Ontario Energy Board Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Ontario Energy Board's estimated annual revenue is currently $50.2M per year.
- Ontario Energy Board's estimated revenue per employee is $205,574
- Ontario Energy Board has 244 Employees.
- Ontario Energy Board grew their employee count by 5% last year.
- Ontario Energy Board currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Ontario Energy Board?
The Ontario Energy Board is an independent regulatory body that makes decisions and provides advice to the government in order to contribute to a sustainable, reliable energy sector and to help consumers get value from their natural gas and electricity services. We do this by: Looking out for consumer interests, investigating complaints and applying penalties, where appropriate Establishing rates and prices that are reasonable to consumers and that allow utilities to invest in the system Encouraging higher performance from natural gas and electricity utilities and measuring progress Making the consumer's own usage, and the broader energy issues, easier to understand Thinking about the long-term needs of the energy sector and developing regulatory policy to meet emerging challenges We are an independent and impartial public agency based in Toronto. We strive to create an environment that offers intellectually challenging work, inspires innovation and creativity, and rewards collaboration.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Ontario Energy ...||$50.2M||244||5%||N/A|
|Nuclear Waste M...||$35.6M||173||7%||N/A|
|K-Line Group of...||$24M||117||7%||N/A|
|Miura Canada Co...||$6.8M||33||14%||N/A|
Ontario Energy Board News
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