Your account is at least partly in respect of common elements, which means any part of a predominantly residential multi-unit complex (e.g. condominiums or apartment buildings) that is not a unit, and the following conditions are met:
- The multi-unit complex, including any part of the multi-unit complex to which the common area account does not apply, contains at least two qualifying units
- At least 50% of the units within the multi-unit complex, including any part of the multi-unit complex to which the account does not apply, are qualifying units
- Your account exceeds the monthly electricity demand of 50 kW and use threshold of 250,000 kWh annually
 “Qualifying unit” means a unit that (a) consists of a self-contained room or set of rooms; (b) contains kitchen and bathroom facilities that are for the sole use of the unit; and (c) is occupied and used as a residence.
 “Unit” means (a) a unit as defined in the Condominium Act, 1998; (b) a residential unit or a rental unit, as those terms are defined in subsection 2(1) of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006; (c) a member unit or a non-member unit, as those terms are defined in the Co-operative Corporations Act; or (d) premises that is demised premises for the purposes of the Commercial Tenancies Act. Furthermore, a unit does not include a unit that is intended for purposes of parking, storage, providing space for services, recreation, or other facilities or mechanical installations.