Echoing Aman’s comment, it depends on your PDF and how you will be/are operating during the pandemic. If you are seeing significant consumption reduction and believe you can maintain it, Class B likely makes sense (unless you did particularly well with your PDF last year). Even though analysis shows that Class A would be beneficial if we were operating under “normal” conditions, Seneca will be going Class B due to substantial reduction in consumption which we believe we can maintain. A good way of looking at it (which is now provided with Jupiter’s recommendation reports) is performing a sensitivity analysis showing the impact of changes in consumption and total GA costs. Here’s what Seneca’s looks like (Green = Class A favourable; Red = Class B favourable):
As shown above, if we can maintain a reduction of at least 10%, Class B should result in avoided costs.