Electricity Rate Plans

1 Year Fixed Rate Plans*

These rate plans which are guaranteed for 1 year, will expire on December 31, 2017 and do not have early exit fees.

Member Rate - 5.69 ¢/kWh

Non Member Rate - 5.8 ¢/kWh

*Security deposit may be required depending on credit score.

 

2 Year Fixed Rate Plans*

These rate plans which are guaranteed for 2 years, will expire on December 31, 2018 and do not have early exit fees.

Member Rate - 5.89 ¢/kWh

Non Member Rate - 6.1 ¢/kWh

*Security deposit may be required depending on credit score.

 

Floating Rate (Wholesale pricing plus rate indicated below)

These rates are based on your annual electricity consumption.

Less than 15,000 MWh/yr - +1 ¢/kWh (Security Deposit Required)

More than 15,000 MWh/yr - Contact us for a quote

 

Would you like to green your power?

Choose any of the electricity rate plans listed above and add a 2 ¢/kWh premium for local SPARK Green Offsets. Find out more about our SPARK Green Offset Program here.


Natural Gas Rate Plans

Fixed Rate

This rate plan expires on December 31, 2017 and does not have an early exit fee.

$3.50/GJ

 

Floating Rate (Wholesale pricing plus rate indicated below)

These rates are based on your annual natural gas consumption.

Less than 250 GJ/yr - +$0.90 / GJ

Between 250 GJ/yr and 3,000 GJ/yr - +$0.65 / GJ

Between 3,000 GJ/yr and 10,000 GJ/yr - +$0.40 / GJ

More than 10,000 GJ/yr - +$0.15 / GJ


Administration Fee

  1. The administration fee for a single energy product is $6.50 per site per month.
  2. An additional administration fee of $3.00 per site per month will be charged if both electricity and natural gas are selected.

Security Deposit

  1. As a retailer in this deregulated market, we have to put up a bond with the Alberta Electric Systems Operator (AESO), the coordinating body in Alberta’s Electric System. We also pay prudentials to wire line service providers which is often either half or 1.5 times what the AESO requires. Both these prudentials are to ensure that if something happens to the retailer like ACE, the wire line providers or the generators still get paid.
  2. Even if our customers have a perfect credit rating, we still need to have these prudentials. Furthermore, every time we take on a new customer, our power demand goes up and so does our prudential requirements.
  3. Asking for a security deposit that pays 2.5% per annum is one mechanism we are using to cover this cost and risk on an incremental basis. The 2.5% interest earned per annum is credited to your monthly ACE bill and the deposit is fully refundable should you choose to leave ACE.

Micro Generation

Small Micro Generation (MG) producers will automatically receive credit which is equivalent to their current electricity rate, for surplus electricity generated and exported to the grid. The amount will be credited against the customer’s monthly ACE electricity bill. Terms of reference defined within Province of Alberta, Electric Utilities Act, Micro-Generation Regulation.