The IESO President and CEO and Leadership Team are responsible for implementing the strategic direction and initiatives for the organization in keeping with its statutory objectives. They also provide advice and recommendations to the IESO Board of Directors.
Accountability is a fundamental principle in the governance, management, administration and operations of the IESO. In exercising its duties, the IESO strives to serve the ratepayers of Ontario in a transparent and inclusive manner. This section includes documents related to its corporate accountability, including organizational policies, credit rating reports, accessibility and disclosure requirements and more.
The IESO is a not-for-profit corporate entity established in the Electricity Act, 1998, which is under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Minister of Energy. Its fees and licences to operate are set by the Ontario Energy Board. In fulfilling its role as the province’s reliability coordinator, the IESO must comply with, oversee and enforce reliability standards and processes that are set by several regulatory bodies within and outside of Ontario.
Qualified interested parties are encouraged to view and respond to current opportunities to provide goods and services to the IESO.
The IESO’s business activities and initiatives are guided by a strategic plan that describes four overarching goals for the IESO. This strategy informs the development of the IESO’s annual business plans, which provide an overview of the organization’s near-term activities and financial plans. The IESO tracks certain corporate performance measures to ensure the organization is meeting its performance targets.
From time to time, the Minister of Energy issues directives and letters to the IESO articulating government policy.
In the IESO's Media Centre, reporters will find timely and relevant information about the IESO, Ontario's power system and the wholesale electricity market. For media inquiries, please contact 416.506.2823 or firstname.lastname@example.org.