 44 

Secondary energy 4,5,43,46-47 

revenue 24J1 

Select Committee of the Legislature 3 

Shell Canada Ltd 12 

Silver Falls GS 45 

Simcoe Area 87 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 33,34 

Staff 22-23 

-health and safety 22-23 

Standard accounting system of MEU 95 

Stayner Area 88 

Stewartville GS 44 

Stoney Creek Area 87 

Strathroy Area 87 

Street lighting revenue of MEU 91,94,154-173 

Sudbury Area 88 

Supply 22 

Swiss currency bonds 55 



Wesleyville GS 2,75,19 

West German Currency, bonds in 55 

Western Region 87 

Whitedog Falls GS 45 

Winchester Area 87 

Winnipeg River 45 

Y 

Year-round residential services 84,59 



Thermal-electric additional capacity 

planned 18 

-energy generated 43,44 

-generating stations 44 

-resources 44 

Thermal Training Centre 21 

Thunder Bay Area 88 

-BayGS 18,19,44 

Timmins Area 88 

Toronto Power GS 44 

Transformer stations 20 

Transmission lines 4-5,20,48 

in service 4-5,48 

underground 48 

Tweed Area 87 

U 

Uffen,Dr. R 6 

Ultimate customers served 48 

Uniform system of accounts for MEU 95 

United States currency bonds 54 

United States Steel Corporation 13 

Uranium exploration 12 

V 

Vankleek Hill Area 87 

W 

Walkerton Area 88 

Warren Area 88 

Watts from Waste 21 

Welland Area 87 

-Canal 44 

Wells GS 44 



rpy 



ONT ONTARIO HYDRO 

HYDRO STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 

YRBK 1978. 
1978